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ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



American Historical Association 



FOR 



THE YEAR 1923 



SUPPLEMENT 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY, 1923 

COMPILED BY GRACE GARDNER GRIFFIN 




WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1926 



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WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY, 1923 



A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF BOOKS AND ARTICLES ON UNITED STATES AND 

CANADIAN HISTORY PUBLISHED DURING THE YEAR 1923, WITH 

SOME MEMORANDA ON OTHER PORTIONS OF AMERICA 



COMPILED BY 

GRACE GARDNER GRIFFIN 



III 



PREFACE 



The annual bibliography which follows is the eightoenth number 
of a continuous series opening with 1906, A volume entitled Writings 
on American History, 1902, prepared by Prof. Ernest C. Richardson, 
librarian of Princeton University, and Mr. Anson Ely Morse, was 
published at Princeton in 1904. A volume upon a plan more like 
the present, Writings on American History, 1903, prepared by Prof. 
Andrew C. McLaughlin, Mr. William A.\Slade, and Mr. Ernest D. 
Lewis, under the auspices of the Carnegie Institution of Washington, 
was published by that institution at Washington in 1905. After 
an interval followed the series Writings on American History, 1906, 

1907, and 190S, prepared by Miss Grace Gardner Grifhn, and pub- 
lished by Macmillan Company (New York, 1908, 190(>, 1910). 

Independent publication ceased for a time with the volume for 

1908, Beginning with the volume for 1909, though the preparation 
of the material continued to be provided for by subscription, the 
printing and publication of the annual bibliography was assumed by 
the American Historical Association. In its Annual Reports for 

1909, 1910, 1911, bibliographies of the material published in those 
years were included. The Yale University Press, with much public 
spirit, took up at this point the publication of the series, and issued 
as independent volumes the bibliographies for 1912, 1913, 1914, 1915, 
1916, and 1917. Publication by that concern having ended, the 
plan of incorporating this annual survey in the Annual Reports was 
resumed, and the bibliographies for 1918, 1919, 1920, 1921, and 1922 
were incorporated, as supplementary volumes, in the Annual Reports 
for those 3^ears. . A similar procedure is followed witn this bibliography 
for 1923. 

To those who desire to have nearly complete sets of the volumes 
hitherto published, it may be useful to know that the volume for 
1902 can still be obtained from the library of Princeton University, 
that for 1903 from the Carnegie Institution of Washington, while 
those for 1906, 1907, 1908 (independent volumes), and bound ''sepa- 
rates" of those for 1910 and 1911, and the volumes for 1918, 1919, 
1920, 1921, and 1922 can be obtained from the secretary of the 
American Historical Association. 

The ensuing pages have been prepared upon the same system as the 
preceding volumes. The intention of the compiler has been to 
include all books and articles, however brief, which contain anything 
of value to the history of the United States and of British North 
America. With respect to the regions lying south of the continental 
United States, however, and to the Pacific Islands, the intention 
has been to include all writings on the history of these regions pub- 
lished in the United States or Europe; but the product (not relating 
to the United States) of South America and other south v\'ard regions 
has been left to their own biblioo:raphers. New editions of books, 
if they contain no new material, have not been noticed. When no 
other date of publication is given, the date is 1923. The annotations 



VI PREFACE 

have been confined to explanations of titles which seem to need 
explanation: or analyses of contents (in many cases taken from the 
catalogue cards of the Library of Congress), when analyses seemed 
requisite; or mention of critical appraisals in a few journals whose 
criticisms have value. 

A topical arrangement has been followed. As a rule, the books and 
articles in any division are arranged alphabetically by the authors' 
names. In a few cases another arrangement appeared to be more 
helpful; in the case of biography and genealogy the subject of the 
book or article determines the alphabetical arrangement. 

In the compilation of the material, performed at the Library of 
Congress, Miss Griffin has had most obliging assistance from Mr. 
Appleton P. C. Griffin, Chief Assistant Librarian, and the Librarian, 
Dr. Herbert Putnam, has kindly afforded her every facility for her 
work. 

Meanwhile the preparation of the manuscript, as distinguished from 
the printing and publication, has from 1906 to the present time been 
sustained by a group of subscribers consisting of various historical 
societies and individuals, the present list being the following: 

American Catholic Historical Association, American Historical 
Association, Chicago Historical Society, Colonial Society of Massa- 
chusetts, Florida Historical Society, Illinois State Historical Library, 
Iowa State Historical Society, Massachusetts Historical Society, 
Michigan Historical Commission, Minnesota State Historical Society, 
New York Historical Society, Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 
State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Mr. Charles Altschul, Mrs. 
Washington E. Connor, Prof. Henry W. Farnam, Mr. Edwin F. 
Greene, Mr. Albert Matthews, Mr. Stewart L. Mims, Mr. Henry 
C. Morris, Dr. Otto L. Schmidt, and Mr. John B. Stetson, jr. 

J. Franklin Jameson. 



CONTENTS 

Generalities: I*"K« 

Bibliography 1 

Indexes (cumulative) to serial publications 3 

Archives and manuscript collections 3 

Historiography, methodology, study, and teaching 5 

America in General: 
Aboriginal America — 

Antiquities 14 

Indians 17 

Mexico, Central America, West Indies, and South America 22 

Discovery and exploration 25 

United States: 

Description and travel 31 

Comprehensive 32 

Textbooks, outlines, etc 34 

Miscellaneous 36 

Colonial history to 1763 — 

General 36 

French and Indian War 37 

Regional colonial (arranged geographically) 38 

1763-1783— 

Sources and documents 50 

General 52 

Special 52 

Revolutionary societies 55 

Revolutionary officers and soldiers 55 

1783-1789 56 

- 1789-1829— 

General 56 

War of 1812 57 

1829-1861— 

General 58 

Mexican War 58 

Slavery 58 

1861-1865— 

General 59 

Regimental histories 64 

1865-1917— 

General 64 

Spanish- American War 65 

1917-1923— 

General 65 

World War 65 

Regional (local) history — 

General 69 

Alabama 73 

Alaska 73 

Arizona 74 

Arkansas 74 

California 74 

Colorado 76 

Connecticut 76 

Delaware 76 

District of Columbia 76 

Florida 77 

Georgia 78 

Idaho 78 

Illinois 78 

Indiana 80 

Iowa 82 

Kansas 83 

VII 



Vni CONTENTS 

United States — Continued. Page 

Regional (local) history — Continued 

Kentucky 84 

Louisiana 85 

Maine 85 

Maryland 86 

Massachusetts 87 

Michigan 90 

Minnesota 91 

Missouri 92 

Montana 93 

Nebraska 93 

Nevada 94 

New Hampshire 94 

New Jersey 95 

New Mexico 97 

New York 97 

North Carolina 100 

North Dakota 101 

Ohio 102 

Oklahoma 102 

Oregon 103 

Pennsylvania 103 

Rhode Island 106 

South Carolina 107 

South Dakota 108 

Tennessee 108 

Texas 108 

Utah 109 

Vermont 109 

Virginia 109 

Washington 111 

West Virginia 112 

Wisconsin 112 

Wyoming 114 

Biography — 

Comprehensive 116 

Individual (arranged alphabetically by subject) 117 

Genealogy — 

General 133 

Collected genealogy 133 

Individual families 134 

Regional genealogy, vital records, etc 141 

Military and naval history 147 

Politics, government, and law — 

Diplomatic history and foreign relations 149 

Monroe doctrine 151 

Constitutional history and law 152 

Politics 153 

Law 155 

National government and administration 156 

State and local government and administration 158 

Social and economic history — 

General 159 

Agriculture; forestry; land 159 

Commerce and industry 159 

Communication; transportation; public works 161 

Finance; money 162 

Labor 163 

Libraries; societies; institutions 163 

Life and manners 164 

Philanthropy and social welfare 164 

Population and race elements 165 

Printing and publishing 165 

Religious history — 

General 167 

Particular denominations 167 

Biography 172 



CONTENTS IX 

United States — Continued. 

Educational history — ^^8® 

General 175 

Regional 175 

Particular institutions 176 

Biography 178 

Fine arts — 

General 180 

Biography 181 

Literature — 

General 182 

Regional 183 

Biographical and critical 183 

Music 185 

Science 186 

British America: 

General 187 

Aboriginal period 189 

New France (1534-1760) 190 

British North America (1760-1867) 194 

Dominion of Canada (1867-1923) 196 

Regional history — 

Newfoundland 197 

Maritime Provinces 197 

Province of Quebec 198 

Province of Ontario 20 1 

Western Provinces and Territories 203 

Latin America: 

General 207 

Discovery and conquest (1492-1550) 207 

Colonial period (1550-1810) 207 

. Revolutionary period (1810-1830) 209 

Mexico 209 

Central America 210 

West Indies — 

General 211 

British West Indies 211 

Cuba 212 

Dutch West Indies 212 

French West Indies 212 

Haiti 212 

Porto Rico 212 

Santo Domingo 213 

Virgin Islands 213 

South America — 

General 213 

Argentine Republic 213 

Bolivia 213 

Brazil 214 

Chile 215 

Colombia 215 

Falkland Islands 215 

Guiana 215 

Paraguav 216 

Peru "1 217 

Venezuela 217 

Pacific Islands: 

Hawaiian Islands 218 

Philippine Islands 218 

Index 219 



PUBLISHERS REPRESENTED, WITH ABBREVIA- 

TIONS USED 

Alcan. Librairie F^lix Alcan, 108 boulevard Saint-Germain, Paris. 

Allyn. Allyn and Bacon, 50 Beacon st., Boston; HE. 36th st., N. Y. 

Am. bk. CO. American book company, 100 Washington Square, N. Y. : 330 E. 

22d St., Chicago. 
Appleton. D. Appleton and co., 29-35 W. 32d St., N. Y.; 25 Bedford st., W. 

C., London. 
Araluce. Casa editorial Araluce, Cortes, 392, Barcelona, Spain. 
Arnold. Edward Arnold and co., 41 and 43 Maddox st., W., London. 
Atlantic monthly press, 8 Arlington st., Boston. 
Badger. R. G. Badger (The Gorham press) 100 Charles st., Boston. 
Baedeker. G. D. Baedeker, Burgstr. 16, Essen, Germany. 
Behrend. Behrend und co., Linkstr. 23-24, Berlin. 
Bemporad. R. Bemporad e figlio, Florence, Italy. 
Bibliographisches Institut. Bibliographisches Institut Aktiengesellschaft, Taiib- 

schenweg 17, Leipzig, Germany. 
Boni. Boni and Liveright, 61 W. 48th st., N. Y. 
Brentano's. Brentano's, Fifth ave. at 27th st., N. Y. 
Brimmer. B. J. Brimmer co., 79 Myrtle st., Boston. 
Brockhaus. F. A. Brockhaus, Querstr. 16, Leipzig, Germany. 
Calpe. Editorial Calpe, Rios Rosas, 24, Madrid. 
Century. Century co., 353 Fourth ave., N. Y. 

Cervantes. Editorial Cervantes, Rambla de Cataluna, 72, Barcelona, Spain. 
Clarke. S. J. Clarke publishing co., 11 S. Despalins st., Chicago. 
Colin. Armand Cohn, 103 boulevard Saint-Michel, Paris. 
Cornhill pub. co. Cornhill publishing co., 687 Bolyston st., Boston. 
Crowell. T. C. Crowell co., 426-428 W. Broadway, N. Y. 
Delagrave. Librairie Delagrave, 15 rue Soufllot, Paris. 
Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt, Neckarstr. 121-123, Stuttgart, Germany. 
Dodd, Mead. Dodd, Mead and co.. Fourth ave. and 30th st., N. Y. 
Doran. George H. Doran co., 244 Madison ave., N. Y. 
Doubleday. Doubleday, Page and co.. Garden City, Long Island, N. Y. 
Duffield. Duffield and co., 211 E. 19th st., N. Y. 
Button. E. P. Button and co., 681 Fifth ave., N. Y. 
Editorial-America, Martin de los Heros, 83, Madrid. 
Educational pub. co. Educational publishing co., 234 Boylston st.; 221 Fourth 

ave., N. Y. 
Faxon. F. W. Faxon co., 83 St. Francis st., Boston. 
Flammarion. Ernest Flammarion, 26 rue Racine, Paris. 
Flanagan. A. Flanagan co., 521 South Laflin st., Chicago. 
Franckh'sche Verlagshandlung, W. Keller und co., Pfizerstr., 5, Stuttgart, 

Germany. 
Freytag. G. Freytag, Hospitalstr. 10, Leipzig, Germany. 
Funk and Wagnalls. Funk and Wagnalls co., 354-360 Fourth ave., N. Y.; 

14 Salisbury Square, E. C, London. 
Ginn. Ginn and co., 15 Ashburton Place, Boston; 70 Fifth ave., N. Y. 
Glomeau. Librairie Maurice Glomeau, 41 rue Pierre-Nicole, Paris. 
Gorham. E. S. Gorham, 11 W. 45th st., N. Y. 
Gov. print, oflf. Government printing office, Washington, B. C. 
Grafton. Grafton and co., 51 Great Russell st., W. C., London. 
Harcourt. Harcourt, Brace and co., 383 Madison ave., N. Y. 
Harper. Harper and brothers, 49 E. 33d st., N. Y.; 35 Great Russell st., 

W. C, London. 
Harrap. George G. Harrap and co., 39 and 41 Parker st., Kingsway, W. C, 

London. 
Heath. B. C. Heath and co., 50 Beacon st., Boston; 239 W. 39th st., N. Y. 
Hinds. Hinds, Hayden and Eldredge, 11-15 Union Square W., N. Y. 

XI 



XII PUBLISHERS REPRESENTED 

Hodder. Hodder and Stoughton, St. Paul's House, Warwick Square, E.^C., 

London. 
Holt. Henry Holt and co., 19 W. 44th st., N. Y. 
Horta. J. Horta, Gerona, 11, Barcelona, Spain. 
Houghton Mifflin. Houghton Mifflin co., 4 Park st., Boston; 16 E. 40th st., 

N. Y. 
Imprenta del Patronato de huerfanos de intendencia e intervencion militares, 

Caracas, 7, Madrid. 
Insel-Verlag, Kurzestr. 7, Leipzig, Germany. 
Jones. Marshall Jones and co., 212 Summer st., Boston. 
King. P. S. King and son, 2 and 4 Great Smith st., Victoria street, Westminster, 

S. W., London. 
Laird. L^ird and Lee, 1223-1227 S. Wabash ave., Chicago. 
Leroux. Editions Leroux, 28 rue Bonaparte, Paris. 

Lewis hist. pub. co. Lewis historical publishing co., 799 Broadway, N. Y. 
Lewis pub. co. Lewis publishing co., 180 N. Market st., Chicago. 
Libreria antiquaria, San Pablo, 41, Barcelona, Spain. 
Lippincott. J. B. Lippincott co.. East Washington Square, Phila.; 16 John 

St., Adelphi, W. C, London. 
Longmans. Longmans, Green and co., 55 Fifth ave., N. Y.; 38-41 Paternoster 

Row, E. C, London. 
McGraw-Hill. McGraw-Hill book co., 370 Seventh ave., N. Y.; 6 and 8 Bouverie 

st., E. C, London. 
Macmiilan. The Macmillan co., 64 Fifth ave., N. Y.; Macmillan and co., 

10-15 St. Martin's st., Leicester Square, W. C, London. 
Melrose. Andrew Melrose, 3 York st., Covent Garden, London. 
Meth. bk. concern. Methodist book concern, 150 Fifth ave., N. Y. 
Milford. Humphrey Milford, Oxford university press, Amen House 11 and 12, 

Warwick Square, E. C, London. 
Moravian pub. off. Moravian publication office, 32 Fetter Lane, London. 
Nijhoff. Martinus Nijhoff, The Hague, Holland. 
Noble. Noble and Noble, 76 Fifth ave., N. Y. 

Norman. Norman, Remington co., 308 North Charles st., Baltimore, Md. 
Nunez. Nunez y comp., S. Ram6n, 6, Barcelona, Spain. 
Olschki. Leo S. Olschki, Lungarno Acciaioli, 4, Florence, Italy. 
Oxford univ. press. Oxford university press, American branch, 35 W. 32d st., 

N. Y. See also Milford, Humphrey. 
Page. L. C. Page and Co., 53 Beacon st., Boston. 
Payot. Payot et cie., editeurs, 106 boulevard St. Germain, Paris. 
Perrin. Librairie academique Perrin et cie, 35 quai des Grands- Augustins, 

Paris. 
Perthes. Friedrich Andreas Perthes und co., Stuttgart, Germany. 
Presses universitaires de France, 49 boulevard Saint-Michel, Paris. 
Puevo. Imprenta de Juan Pueyo, Luna, 29, Madrid. 
Putnam. G. P. Putnam's sons, 2-6 W. 45th st., N. Y.; 24 Bedford st.. Strand, 

W. C, London. 
Reissner. Carl Reissner, Hochuferstr. 12, Dresden, Germany. 
Revell. Fleming H. Revell and co., 158 Fifth ave., N. Y.; 17 N. Wabash ave., 

Chicago. 
Roger. Roger et cie, Editeurs, 54 rue Jacob, Paris. 
Rousseau. Rousseau et cie., editeurs, 14 rue Soufflot, Paris. 
Sdez. Imprenta artistica Sdez hermanos, Monserrat, 7, Madrid. 
Schmidt. Heinrich Schmidt und Carl Glinther, Karlstr. 10, Leipzig, Germany. 
Scott. Scott, Foresman and co., 5 W. 19th st., N. Y.; 633 S. Wabash ave., 

Chicago. 
Scribner. Charles Scribner's sons, 597 Fifth ave., N. Y. 
Seix. Seix y Barral hermanos, S. Agustin, 17, Barcelona, Spain. 
Silver. Silver, Burdett and co., 41 Union Square, N. Y. 
Small. Small, Maynard and co., 41 Mt. Vernon st., Boston. 
Stokes. F. A. Stokes co., 443-449 Fourth ave., N. Y. 
Stratford. Stratford co., 234-240 Boylston st., Boston. 
Strecker. Strecker und Schroder, Johannester. 11a, Stuttgart, Germany. 
Tasso. Imprenta de la viuda de Luis Tasso, Arco del Teatro, 21 y 23, Barcelona, 

Spain. 
Teubner. B. G. Teubner, Postr. 3-5, Leipzig, Germany. 
Treves. Fratelli Treves, Rome, Italy. 



PUBLISHERS REPRESENTED XIII 

United Lutheran publication co., 9th and Sansom sts., Phila. 

Unwin. T. Fisher Unwin, 1 Adelphi Terrace, Strand, W. C, London. 

Vela.sco. Imprenta de R. Velasco, Marques de Santa Ana, 11, Madrid. 

"Vie universitaire." PJditions de la "Vie universitaire," 13 quai de Conti, 

Paris. 
Wagner. Harr Wagner pub. co., 239 Geary st., San Francisco, Cal. 
Waser. FratelH Waser e co., Genoa, Italy. 
Wasmuth. Ernst Wasmuth, Markgrafenstr. 31, Berlin. 
Wilson. H. W. Wilson co., 958-964 University ave., N. Y. 
Winston. John C. Winston co., 1006-1016 Arch st., Phila. 
Zarzuela. Tipografia Zarzuela, Alvarez Quintero, 72, Seville, Spain. 



LIST OF PERIODICALS, WITH ABBREVIATIONS 

USED 

Acad, inscrip. comptes rendus. Acad6mie des inscriptions et belles-lettres, 
comptes rendus, Paris. 

Acad. pol. sci. proc. Academy of political science in the city of New York, 
proceedings. 

Action frang. L'Action frangaise, Montreal, Can. 

Alfred univ. stud. Alfred university studies, Alfred, N. Y. 

Am. anthrop. American anthropologist, N. Y. 

Am. anthrop. assoc. mem. American anthropological association, memoirs, 
Menasha, Wis. 

Am. antiq. soc. proc. American antiquarian society, proceedings, Worcester, 
Mass. 

Am. bar assoc. jour. American bar association journal, Baltimore, Md. 

Am. Cath. hist. soc. rec. American Catholic historical society of Philadelphia, 
records. 

Am. Cath. quar. rev. American Catholic quarterly review, Phila. 

Am. church mo. American church monthly, N. Y. 

Am. econ. rev. American economic review, Princeton, N. J. 

Am. educ. American education, Albany, N. Y. 

Am. hist, assoc. rep. American historical association, annual report, Wash- 
ington. 

Am. hist. rev. American historical review, N. Y. 

Am. Irish hist. soc. jour. American Irish historical society, journal, N. Y. 

Am. jour, archaeol. American journal of archaeology. Concord, N. H. 

Am. jour, internat. law. American journal of international law, N. Y. 

Am. jour, physical anthrop. American journal of physical anthropology, Wash- 
ington. 

Am. jour. sci. American journal of science, New Haven, Conn. 

Am. jour, sociol. American journal of sociology, Chicago. 

Am. law rev. American law review, St. Louis, Mo. 

Am. lib. assoc. bul. American hbrarj^ association bulletin, Chicago. 

Am. mag. art. American magazine of art, N. Y. and Washington. 

Am, mus. nat. hist, anthrop. pap. American museum of natural history, anthro- 
pological papers, N. Y. 

Am. phil. soc. proc. American philosophical society, proceedings, Phila. 

Am. pol. sci. rev. American political science review, Baltimore, Md. 

Am. Scandinavian rev. American Scandinavian review, N. Y. 

Am. scenic and hist, preservation soc. rep. American scenic and historic preser- 
vation society, annual report, Albany, N. Y. 

Am. soc. church hist. pap. American society of church history, papers, N. Y. 

Am. statistical assoc. pub. American statistical association, quarterly publica- 
tions. Concord, N. H. 

Americana. Americana, American historical society, N. Y. 

Ann. Am. acad. pol. sci. Annals of the American academy of political and social 
science, Phila. 

Ann. geog. Annales de g^ographie, Paris. 

Ann. Iowa. Annals of Iowa, Des Moines, la. 

Ann. med. hist. Annals of medical history, N. Y. 

Ann. r6volutionnaires. Annales revolutionnaires, Besangon, France. 

Anthropologie. L'Anthropologie, Paris. 

Anthropos. Anthropos, St. Gabriel-Modling, bei Wien, Vienna, Austria. 

Appalachia. Appalachia, Boston. 

Arch, ibero-am. Archivo ibero-americano, Madrid. 

Arch. rec. Architectural record, N. Y. 

Arrow points. Arrow points, Montgomery, Ala. 

Art and archaeol. Art and archaeology, Washington. 

Art in America. Art in America, N. Y. 

Arts and decoration. Arts and decoration, N. Y. 

Atlantic. Atlantic monthly, Boston, 

XV 



XYI LIST OF PERIODICALS 

Baessler-Archiv. Baessler-Archiv; beitrage zur Volkerkunde, herausgegeben aus 

des Baessler-Instituts, Leipzig and Berlin. 
Bib. rev. Biblical review, Albany, N. Y. 
Bib. sacra. Bibliotheca sacra, Oberlin, O. 

Bibliog. soc. Am. pap. Bibliographical society of America, papers, Chicago. 
Bibliotheque de I'Ecole des chartes. Biblioth^que de I'ficole des chartes; revue 

d'erudition, Paris. 
Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde van Nederlandsch-Indie, The 

Hague, Holland. 
Blackwood's. Blackwood's magazine, Edinburgh. 
Bookman. Bookman, N. Y. 

Boston pub. lib. bul. Public library of the city of Boston, bulletin. 
Boston univ. law rev. Boston university law review, Boston. 
Bostonian soc. proc. Bostonian society, proceedings, Boston. 
Brookline hist. soc. proc. Brookline historical society, proceedings, Brookline, 

Mass. 
Brookline hist. soc. pub. Brookline historical society, publication, Brookline, 

Mass. 
Bufifalo hist. soc. pub. Buffalo historical society, publications, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Bul. hisp. Bulletin hispanique; paraissant ... sous la direction des Universites 

de Bordeaux et de Toulouse, Bordeaux, France. 
Bul. of bibliog. Bulletin of bibliography, Boston. 

Bul. recherches hist. Bulletin des recherches historiques, Beauceville, Que. 
Burton hist. coll. leaflet. Burton historical collection leaflet, Detroit, Mich. 
Cal. hist. soc. quar. Cahfornia historical society, quarterly, San Francisco, Cal. 
Cal. law rev. California law review. University of California, Berkeley, Cal. 
Cal. univ. chron. University of California chronicle, Berkeley, Cal. 
Cal. univ. pub. Am. archaeol. University of California publications, American 

archaeology and ethnology, Berkeley, Cal. 
Cal. univ. pub. in hist. University of California publications in history, Berkeley, 

Cal. 
Camden co. hist. soc. pap. Camden countv historical society [papers] Camden, 

N. J. 
Canad. bankers' assoc. jour. Canadian bankers' association, journal, Toronto, 

Can. 
Canad. bar rev. Canadian bar review, Toronto. 
Canad. hist. rev. Canadian historical review. University of Toronto, Toronto, 

Can. 
Canad. mag. Canadian magazine, Toronto, Can. 
Canada frang. Le Canada frangais, Quebec, Can. 
Canada law jour. Canada law journal, Toronto, Can. 
Carnegie inst. pub. Carnegie institution of Washington, publication, Washington, 

D. C. 
Carnet de la Sabretache. Carnet de la Sabretache; pub. by the Soci^t^ ''La 

Sabretache," Paris. 
Cath. educ. rev. Catholic educational review, Washington. 
Cath. hist. rev. Catholic historical review, Washington. 
Cath. world. Catholic world, N. Y. 
Cavalry jour. Cavalry journal, Washington. 
Central 111. hist. soc. pub. Central Illinois historical society, publications, 

Bloomington, 111. 
Central law jour. Central law journal, St. Louis, Mo. 
Centro estud. Am. Sevilla bol. Centro de estudios Americanistas de Sevilla, 

boletfn, Seville, Spain. 
Century. Century magazine, N. Y. 

Champlain soc. pub. Champlain society, publications, Toronto, Can. 
Chicago hist. soc. bul. Chicago historical society bulletin, Chicago. 
Chicago univ. rec. University record (University of Chicago), Chicago. 
Chron. Oklahoma. Chronicles of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, Okla. 
Ciudad de Dios. La Ciudad de Dios, Madrid. 
Coast artillery jour. Coast artillery journal. Fort Monroe, Va. 
Col. soc. Mass. pub. Colonial society of Massachusetts, publications, Boston. 
Colorado hist. soc. bul. State historical and natural history society of Colorado, 

bulletin, Denver, Col. 
Colorado mag. Colorado magazine, Denver, Col. 

Columbia hist. soc. rec. Columbia historical society, records, Washington. 
Columbia law rev. Columbia law review, N. Y. 



LIST OF PERIODICALS XVII 

Columbia univ. stud. Columbia university studies in history, economics, and 

public law, N. Y. 
Confed. vet. Confederate veteran, Nashville, Tenn. 
Congregational hist. soc. trans. Congregational historical society, transactions, 

London. 
Conn. acad. arts and sci. trans. Connecticut academy of arts and sciences, 

transactions, New Haven, Conn. 
Conn. hist. soc. coll. Connecticut historical society, collections, Hartford, 

Conn. 
Conn, state lib. bul. Connecticut state library, bulletin, Hartford, Conn. 
Const, rev. Constitutional review, Washington. 
Contemp. rev. Contemporary review, London. 
Cornell law quar. Cornell law quarterly, Ithaca, N. Y. 
Cornhill mag. Cornhill magazine, London. 
Corresp. Correspondant, Paris. 
Cultura hispano-americana. Cultura hispano-americana; organ del Centro de 

cultura hispano-americana, Madrid. 
Current opinion. Current opinion, N. Y. 

D. A. R, mag. Daughters of the American revolution magazine, Washington. 
D. A. R. rep. National society of the Daughters of the American revolution, 

annual report, Washington. 
Dalhousie rev. Dalhousie review, Halifax, Nova Scotia. 
Danvers hist. soc. coll. Danvers historical society, historical collections, Danvers 

IVIass 
Dial. The Dial, Chicago. 

Discovery. Discovery, a monthly popular journal of knowledge, London. 
Dutchess CO. hist. soc. coll. Dutchess county historical society, collections, 

Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 
Dutchess CO. hist. soc. yr. bk. Dutchess county historical society, year book, 

Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 
Eccles. rev. Ecclesiastical review, Phila. 
Echo du Mexique. L'Echo du Mexique, Paris. 
Econ. jour. Economic journal, London. 
Economica. Economica, London. 
Edinburgh rev. Edinburgh review, Edinburgh. 

Educ. rec. Quebec. Educational record of the Province of Quebec, Quebec, Can. 
Educ. rev. Educational review, N. Y. 
Education. Education, Boston. 

Element, school jour. Elementary school journal, Chicago. 
Emp. rev. Empire review, London. 
Eng. hist. rev. English historical review, London. 
Espana y Am^r. Espana y America, Madrid. 

Essex inst. hist. coll. Essex institute historical collections, Salem, Mass. 
Etudes, fitudes, Paris. 
Explorers jour. Explorers journal, N. Y. 

Fauquier hist, soc. bul. Fauquier historical society, bulletin, Warrenton, Va. 
Field artillery jour. Field artillery journal, Washington. 
Filson club pub. Filson club publications, Louisville, Ky. 
Florida hist. soc. pub. Florida historical society, publications, Deland, Fla. 
Foreign affairs. Foreign affairs, N. Y. 
Fortn. rev. Fortnightly review, London and N. Y. 
France-Amerique. France-Am^rique, Comity France-Amerique, Paris. 
France-Etats-Unis. France-fitats-Unis, Comity France-Amerique, Paris. 
Friends' hist. soc. bul. Friends' historical society of Philadelphia, bulletin. 
Friends' hist. soc. jour. Friends' historical society, journal, London. 
Gra. hist. quar. Georgia historical quarterly, Savannah, Ga. 
Gla. univ. bul. University of Georgia, bulletin, Athens, Ga. 
Greneal. Genealogist, London. 
3eog. jour. Geographical journal, London, 
^eog. rev. Geographical review, N. Y. 
Greog. teacher. Geographical teacher, London. 
Gleog. Zeits. Geographische Zeitschrift, Leipzig, Germany. 
G^eographie. Geographie, Paris. 
Resells. Erdkunde Berlin Zeits. Zeitschrift der Gesellschaft fiir Erdkunde zu 

Berlin, 
j^rande rev. Grande revue, Paris, 
jranite mo. Granite monthly, Concord, N. H. 

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Grizzly Bear. Grizzly Bear; a monthly magazine devoted to all California, Los 

Angeles, Cal. 
Harper's. Harper's monthly magazine, N. Y. 

Harv. grad. mag. Harvard graduates' magazine, Cambridge, Mass. 
Harv. law rev. Harvard law review, Cambridge, Mass. 
Harv. theol. rev. Harvard theological review, Cambridge, Mass. 
Hawaiian hist. soc. rep. Hawaiian historical society, annual report, Honolulu, 

H. I. 
Herkimer co. hist. soc. pap. Herkimer county historical society, papers, Herki- 
mer, N. Y. 
Hibbert jour. Hibbert journal, London. 
Hist. Jahrbuch. Historisches Jahrbuch, Munich, Germany. 
Hist, outlook. Historical outlook, Phila. 
History. History, London. 

Holland soc. yr. bk. Holland society of New York, yearbook, N. Y. 
House beautiful. House beautiful, Chicago. 

Hug. soc. S. C. trans. Huguenot society of South Carolina, transactions, Charles- 
ton, S. C. 
la. jour. hist. Iowa journal of history and politics, Iowa City, la. 
la. law bul. Iowa law bulletin, Iowa City, la. 
111. Cath. hist. rev. Illinois Catholic historical review, Chicago. 
111. hist. lib. pub. Illinois state historical library, publication, Springfield, 111. 
111. hist. soc. jour. Illinois state historical society, journal, Springfield, 111. 
111. hist. soc. trans. Illinois state historical society, transactions, Springfield, 111. 
111. law quar. Illinois law quarterly, Urbana, 111. 
111. law rev. Illinois law review, Chicago. 
Ind. acad. sci. proc. Indiana academy of science, proceedings, Indianapolis, 

Ind. 
Ind. biog. ser. Indiana biographical series, Indiana historical commission, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
Ind. Mst. coll. Indiana historical collections, Indianapolis, Ind. 
Ind. hist. com. bul. Indiana historical commission, bulletin, Indianapolis, Ind. 
Ind. hist. soc. pub. Indiana historical society, publications, Indianapolis, Ind. 
Ind. mag. hist. Indiana magazine of history, Bloomington, Ind. 
Ind. univ. stud. Indiana university studies, Bloomington, Ind. 
Indep. Independent, N. Y. 
Index to legal period, and Law lib. jour. Index to legal periodicals and Law 

library journal, N. Y. 
Infantry jour. Infantry journal, Washington. 

Inst. hist, research bul. Institute of historical research, bulletin, London. 
Inter-America. Inter-America, N. Y. 

Ipswich hist. soc. pub. Ipswich historical society, publications, Ipswich, Mass. 
Italia-e-Messico. Italia-e-Messico, Rome, Italy. 
James Sprunt hist. pub. James Sprunt historical publications, Chapel Hill, 

N. C. 
Johns Hopkins alumni mag. Johns Hopkins alumni magazine, Baltimore, Md. 
Johns Hopkins univ. stud. Johns Hopkins university studies in historical and 

political science, Baltimore, Md. 
Jour. Am. folklore. Journal of American folklore, N. Y. 

Jour. Am. hist. Journal of American history, National historical society, N. Y. 
Jour. comp. legis. and internat. law. Journal of comparative legislation and 

international law, London. 
Jour. educ. research. Journal of educational research, Bloomington, 111. 
Jour. geog. Journal of geography, Chicago. 
Jour. hist. Journal of history; pub. by the Reorganized church of Jesus Christ 

of Latter day saints. Independence, Mo. 
Jour, negro hist. Journal of negro history, Washington. 
Jour. pol. econ. Journal of political economy, Chicago. 
Jour, religion. Journal of religion, Chicago. 
Jour, savants. Journal des savants, Paris. 

Jour. U. S. artillery. Journal of the United States artillery. Fort Monroe, Va. 
Kansas hist. soc. coll. Kansas state historical society, collections, Topeka, Kans. 
Kennebec hist. soc. brochures. Kennebec historical society, brochures, Augusta, 

Me. 
Kingston hist. soc. rep. Kingston historical society, reports and proceedings, 

Kingston, Ont. 
Kittochtinny hist. soc. pap. Kittochtinny historical society, papers read before, 

Chambersburg, Pa. 



LIST OF PERIODICALS XIX 

Ky. hist. soc. reg. Kentucky historical society, register, Frankfort, Ky. 
Ky. law jour. Kentucky law journal, Lexington, Ky. 
La. hist. quar. Louisiana historical quarterly, New Orleans, La. 
Lancaster co. hist. soc. pap. Lancaster county historical society, papers, Lan- 
caster, Pa. 
Landmark. Landmark; the monthly magazine of the English-speaking union, 

London. 
Law lib. jour. See Index to legal periodicals. 
Law quar. rev. Law quarterly review, London. 
Lawyer and banker. Lawyer and banker. New Orleans, La. 
Lib. jour. Library journal, N. Y. 
Lit. digest internat. book rev. Literary digest international book review, N. Y. 

and London. 
Living age. Living age, Boston. 
Luth. ch. rev. Lutheran church review, Phila. 
Luth. quar. Lutheran quarterly, Gettysburg, Pa. 
Lycoming hist. soc. proc. Lycoming historical society, proceedings and papers, 

Williamsburg, Pa. 
Man. Man; a monthly record of anthropological science, London, 
Marine corps gazette. Marine corps gazette, N. Y. 
Marquette law rev. Marquette law review, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Mass. hist. soc. coll. Massachusetts historical society, collections,JBoston. 
Mass. hist. soc. proc. Massachusetts historical society, proceedings, Boston. 
Mass. law quar. Massachusetts law quarterly, Boston. 
Mayfl. desc. Mayflower descendant, Boston. 
Mazama. Mazama; a record of mountaineering in the Pacific Northwest, 

Portland, Ore. 
Md. hist. mag. Maryland historical magazine, Baltimore, Md. 
Medford hist. reg. Medford historical register, Medford, Mass. 
Mentor.- Mentor, N. Y. 

Mercure de France. Mercure de France, Paris. 
Meth. quar. rev. Methodist quarterly review, Nashville, Tenn. 
Meth. rev. Methodist review, N. Y. and Cincinnati. 
Mich. acad. sci. pap. Michigan academy of science, arts and letters, papers, 

Ann Arbor, Mich. 
Mich. hist. mag. Michigan history magazine, Lansing, Mich. 
Mich, law rev. Michigan law review, Ann Arbor, Mich. 
Mil. engineer. Military engineer, Washington. 
Mil. surgeon. Military surgeon, Washington. 
Minn. hist. bul. Minnesota history bulletin, Saint Paul, Minn. 
Minn, law rev. Minnesota law review, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Miss. Valley hist, assoc. proc. Mississippi Valley historical association, pro- 
ceedings, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 
Miss. Vallej'- hist. rev. Mississippi Valley historical review. Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 
Mo. hist. rev. Missouri historical review, Columbia, Mo. 
Mo. hist. soc. coll. Missouri historical society, collections, St. Louis, Mo. 
Mont. hist. soc. contrib. Montana historical society, contributions, Helena, 

Mont. 
Moravian hist. soc. trans. Moravian historical society, transactions, Bethlehem, 

Pa. 
Museum work. Museum work, pub. by the American association of museums, 

Washington. 
Musical quar. Musical quarterly, N. Y. 
N. C. booklet. North Carolina booklet, Raleigh, N. C. 
N. C. hist. com. pub. North Carolina historical commission, pubHcations, 

Raleigh, N. C. 
N. C. law rev. North Carolina law review, Chapel Hill, N. C. 
N. J. hist. soc. proc. New Jersey historical society, proceedings, Newark, N. J. 
N. J. law jour. New Jersey law journal, Plainfield, N. J. 
N. J. soc. Pa. yr. bk. New Jerse}^ society of Penns3dvania, year book, Phila. 
N. Y. geneal. and biog. rec. New York genealogical and biographical record, 

N. Y. 
N. Y. geneal. and biog. soc. coll. New York genealogical and biographical 

society, collections, N. Y. 
N. Y. hist. soc. bul. New York historical society, quarterly bulletin, N. Y. 
N. Y. hist. soc. coll. New York historical society, collections, N. Y. 
N. Y. law rev. New York law review, N. Y. 
N. Y. libraries. New York Ubraries, Albany, N. Y. 



XX LIST OF PERIODICALS 

N. Y. pub. lib. biiL New York public library bulletin, N. Y. 

N. Y. state hist, assoc. jour. Quarterly journal of the New York state historical 

association, Albany, N. Y. 
N. Y. state mus. bul.' New York state museum. Museum bulletin, Albany, N. Y. 
Nantucket hist, assoc. proc. Nantucket historical association, proceedings, 

Nantucket, Mass. 
Nation. Nation, N. Y. 

Nation, acad. sci. proc. National academy of sciences, proceedings, Washington. 
Nation, educ. assoc. jour. National education association of the United States, 

journal, Washington. 
Nation, geneal. soc. quar. National genealogical society, quarterly, Washington. 
JS'ation. geog. mag. National geographic magazine, Washington. 
Nation, rev. National review, London. 
Natural hist. Natural history; journal of the American museum of natural 

history, N. Y. 
Naval hist. soc. ann. Naval history society, annual, N. Y. 
Navorscher. De Navorscher, Amsterdam, Holland. 
Neb. hist. Nebraska history and record of pioneer days, Lincoln, Neb. 
Nederlandsch arch. v. kerkgeschiedenis. Nederlandsch archief voor kerkge- 

schiedenis. The Hague, Holland. 
New-Church rev. New-Church review, Boston. 
New Eng. hist, and geneal. reg. New England historical and genealogical 

register, Boston. 
New Eng. soc. anniv. celeb. New England society in the city of New York, 

anniversary celebration, N. Y. 
New Haven geneal. mag. New Haven genealogical magazine, New Haven, 

Conn. 
New Mex. hist. soc. pub. Historical society of New Mexico, publications, 

N. Mex. 
New republic. New republic, N. Y. 
Newman quar. Newman quarterly, Phila. 

Newport hist. soc. bul. Newport historical society, bulletin, Newport, R. I. 
Niagara hist. soc. pub. Niagara historical society, publications, Niagara, Ont. 
19th cent. Nineteenth century and after, London and N. Y. 
No. Am. rev. North American review, N. Y. 
No. Dak. hist. soc. coll. State historical society of North Dakota, collections, 

Grand Forks, No. Dak. 
Norsk-Amerikaneren. Norsk- Amerikaneren; historisk magasin, Seattle, Wash. 
Nouv. rev. Nouvelle revue, Paris. 
Nuestro tiempo. Nuestro tiempo, Madrid. 

Nuova antologia. Nuova antologia di lettere, scienze ed arti, Rome, Italy. 
Ohio archaeol. and hist. quar. Ohio archaeological and historical quarterly, 

Columbus, O. 
Ohio educ. mo. Ohio educational monthly, Columbus, O. 
Ohio hist, and phil. soc. pub. Historical and philosophical society of Ohio, 

quarterly publication, Cincinnati, O. 
Ohio hist, teach, jour. Ohio history teachers' journal, Columbus, O. 
Old-time New England. Old-time New England, Boston. 

Ont. hist. soc. pap. Ontario historical society, papers and records, Toronto, Can. 
Ore. hist. soc. quar. Oregon historical society, quarterly, Portland, Ore. 
Ore. law rev. Oregon law review, Eugene, Ore. 
Outlook. Outlook, N. Y. 

Overland. Overland monthly, San Francisco, Cal. 

Pa. geneal. soc. pub. Genealogical society of Pennsylvania, publications, Phila. 
Pa. Germ. soc. proc. Pennsylvania German society, proceedings and addresses, 

Lancaster, Pa. 
Pa. mag. hist. Pennsylvania magazine of history and biography, Phila. 
Pa. soc. col. gov. [pub.] Pennsylvania society of colonial governors [publica- 
tion] Phila. 
Pa. soc. yr. bk. Pennsylvania society, yearbook, N. Y. 
Pacific rev. Pacific review, Seattle, Wash. 
Palacio. El Palacio, Santa Fe, N. Mex. 
Palimpsest. Palimpsest, Iowa City, la. 

Pan. Am. uni6n bol. Union panamericana, boletin de la, Washington. 
Pan. Am. union bul. Pan American union, bulletin, Washington. 
Pan-American mag. Pan-American magazine, N. Y. 
Peabody mus. Am. archaeol. pap. Peabody museum of American archaeology 

and ethnology, papers, Cambridge, Mass. 



LIST OF PERIODICALS XXl 

Pedagog. sem. Pedagogical seminary, Worcester, Mass. 

Personalist. Persoiialist, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Petcrmanns Mitteil. Petermanns Nlitteilungen, Gotha, Germany. 

Pliila. city hist. soc. pub. City historv society of Philadelphia [publications] 
Phila. 

Phila. geog. soc. bul. Geographical society of Philadelphia, bulletin, Phila. 

Phila. numismat. and antiq. soc. proc. Numismatic and antiquarian society of 
Philadelphia, proceedings, Phila. 

Pol. sci. quar. Political science quarterly, N. Y. 

Popular educ. Popular educator, I3oston. 

Presbyterian hist. soc. jour. Presbyterian historical society, journal, Phila. 

Princeton theol. rev. Princeton theological review, Princetc^n, N. J. 

Quar. jour. econ. Quarterly journal of economics, Cambridge, Mass. 

Quar. rev. Quarterly review, London. 

Queen's quar. Queen's quarterly, Queen's university, Kingston, Can. 

R. I. hist. soc. coll. Rhode Island historical society collections. Providence, R. L 

Raza espafi. Raza espanola; revista de Espana y America, Madrid. 

Raz6n y fe. Razon y fe, Madrid. 

Real acad. hist. bol. Real academia de la historia, boletfn, Madrid. 

Real soc. geog, bol. Real sociedad geogrdfica, boletfn, Madrid, 

Reformed ch. rev. Reformed church review, Lancaster, Pa. 

Rev. Amerique latine. Revue de I'Am^rique latine, Paris. 

Rev. and expositor. Review and expositor; a Baptist theological quarterly, 
Louisville, Ky. 

Rev. anthrop. Revue anthropologique, Paris. 

Rev. arch6ol. Revue archeologique, Paris. 

Rev. archives. Revista de archivos, bibliotecas y museos, Madrid. 

Rev. Calasancia. Revista Calasancia, Madrid. 

Rev. canad. Revue canadienne, Montreal, Can. 

Rev. deux mondcs. Revue des deux mondes, Paris. 

Rev. droit internat. Revue de droit international et de legislation comparee, 
Brussels, Belgium. 

Rev. etudes hist. Revue des 6tudes hfstoriques, Paris. 

Rev. filol. espaii. Revista de filologia espanola, Madrid. 

Rev. gen. Revue gencrale, Brussels, Belgium. 

Rev. gen. droit internat. Revue generale de droit international public, Paris. 

Rev, Gendve. Revue de Geneve, Geneva, Switzerland. 

Rev. geog. col. y mere. Revista de geograffa colonial y mercantil, Madrid. 

Rev. geog. commerciale. Revue de geographic commerciale, Bordeaux, France. 

Rev. hebdomadaire. Revue hebdomadaire, Paris. 

Rev. hist. Revue historique, Paris. 

Rev. hist, colonies frang. Revue de I'histoire des colonies frangaises, Paris. 

Rev. hist. dipl. Revue d'histoire diplomatique, Paris. 

Rev. maritime. Revue maritime, Paris. 

Rev. of rev. Review of reviews, N. Y. 

Rev. Paris. Revue de Paris, Paris. 

Rev. pol. et lit. Revue politique et litteraire, Paris, 

Rev. pol, et pari. Revue politique et parlementaire, Paris, 

Rev, questions hist. Revue des questions historiques, Paris. 

Rev. sci. pol. Revue des sciences politiques, Paris, 

Rev, synthese hist. Revue de synthese historique, Paris. 

Rev, trimestrielle canad. Revue trimestrielle canadienne, Montreal, Can. 

Riv, geog. ital, Rivista geografica italiana e Bollettino della societa di studi 
geografici e coloniali in Firenze, Florence, Italy. 

Riv, marit. Rivista marittima, Rome, 

Rochester hist. soc. pub, Rochester historical societv, publications, Rochester, 
N. Y, 

Royal anthrop. inst. jour. Royal anthropological institute of Great Britain and 
Ireland, journal, London. 

Royal Canad, inst, trans. Royal Canadian institute, transactions, Toronto, 
Can, 

Royal hist, soc. trans. Royal historical society, transactions, London. 

Royal soc. Canad. proc. Royal society of Canada, proceedings and transac- 
tions, Ottawa, Can. 

Royal unit. ser. inst. jour. Royal united service institution, journal, London. 

S. C. hist, mag. South Carolina historical and genealogical magazine, Charles- 
ton, S, C, 



XXII LIST OF PERIODICALS 

S. R. Va. qiiar. mag. Sons of the Revolution in the state of Virginia, quarterly 
magazine, Richmond, Va. 

Scandinavian stud, and notes. Scandinavian studies and notes, Menasha, Wis. 

School and home educ. School and home education, Bloomington, 111. 

School and soc. School and society, N. Y. 

School rev. School review, Chicago. 

Science. Science, N. Y. 

Scientific mo. Scientific monthly, N. Y. 

Scottish geog. mag. Scottish geographical magazine, Edinburgh. 

Scottish hist. rev. Scottish historical review, Glasgow. 

Scribner's. Scribner's magazine, N. Y. 

Sewanee rev. Sewanee review, Sewanee, Tenn. 

Sierra club bul. Sierra club bulletin, San Francisco, Cal. 

Smith coll. stud, in hist. Smith college studies in history, Northampton, Mass. 

Smithsonian inst. rep. Smithsonian institution, annual report of the Board of 
regents, Washington. 

Smithsonian misc. coll. Smithsonian miscellaneous collections, Smithsonian 
institution, Washington. 

So. Atlan. quar. South Atlantic quarterly, Durham, N. C. 

So. Cal. hist. soc. pub. Historical society of Southern California, annual pub- 
lications, Los Angeles, Cal. 

So. hist. soc. pap. Southern historical society papers, Richmond, Va. 

So. workm. Southern workman, Hampton, Va. 

Soc. Amer. Paris jour. Societe des Americanistes de Paris, journal, Paris. 

Soc. anthrop. Paris bul. et mem. Societe d'anthropologie de Paris, bulletins et 
memoires, Paris. 

Soc. bretonne geog. bul. Societe bretonne de geographie, bulletin, Lorient, France. 

Soc. geog. Lima bol. Sociedad geogrdfica de Lima, boletin, Lima, Peru. 

Soc. geog. Quebec bul. Societe de geographie de Quebec, bulletin, Quebec, Can. 

Soc. nation, agric, sci. et arts d'Angers m4m. Society nationale d'agriculture, 
sciences et arts d'Angers, memoires. Angers, France. 

Soc. roy. beige geog. bul. Society royale beige de geographie, bulletin, Brussels, 
Belgium. 

Soc. roy. geog. Anvers bul. Societe royale de geographie d'Anvers, bulletin, 
Anvers, Belgium. 

Southw. hist. quar. Southwestern historical quarterly, Austin, Tex. 

Southw. Ind. hist. soc. proc. Southwestern Indiana historical society, pro- 
ceedings, Evansville, Ind. 

Southw. pol. sci. quar. Southwestern political science quarterly, Austin, Tex. 

Sprague's jour. Maine hist. Sprague's journal of Maine history, Dover, Me. 

St. Louis Cath. hist. rev. St. Louis Catholic historical review, St. Louis, Mo. 

St. Louis law rev. St. Louis law review, St. Louis, Mo. 

Teachers coll. rec. Teachers college record, Columbia university, N. Y. 

Tenn. hist. mag. Tennessee historical magazine, Nashville, Tenn. 

Tenn. law rev. Tennessee law review, Knoxville, Tenn. 

Texas hist, teach, bul. Texas history teachers' bulletin, University of Texas, 
Austin, Tex. 

Texas law rev, Texas law review. University of Texas, Austin, Tex. 

Texas rev. Texas review, Austin, Tex. 

Thunder Bay hist. soc. rep. Thunder Bay historical society, annual report, 
Fort William, Ont. 

Tijdschrift v. gesch. Tijdschrift voor geschiedenis, Groningen, Holland. 

Tyler's quar. hist, and geneal. mag. Tyler's quarterly historical and genealogical 
magazine, Holdcroft, Charles City county, Va. 

U. S. bur. Am. ethnol. rep. U. S. Bureau of American ethnology, annual report, 
Washington. 

U. S. N. inst. proc. U. S. Naval institute proceedings, Annapolis, Md. 

U. S. Nation, mus. proc. United States National museum, proceedings, Wash- 
ington. 

Union co. hist. soc. proc. Union county historical society, proceedings, Ehza- 
beth, N. J. 

Unit, empire. United empire; the Royal colonial institute journal, London. 

Univ. of 111. bul. University of Illinois bulletin, Urbana, 111. 

Univ. of 111. stud, in soc. sci. University of Illinois studies in the social sciences, 
Urbana, 111. 

Univ. of Kans. bul. University of Kansas, bulletin, Lawrence, Kans. 

Univ. of No. Dak. quar. jour. Quarterly journal of the University of North 
Dakota, University, No. Dak. 



LIST OF PERIODICALS XXIH 

Univ. of Penn. law rev. University of Pennsylvania law review and American 

law register, Phila. 
Univ. of Penn. mus. jour. Universitv of Pennsylvania, The Museum journal, 

Phila. 
Univ. of S. C. bul. University of South Carolina, bulletin, Columbia, S. C. 
Univ. of Va. alumni bul. Alumni bulletin of the University of Virginia, Char- 
lottesville, Va. 
Utah geneal. and hist. mag. Utah genealogical and historical magazine, Salt 

Lake City, Utah. 
Va. jour. educ. Virginia journal of education, Richmond, Va. 
Va. law reg. Virginia law register, Charlottesville, Va. 
Va. law rev. Virginia law review. University, Va. 

Va. mag. hist. Virginia magazine of history and biography, Richmond, Va. 
Va. state lib. bul. Virginia state library, bulletin, Richmond, Va. 
Vineland hist. mag. Vineland historical magazine, Vineland, N. J. 
Wash. acad. sci. jour. Washington academy of sciences, journal, Washington, 

D. C. 
Wash. hist. quar. Washington historical quarterly, Seattle, Wash. 
Wash. univ. stud. Washington university studies, St. Louis, Mo. 
Waterloo hist. soc. rep. Waterloo historical society, annual report. Kitchener, 

Ont. 
Wayne co. hist. pub. Historical publications of Wayne county, Detroit, Mich. 
Weltwirtschaft. Arch. Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv, Jena, Germany. 
West-Ind. Gids. West-Indische Gids, The Hague, Holland. 
West Va. law quar. West Virginia law quarterly, Morgantown, W. Va. 
Western Pa. hist. mag. Western Pennsylvania historical magazine, Pittsburgh, 

Pa. 
Western Reserve hist. soc. pub. Western Reserve historical society, publication, 

Cleveland, O. 
Western Reserve univ. bul. Western Reserve university bulletin, Cleveland, O. 
Wis. archeol. Wisconsin archeologist, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Wis. hist. soc. proc. State historical society of Wisconsin, proceedings, Madison, 

Wis. 
Wis. law rev. Wisconsin law review, Madison, Wis. 
Wis. mag. Wisconsin magazine, Madison, Wis. 
Wis. mag. hist. Wisconsin magazine of history, Madison, Wis. 
Wm. and Mary quar. William and Mary college quarterly historical magazine, 

Williamsburg, Va. 
Women's Canad. hist. soc. Toronto trans. Women's Canadian historical society 

of Toronto, transactions, Toronto, Can. 
World's work. World's work, N. Y. 
Wy. commem. assoc. proc. Wyoming commemorative association, proceedings, 

Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 
Wy. hist, and geol. soc. proc. Wyoming historical and geological society, pro- 
ceedings and collections, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 
Yale law jour. Yale law journal. New Haven, Conn. 
Yale rev. Yale review. New Haven, Conn. 
Ymer. Ymer, tidskrift utgifven af Svenska sallskapet for antropologi och 

geografi, Stockholm, Sweden. 
York pioneer and hist. soc. rep. York pioneer and historical society, annual 

report, Toronto, Ont. 
Zeits. Ethnol. Zeitschrift ftir Ethnologie, Berlin. 



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tution, alphabetically arranged with index to items issued anonymously but 
listed under author's name, bibliographically, historically and sometimes 
sentimentally described by the owner, v. II (no. 501-1000). Metuchen, 
N. J.: Issued by the compiler. 112 p. [10 



Z AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Historical articles in Missouri newspapers [July 1921-Dec. 1922] Mo. hist, rev., 
XVII (Jan.-Apr.) 239-255, 405-416; XVIII (Oct.) 117-125. [11 

Cont. from v. XVI, 1922. 

Hughes, Robert M. Some notes on material relating to William and Mary college 
and its alumni, in the Southern literary messenger. Wm. and Mary quAR., 
2d ser., Ill (Apr.) 95-97. [12 

Kansas state historical society. A list of Kansas newspapers received by the 
Kansas state historical society, William E. Connelley, secretary, Topeka, 
Kansas. Topeka: Printed by Kansas state printing plant. 35 p. [13 

Kleiweg de Zwaan, J. P. Anthropologische Bibliographie van den Indischen 
Archipel en van Nederlandisch West-Indie. Mededeelingen van het Bureau 
voor de bestuurszaken der buitengewesten bewerkt door het Encyclopaedisch 
Bureau, vi, 473 p. (De Unie Batavia-Weltevreden, XXX) [14 

Klinge, Norma, and George-Anna Tod. The American negro; a selected list of 
books. [St. Louis] St. Louis public library. 14 p. [15 

Reprinted from the Monthly bulletin of the St. Louis public library, n. s., v. XX, no. 12, December, 
1922, p. 282-293. 

MacNair, Mary Wilson. A list of American doctoral dissertations printed in 1921. 
Washington: Gov. print, off. 252 p. (U. S. Library of Congress) [16 

History— America (Classes E-F): p. 127-131. 

Martin-Granizo, leon. Aportaciones bibliogrdficas; viajeros y viajes de espanoles, 
Portugueses e hispano-americanos. Rev. geog. col. y merc, XX (Aug., 
Sept., Nov.) 275-292, 305-326, 369-396. [17 

Contents.— A-K. 

Meyers, Charles Lee. Bibliography of colonial costume; compiled for the Society 
of colonial wars in the state of New Jersey. [N. Y.] 36 p. plates. [18 

Mudge, Isadore Gilbert. New guide to reference books. Based on the 3d edition 
of Guide to the study and use of reference books by Alice Bertha Kroeger as 
revised by I. G. Mudge. Chicago: American library association, x, 278p. [19 
History— United States: p. 193-196. 

Palau y Dulcet, Antonio. Manual del librero hispanoamericano. Inventario bibli- 
ogr^fico de la producci6n cientifica y literaria de Espana y de la America latina 
desde la invencion de la inaprenta hasta nuestros dias, con el valor comercial 
de todos los artlculos descritos. t. I. A-B. Barcelona: Lib. anticuaria. 
xxxix, 295 p. [20 

Paltsits, Victor Hugo. A hitherto unknown edition of the Jesuit Huron Relation 

of 1648-1649; a bibliographical description. N. Y. pub. lib. bul., XXVII 

(Aug.) 639-640. [21 

Describes a Dutch translation of Ragueneau's Relation of 1648-1649, printed at Antwerp in 1651, a 

copy of which has recently come to the New York public library. 

Readers' guide to periodical literature. Twenty-third annual cumulation. Au- 
thor and subject index to a selected list of periodicals. Edited by Elizabeth J. 
Sherwood, Bertha Joel and Dorothy Goodman. N. Y.: H. W. W'ilson co. vi, 
727 p. [22 

Rivet, Paul. Bibliographie am^ricaniste. Paris: Macon, Protat fr^res. 90 p. 

[23 

Reprinted from the Journal de la Soci6t6 des Amfericanistes de Paris, n. s. XV, 353-443. 
Bibliography of recent publications in the field of American anthropology, archaeology, ethnography, 
native languages, early history, and geography. 

Rockwood, Eleanor Ruth. Books on the Pacific northwest for small libraries. 
N. Y.: H. W. Wilson co. 55 p. [24 

Schalker, W. J. P. J., and W. C. MuUer. Repertorium op de literatuur betreffende 

de Nederlandsche Kolonien voor zoover zij verspreid is in tijdschriften, peri- 

odieken, serie- en mengelwerken. Vijfde vervolg (1916-1920), met naam- en 

zaakregisters. The Hague: Nijhoff. xii, 508 p. [25 

West-Indig: p. 42.5-444. 

Schmidt, Louis Bernard. Topical studies and references on the economic history 
of American agriculture. Rev. ed. Phila. : McKinley pub. co. 126 p. [26 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY, 1923 6 

Thomas, William S. American Revolutionary diaries, also journals, narratives, 

autobiographies, reminiscences and personal memoirs, catalogued and described 

with an index of places and events. N. Y. hist. soc. bul., VI (Jan.) 143-147; 

VII (Apr.-July) 28-35, 63-71. [27 

Cont. from v. VI, no. 3, Oct. 1922. 

TJ. S. Library of Congress. Report of the Librarian of Congress, for the fiscal 
year ending June 30, 1923. Washington: Gov. print, off. vi, 217 p. plate, 
diagrs. [28 

Herbert Putnam, Librarian of Congress. 

Contains a list of important purchases of Americana made during the year, and a summary of impor- 
tant acquisitions of manuscripts relating to American history. 

TJ. S. Office of Indian Affairs. Indian and pioneer stories suitable for children. 

[Washington?] 21 numbered leaves. (lis Bulletin 13 (1923)) [29 

Typc-writtcji copy. 
A bibliography. 

TJ. S. Superintendent of documents. Alaska; list of publications relating to 
above subject for sale by superintendent of documents, Washington, D. C. 
[7th ed.] [Washington: iGlov. print, off.] 22 p. (Price list G{>-7th ed.) [30 

TJ. S. Superintendent of documents. American history and biography; list of 
publications relating to above subjects for sale by superintendent of docu- 
ments, Washington, D. C. [10th ed.] [Washington: Gov. print, off.] 30 p. 
(Price list 50— lOtb ed.) [31 

TJ. S. Superintendent of documents. Foreign relations of the United States; 
list of publications relating to above subjects for sale by superintendent of 
documents, Washington, D. C. [6th ed.] [W^ashington: Gov. print, ofif.] 
35 p. (Price list 65— 6th ed.) [32 

TJ. S. Superintendent of documents. Geography and explorations, natural wonders, 
scenery and national parks; list of publications relating to above subjects for 
sale by superintendent of documents, Washington, D. C. [8th ed.] [Wash- 
ington: Gov. print, off.] 14 p. (Price list 35— 8th ed.) [33 

TJ. S. Superintendent of documents. Insular possessions (Philippines, Porto 
Rico, Hawaii, Guam, Samoa, Virgin Islands) and Cuba and Panama Canal; 
list of publications relating to above subjects for sale by superintendent of 
documents, Washington, D. C. [10th ed.] [Washington: Gov. print, off.] 
21 p. (Price list 32— 10th ed.) [34 

TJ. S. Superintendent of documents. Political science; documents and debates 
relating to initiative, referendum, IjTiching, elections, prohibition, woman 
suffrage, political parties, District of Columbia; list of publications relating 
to above subject for sale by superintendent of documents, Washington, D. 
C. [9th ed.] [Washington: Gov. print, off.] 29 p. (Price list 54— 9th ed.) [35 

Indexes (Cumulative) to Serial Publications 

American Catholic historical society. Records. Index to the Records of the 
American Catholic historical society. Volumes I-XXXI, 1886-1920. Phila.: 
American Catholic historical society [1923?] iii, 515 p. [36 

Johnson, Maud E. Genealogical-index to books, pamphlets, mss., etc., in the 
New Jersey historical society library. N. J. hist. soc. pkoc, n. s. VIII 
(Apr.) 81-123. [37 

Also published separately. 

Archives and Manuscript Collections 

Christian, George L. General Lee's headquarters records and papers — the present 
location of some of these. So. hist. soc. pap., n. s. VI (whole no. XLIV) 
229-231. [38 

Compafiia general de tabacos de FiUpinas. Colecci6n general de documentos 

relativos a las Islas Filipinas existentes en el Archivo de Indias de Se villa. 

t. V. (1524-1529). Barcelona [Imprenta de la viuda de Luis Tasso] xx, 349 

p. [89 

This is the concluding volume of the series. 



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Dart, Henry Plauche, ed. Index to the Spanish judicial records of Louisiana, 
I-IV [1769-1770] La. hist, quar., VI (Jan.-Oct.) 145-163, 311-340, 513- 
538, 633-714. [40 

leland, Waldo G. The Lesueur collection of American sketches in the Museum of 
natural history at Havre, Seine-Inf^rieure. Miss. Valley hist, rev., X 
(June) 53-78. [41 

A list of the 221 sketches included in the collection of American scenes drawn by Charles Alexandre 
Lesueur during a sojourn in the United States from 1816 to 1837, preceded by an introduction describing 
the circumstances under which the drawings were made, and an estimate of their value as pictorial 
historical documents, particularly for the history of the frontier regions along the Ohio and Mississippi 
rivers. 

Lesley, Lewis Burt-King. California and Pacific coast history materials. 
Grizzly Bear, XXXIV (Nov.) 8-9. [42 

A report on the materials for California and Pacific coast history, during the period of British interest, 
just before the American conquest, to be found in London archives. • 

Library of Congress. Report of the Librarian of Congress, for the fiscal year 
ending June 30, 1923. Washington: Gov. print, off. vi, 217 p. plate, 
diagrs. [43 

Herbert Putnam, Librarian of Congress. 

Contains a summary of important acquisitions of manuscripts relating to American history. 

Library of Congress. Division of manuscripts. Accessions of manuscripts, 
broadsides and British transcripts, 1922. January-December. Washington: 
Gov. print, off.. Library branch. 44 p. [43a 

Prefatory note signed: J. C. Fitzpatrick, assistant chief. Manuscript division. 

List of transcripts from manuscripts in the Public record office and in the Library of the Society for 
the propagation of the gospel in foreign parts, London: p. 41-44. 

Means, Philip Ainsworth. Some comments on the inedited manuscriot of Poma 
de Ayala. Am. anthrop., n. s. XXV (July) 397-405. ^ [44 

study of the manuscript chronicle of early Peru by Felipe Guaman Poma de Ayala, which belongs 
to the Royal library, Copenhagen. 

Mereness, Newton D. Historical material in Washington of value to the state. 
Miss. Valley hist, rev., X (June) 47-53. [45 

Reviews briefly the source material for the history of the states which is to be found in the government 
archives at Washington. 

Nichols, Charles Lemuel. Papers of William Livingston. Mass. hist. soc. 
PROC, LV, 225-228. [46 

Describes the collection of letters, writings and papers of William Livingston, governor of New Jersey, 
1776-1790, recently secured for the Massachusetts historical society. 

Paltsits, Victor Hugo. A notable gift of two American manuscripts. N. Y. pub. 
lib. bul., XXVII (Apr.) 255-257. [47 

Describes two manuscripts recently presented to the New York public library by Edward S. Hark- 
ness, esq. They are (1) Original deed of the patroonship of Rensselaerswyck, August 13, 1630; (2) 
Particular discourse on western discoveries, by Richard Hakluyt, 1584, 

Quebec (Province) Archives. Rapport de I'archiviste de la Province de Quebec 
pour 1922-1923. Par Pierre-Georges Roy. Quebec: L.-A. Proulx, imprimeur 
de sa majeste le Roi. xv, 467 p. [4& 

The documents in this volume are of the French period. 
Rev. in: Canad. hist, rev., V (June 1924) 165-166. 

Records of the Superior council of Louisiana, XVIII-XXI. La. hist, quar., 
VI (Jan.-Oct.) 114-144, 283-310, 482-512, 657-682. [49 

Consists of a calendar of the records of the Superior council, July 11, 1738 to Sept. 30, 1739. 

Rubio y Moreno, Luis. Archivo general de Indias. Secci6n V. Consejo y 
ministerio. Catdlogo de legajos de la Audiencia de Santa Fe. Rev. archivos, 
XXVII (Jan.-Mar.) 82-98, 247-257. [50 

Schafer, Joseph. The Draper collection of manuscripts. In State historical 
society of Wisconsin. Proceedings of the society at its seventieth annual 
meeting, held October 19, 1922. Madison: Pub. by the Society, p. 51-76. 

[51 
A summary of the manuscripts in the Draper collection belonging to the Society, illustrating the 
pionaer history of the region from the Blue Ridge to the Mississippi, with information in regard to the 
preservation and use of these manuscripts. 



1923 5 

Shattuck, Frederick Cheever. Cheever papers. Mass. hist. soc. phoc, LV, 
286-289. [62 

Notes regarding a collection of manuscripts of the 18th century. 

Some rare Washington manuscripts; old documents on file at State education 
building [Albany, N. Y.] . . . State service, VII (Jan.) 48-49. [63 

Stock, Leo F. The sources of our nation's historv and their neglect. Newman 
QUAR., VII (June) 112, 135-137. ' [64 

A statement of the condition of the national archives. 

Torres Lanzas, Pedro. Catillogo de legajos del Archivo general de Indias. 
Secci6n tercera: Casa de la contrataci6n de Indias. Centro estud. Am. 
Sevilla BOL.,ano X, nos. 62-64, p. 64-128; nos. 65-67, p. 88-140; nos. 68-69, 
p. 84-89. [55 

Cont. from afto IX, 1922. 

Torres Lanzas, Pedro. Independencia de America; catdlogo de documentos 
existentes en el Archivo general de Indias de Sevilla. Segunda serie. Centro 
ESTUD. Sevilla bol., ario X, nos. 70-72, p. 117-139; nos. 76-78, p. 1-98. 

[56 

The first series was published at Madrid (Estab. tip. de la Sociedad de publicaciones historicas. 
6v.) in 1912. 

WaU, A. J. The printing of the records of the citv of New York in the days of 
William M. Tweed by the ''ring." N. Y. hist. soc. bul., VII (Oct.) 88-97. [57 

Calls attention to the little known fact that in 1871, the late Dr. E. B . O'Callaghan edited 15 volumes 
of the Minutes of the Common council of the city of New York, 1675-1776, which were printed by the 
New York printing company, only one set, however, appearing to have been completed and preserved. 
This set is in the possession of the New York historical society, and a collation of the volumes is here 
given. 

Historiography, Methodology, Study, and Teaching 

Adams, James Truslow. Historv and the lower criticism. Atlantic, CXXXII 
(Sept.) 308-317. ' [58 

Concerned with recent attacks upon American historians of the "newer school," and in particular 
the writers of text-books. Dr. Adams discusses specifically the recent agitation in New York and the 
report of the Commissioner of accounts, David Hirshfield, on the "dangerously unpatriotic nature of 
certain texts used in the schools there". 

Allen, J. 0. American history in the xAmerican public schools. Educ. rev., LXVI 
(Sept.) 89-95. [59 

AlvoTd, Clarence Walworth. Francis Parkman. Nation, CXVII (Oct. 10) 394- 
396. [60 

American Catholic historical association. Proceedings of the third annual meet- 
ing of the American Catholic historical association, December 27-30, 1922, 
New Haven, Connecticut. Cath. hist, rev., n. s. Ill (Apr.) 5-29. [61 

American historical association. Conference on college course in American his- 
torv, New Haven, December 28, 1922. Hist, outlook, XIV (Mar.) 93-98. 

[62 

Copies of the following addresses are given.— The aim of the general course in American history and 
its place in the college curriculum, by Beverley W. Bond, jr. Content of the geneial college course in 
United States history, by Arthur M. Schlesinger. The method of the general course in American 
history, by Ralph H. Gabriel. 

American historical association. Proceedings of the thirtj'-fourth annual meeting 
of the American historical association, Cleveland, Ohio, December 29-31, 1919. 
Am. hist. ASSOC, rep., for the year 1919, I, 33-103. [63 

"This account of the Cleveland meeting is taken, with some modifications and abridgments, from 
the American historical review for April, 1920." 

American historical association. Pacific coast branch. Proceedings of the fif- 
teenth annual meeting of the Pacific coast branch of the American historical 
association, San Francisco, Calif., November 28-29, 1919. Am. hist, assoc. 
rep., for the year 1919, I, 105-120. [64 

Reported by William A. Morris, secretary. 



b AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Anderson, Hattie. The Panhandle-plains historical society. Miss. Valley hist. 
REV., X (Sept.) 182-185. [65 

Concerned with the organization and plans of this society, founded in 1921, for the purpose of collecting 
material and records concerning the frontier life and later history of this region of Texas. 

The Anglo-American historical conference, 1923. Inst. hist, research bul,, I, 
no. 2 (Nov.) 59-61. [66 

Brief account of the proceedings and summaries of the papers read at the meeting. 

Ashley, Roscoe Lewis. Present day tendencies in the teaching of social science 
in the high school. Miss. Valley hist, assoc. proc, X, pt. 3, 496-505. [67 

Ashton, Bessie L. Geography in the interpretation of history. In University of 
Ilhnois. High school conference. Proceedings . . . November 23-25, 1922. 
Urbana: Pub. by the University of Illinois, p. 378-383. (Univ. of Illinois. 
Bul., V. XX, no. 29, March 19, 1923) [68 

Banning, Pierson W. California's fight for Americanized histories in its schools. 
S. R. Va. quar. mag., II (Apr.) 3-7. [69 

Barr, A. S. An analysis of the larger mental processes involved in the study of 
elementary school history. Texas hist, teach, bul., IX, nos. 2 and 3, 55-62. 

[70 

Bell, J. W. The teaching of negro history. Jour, negro hist. VIII (Apr.) 123- 
127. [71 

Bemis, Samuel Flagg. Professor Channing and the West. Wash. hist, quar., 
XIV (Jan.) 37-39. [72 

a brief discussion of the recently published volume of Professor Channing's History of the United 
States (v. V. 1815-1848) as it interprets the history of the West. 

Bishop, William Warner. The Clements library of American history. Lib. jour., 
XLVIII (Aug.) 665-666. [73 

Brief description of the Wilham L. Clements library of American history at the University of Michi- 
gan. 

Bishop, William Warner. A temple of American history: The William L. Clements 
library. Mich. hist, mag., VII (Jan.) 3^9. [74 

Address given at the dedication of the WiUiam L. Clements library at the University of Michigan, 
March 31, 1922. Reproduced from a privately printed brochure published at Ann Arbor, in 1922. 

Brandt, Walther I. Aids for history teachers by the Department of history, iii. 
The high school hbrary, by Walther I. Brandt. Iowa City: The University. 
18 p. (The State university of Iowa, Iowa City. Extension division bulletin 
no. 86) [75 

Browne, Margaret Fitzhugh. The rare collection of the Naval history society 
with its wealth of priceless information regarding the wars of the United States. 
Naval hist. see. ann., 13th year (1922) [47-54]. [76 

Buck, Solon J. The progress and possibilities of Mississippi Valley history. 
Miss. Valley hist, rev., X (June) 5-20. [77 

Also published in Chronicles of Oklahoma, I, no. 3 (June) 227-242. 

Carnegie institution of Washington. Department of historical research. Annual 
report of the director of the Department of historical research. In Carnegie 
institution of Washington. Year book no. 21, 1922. Washington: Pub- 
lished by the Carnegie institution of Washington, January, 1923. p. 151-162. 

[78 
J. Franklin Jameson, director. 

Carter, Clarence E. The state and historical work. Ohio hist, teach, jour., 
no. 28 (Jan.) 355-363. [79 

Describes briefly the organization of historical work in a few typical states and urges the creation of 
a state historical commission in Ohio to assume control of all the state's historical interests. 

Cashman, John E. The speech of Honorable John E. Cashman, senator from 
the first district, on bill no. 108, S, prohibiting the use of public school text- 
books containing propaganda favorable to any foreign government. Wis. 
MAG. hist., VI (June) 444-449. [80 

Delivered March 1, 1923, in the Wisconsin state senate. 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY, 1923 7 

Clark, Marion G. A study in testing historical sense in fourth and fifth grade 
pupils. Hist, outlook, XIV (Apr.) 147-150. [81 

Clements, William L. The William L. Clements Library of Americana at the 
University of Michigan. Ann Arbor: Pub. by the University, xii, 228 p. [82 

A synopsis of the important books in the library. 

Contents.— The spirit of discovery and C hristopher Columbus. Vcspuccius and the early historians. 
Spanish conquistadores and [)adres. EnRlish and French voyagers. The collections of voyages. The 
French in North America. Virginia. The Pilgrims and Plymouth In New England. The colony of 
Massachusetts Hay and its offshoots. New England religious matters. Native New Englanders. 
The middle colonies. The southern colonies. The French and Indian wars. The American revolu- 
tion. Pamphleteers of the ilevolution. Newspapers and broadsides, by William Warner Bishop. 

Kev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Jan. 1924) 377-378; Canad. hist, rev., IV (Sept.) 264-265. 

College entrance examination board. Proposed revision of college entrance 
requirement in history. Hist, outlook, XIV (Feb.) 49-51. [83 

Report of a committee appointed by the College entrance examination board to consider the feasi- 
bility of a revision of the definition of the requirement in history with a view to its radical simplification. 
D. S. Muzzey, chairman of the committee. 

Colorado. State historical and natural history society. Biennial report . . . 
December 1, 1920 to November 30, 1922. Denver, Col.: Eames brothers, 
printers. 55 p. [84 

Connecticut historical society. Annual report of the Connecticut historical 
society . . . Hartford [The Society] 53 p. [85 

Cordier, Henri. Henry Vignaud. Soc. Amer. Paris jour., n. s. XV, 1-17. [86 

Largely a bibliographical account of his studies concerning the discovery and exploration of the New 
world, dealing in particular with the life and voyages of Columbus. 

Cottman, George S. The question of pageantry. In the Proceedings of fourth 
annual conference on Indiana history, . . . December 8-9, 1922. Indian- 
apolis: Wm. B. Burford. (Indiana historical commission. Bulletin no. 17, 
February, 1923) p. 5-10. [87 

Crawford, Lewis F. The North Dakota state historical society — its collections, 
aims and purposes. Univ. of No. Dak. quar. jour., XIV (Nov.) 55-59. [88 

Cross, Arthur Lyon. Is county history worth while? Mich. hist, mag., VII 
(July) 171-178. [89 

Davison, Walter B. History in the state normal schools. Miss. Valley hist. 
Asso. PRoc, X, pt. 3, 506-521. [90 

Dawson, Edgar. The progress of the National council for the social studies; 
report of the secretary, Edgar Dawson. Hist, outlook, XIV (Dec.) 343-346. 

[91 

Dawson, Floy. Latin American history in the high school. Hist, outlook, XIV 
(Apr.) 141-144. [92 

Dowell, Edward S. Developing a departmental policy of instruction in the 
social sciences. Hist, outlook, XIV (May) 176-179. [93 

EUwood, Charles A. Sociology and the social studies, with special reference to 
history. Hist, outlook, XIV (Dec.) 346-350. [94 

Elston, Bertha. Improving the teaching of historv in the high school through 
the use of tests. Hist, outlook, XIV (Nov.) 300-304. [95 

Emery, James N. Some visual aids in teaching American history. Popular 
EDUC, XLI (Nov.) 144-147. [96 

Examples of traditional examinations. Hist, outlook, XIV (Nov.) 316-318. 

[97 

A list of questions in history and civics taken from copies of final examinations which were given in 
different schools in Illinois during the year 1921-1922. 

Fitzpatrick, Mary. History project for the grades — pioneer life in Cleveland. 
Hist, outlook, XIV (Feb.) 68-71. [98 

Francis Parkman. Nation, educ. assoc. jour., XII (Mar.) 83-84. [99 

Signed: J. M. R. 



8 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Froidevaux, Henri. La science americaine et Thistoire du Nouveau Monde au 
V^ Congres international des sciences historiques. France-Amerique, n. s., 
XIV« ann. (Oct.) 246-248. [100 

Accoant of the International congress of historical studies, held at Brussels, April 8-15, 1923. 

Fuller, George N. Historical work in Michigan. Mich. hist, mag., VII (July) 
232-247. [101 

Gambrill, J. Montgomery. Experimental curriculum-making in the social 
studies. Hist, outlook, XIV (Dec.) 384-406. [102 

I. Social studies in the University high school of the University of Chicago. II. A "unified social 
science curriculum" proposed by Prof. H. O. Rugg. III. A composite course for the junior high school 
proposed by Dean L. C. Marshall and associates. IV. A project to construct scientifically a fact course 
in social studies for the grades, undertaken by Superintendent Carleton W. Washburne and the "Win- 
netka social science seminary". 

Gathany, J. Madison. The teaching of the social science studies in the junior 
high school. Hist, outlook, XIV (Sept.) 257-266. [103 

Georgia. Dept. of archives and history. Fourth annual report of the state 
historian and director . . . Jan. 1, 1922, to Jan. 1, 1923. By Lucian Lamar 
Knight, state historian and director, June 6, 1923. [Atlanta] 12 p. [104 

Graham, James H. American history d la mode. Cath. world, CXVII (May) 
182-195. [105 

A review of "The causes of the war of independence," by Claude H. Van Tyne (Boston and N. Y.: 
Houghton MifHin Co., 1922). 

Groos, Grace Dellmare. The teaching of current events. Texas hist, teach. 
BUL., XI, no. 1 (Apr. 15) 31-34. (106 

Hoskins, Halford L. Self-starting the freshman college history course. Hist. 
OUTLOOK, XIV (Oct.) 254-257. [107 

Jameson, J. Franklin. The American historian's raw materials; an address by 
J. Franklin Jameson . . . with the presentation and other exercises at the 
dedication of the William L. Clements library of Americana, June 15, 1923. 
Ann Arbor: University of Michigan. [8], 63 p. plates. [108 

Jameson, J. Franklin. The meeting of the American historical association at 
New Haven. Am. hist, rev., XXVIII (Apr.) 417-439. [109 

A report of the proceedings of the thirty-seventh annual meeting of the association, held at New Haven 
on December 27-30, 1922, with summaries of the papers there read. 

Jameson, J. Franklin. A "pure history law." Am. hist, rev., XXVII (July) 
699-701. [110 

Calls attention to the dangerous possibilities of a recent enactment of the state of Wisconsin in regard 
to history text-books. 

Jameson, J. Franklin. The University centre for research in Washington. Am. 
hist, rev., XXVIII (Jan.) 259-262. [Ill 

Joint commission on the presentation of social studies in schools. History in 

the school curriculum. Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Oct.) 73-74. [112 

Extract from a leaflet issued by the commission designated above containing a statement on the 

distinctive contribution of history to the purposes connected with the presence of social studies in the 

curriculum of American schools. 

Joint conference of historical societies and the National association of state war 
history organizations. Am. hist, assoc. rep., for the year 1919, I, 121-136. 

Jones, Paul W. I. Negro biography. Jour, negro hist., VIII (Apr.) 128-133. 

[114 

Kansas. State historical society. Twenty-third biennial report of the Board 
of directors . . . William E. Connelley, secretary. Topeka. 70 p. [115 

Kelsey, R. W. Possibilities of intensive research in agricultural history. Am. 
hist. ASSOC. REP., for the year 1919, I, 375-383. [116 

Kepner, Frederick L. A survey of the test movement in history. Jour. educ. 
RESEARCH, VII (Apr.) 309-325. [117 



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Eimmel, W. C. Tho use of practice tests in the teaching of the social sciences. 
Hist, outlook, XIV (Dec.) 354-358. [118 

Koch, Julie. Possibilities for histr)rical research in New Orleans, Hlst. out- 
look, XIV (Jan.) 22-23. (119 

Krum, Grade Brainerd. The Burton historical collection. Lib. jour., XLVIII 

(Mar. 15) 277-279. (120 

A description of the collection of books, manuscripts, maps, and miscellanea, relating to the history 

of Detroit and the Old Northwest, presented by Mr. Clarence Monroe Uurton to the Detroit library 

commission and now contained in the Detroit public library. 

leland, Waldo G. The Anglo-American historical conference, London, July 0-7, 
1923. Hist, outlook, XIV (Oct.) 280-281. ' (121 

Xeland, Waldo G. The International congress of historical sciences, held at 
Brussels. Am. hist, rev., XXVIII (July) 639-655. [122 

Leonard, Sterling Andrus. Some experiences in cooperation between history and 
and English in high school. Hist, outlook, XIV (May) 180-181. ' [123 

lodge, Henry Cabot. Francis Parkman. Read before the Massachusetts his- 
torical society, June 14, 1923. Boston [The Society?] 19 p. [124 

Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Massachusetts historical society for June, 1923 (v. LVI, p. 
319-335). 

lonn, Ella. Fields for research in southern history after Reconstruction. Hist, 
outlook, XIV (Jan.) 14-21. ' (125 

McClure, Clarence R. State and local history. Miss. Valley hist, assoc. 
PRoc, X, pt. 3, 424-432. (126 

McMurry, Donald L. A project method of teaching history. Hist, outlook, 
XIV (Dec.) 351-354. ^ (127 

Mereness, Newton D., ed. American historical activities during the World war. 
Am. hist. ASSOC, rep., for the year 1919, I, 137-293. (128 

The National board for historical service, by Waldo G. Leland: p. 161-189. 
A record of historical activities arranged by states is given on p. 204-293. 

Middle states conference on history tests. Hist, outlook, XIV (Noy.) 323-328. 

(129 

Three papers presented at the annual meeting of the Association of history teachers of the middle 
states and Maryland, held at New York, May 4-5, 1923. 

Contents.— New types of history tests, by F. E. Moyer. Evaluating the aims and outcomes of 
history, by Earle Rugg. New types of tests in social science, by Ruth E. Hardy. 

Minnesota historical society. The 1923 annual meeting of the Minnesota his- 
torical society. Minn. hist, bul., V (May) 108-123. [130 

Includes a rfeumS of the papers read at the meeting. 

Minnesota historical society. Twenty-second biennial report . . . for the years 
1921 and 1922. Saint Paul: Minnesota historical society. 90 p. (Minn, 
hist, bul., extra number, Mar. 1923) ' [131 

Missouri. Historical society. Eleyenth biennial report of the executiye com- 
mittee ... for the two years ending December 31, 1922. Columbia [The 
Societ}^] 76 p. plate. (132 
F. C. Shoemaker, secretary and librarian. 

Monroe, Walter S. Written examinations and their improyement. Hist, out- 
look, XIV (June, Noy.) 211-219, 306-318. (133 

Republished by permission from Bulletin no. 9 of the Bureau of educational research. College of edu - 
cation. University of Illinois (University of Illinois bulletin, v. XX, no. 7, Oct. 16, 1922). 

Morehouse, Frances. Broadening the historical background. Hist, outlook. 
XIV (June) 220-222. (134 

Murphy, Joseph M. History teaching in Massachusetts high schools. Hist, 
outlook, XIV (Dec. 363-369. (135 

Ifew Jersey. Dept. of public instruction. Suggestions regarding the teaching of 
the Constitution of the United States and the obseryance of Constitution week 
in the schools of New Jersey, September 1923. Trenton. 15 p. (136 

54381—26 3 



10 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

New York (City). Commissioner of accounts. Report on investigation of pro- 
British historj' textbooks in use in the pubHc schools of the city of New York, 
at the direction of Hon. John F. Hylan, mayor, by David Hirshfield, commis- 
sioner of accounts, city of New York, May 25, 1923. [N. Y.: M. B, Brown 
print, and bind, co.] 75 p. ports. [137 

North Carolina historical commission. Ninth biennial report . . . December 1, 
1920, to November 30, 1922. Raleigh, N. C: Edwards and Broughton print. 
CO. 39 p. (N. C. hist. com. pub. Bui. no. 29) [138 

Includes a list of the volumes of county records in the collection of the Commission and of 652 numbers 
of North Carolina newspapers prior to 1800 of which the Commission has photostat copies. 

Paetow, Louis John. Need of state historical society in California. Grizzly 
BEAR, XXXII (Jan.) 4-5. [139 

Palm, Franklin C. The purpose of an outline course in history for college classes. 
Hist, outlook, XIV (Mar.) 99-101. [140 

Parkman, Francis. Letters of Francis Parkman to Pierre Margry [1869-1889] 
with introductory note by John Spencer Bassett. Northampton, Mass.: 
Dept. of historv of Smith college. [4], 123-208 p. (Smith coll. stud, in hist.^ 
V. VIII, nos. 3 and 4, April- July) [141 

The letters here given are copied from the originals in the Bibliotheque nationale, Paris. The replies 
to them, Margry to Parkman, are in the Parkman manuscripts in the possession of the Massachusetts 
historical society, c/. Introductory note. 

Pease, Theodore Calvin. The Illinois historical collections. III. hist. soc. 
TRANS., for the year 1922, 66-68. [142 

A brief summary of future projects in this series being issued by the Illinois state historical library. 

Pelzer, Louis, and Clara M. Daley. The correlation of history and geography. 
[Iowa City: The University of Iowa] 16 p. (University of Iowa. Dept. of 
history. Aids for history teachers, II) [143 

University of Iowa extension bulletin, no. 85. 

Pendleton, Charles, and Carleton W. Washburne. The fact basis of a history^ 
geography and civics curriculum. Jour. educ. research, VII (Oct.) 309-325. 

[144 

Pennsylvania. Dept. of public instruction. Courses of study in history and 
social science, years vii-xii. Harrisburg, Pa.: J. L. L. Kuhn, printer to the 
commonwealth. 296 p. [145 

Prichard, Walter. Preparation for the teaching of history in high schools. 
Hist, outlook, XIV (Jan.) 23-26. [14e 

Regents questions without answers in American history (with civics) covering the 
requirements of high schools and college entrance; a topical development of 
the subject by questions from regents examinations and college entrance 
examinations. New York city: Regents publishing co., inc. 64 p. ill us. 
(maps) . [147 

Report of Committee of five on American historj^ textbooks now in use in Cali- 
fornia high schools. Hist, outlook, XIV (Feb.) 54-56. [14& 

Report to the California State board of education by a Committee of five educators instructed to 
"examine the textbooks on American history in use in the junior high schools, high schools, and junior 
colleges of California and to report on those, if any, which treat any part of the American history in a 
disloyal or unpatriotic manner or which minimize the best patriotism of American tradition." 

Professor E. D. Adams, chairman of the committee. 

Rhode Island. Dept. of education. Observance of Constitution day in the 
public schools of Rhode Island, September 17, 1923. Issued by the com- 
missioner of education in behalf of the State board of education. [Providence] 
[8] p. (Rhode Island education circulars) [149 

Richardson, Willis. The social sciences in junior and senior high schools. Hist* 
OUTLOOK, XIV (May) 189-190. [150 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY, 1923 11 

Rugg, Harold Ordway. The social studies in the elementary and secondary 
schools, prepared under the direction of Harold (). Hugf^, by A. S. Harr, John 
J. Coss, Henry Harap, R. W. Hatch, Howard C. Hill, Ernest Horn, Charles 
H. Judd, Leon C. Marshall, Earle Rugg, Harold O. Rugg, Emma Schweppe, 
Mabel Snedaker, Carleton \V. Washburne. Ed. by Guy Montrose Whipple. 
In National societj' for the study of education. 22d Yearbook, lilooniington, 
111. pt. II. p. 1-326. illus., tables, diagrs. (151 

AmonK the addri>sses are.— BuildinK a fact course in history and Kf'ography, by C'. W. Washburne. 
The course of study in liistory in the university eieirientary school at the University of Iowa, by Ernest 
Horn and Mabel Snedaker. How the new curricula arc being constructed: Basic facts needed in his- 
tory and geography: A statistical investigation, by C. VV. Washburne. The application of methods of 
research to making the course of study in history, by Ernest Horn. 

Russel, France. Teaching the history of the United States. Popular EDur., 
XL (Feb.) 317-318. [152 

Russell, Benjamin (Justice.) What we owe to Francis Parkman. Dalhousik 
REV., Ill (Oct.) 330-341. [153 

Salmon, Lucy Maynard. The newspaper and authority. N. Y. : Oxford univ. 
press, Am. branch, xxviii, 505 p. [153a 

"The object of the present volume is to discover, if possible, how far the restrictions placed on the news- 
paper press by external authority have limited its serviceableness for the historian in his attempt to 
reconstruct the past." 

Salmon, Lucy Maynard. The newspaper and the historian. N. Y. : Oxford 

univ. press, Am. branch, xxxiii, 566 p. [153b 

"The object of writing this book has been to discover if possible the advantages and limitations of 

the periodical press, especially the newspaper, considered as historical material, and thus to determine 

its usefulness to the historian in his efforts to reconstruct the past." 

Schafer, Joseph. Cooperation between state universities and state historical 
societies. Tenn. hist, mag., VII, no. 2 (July 1921) [issued May 1923] 69-73. 

[154 

Schafer, Joseph. Popular censorship of history texts. Wis. mag. hist., VI 
(June) 450-461. [155 

a discussion of a recent Wisconsin law on the subject of school history texts to be used in the state 
and providing for the suppression of texts which are repugnant to the provisions of this law, which 
appears mainly to be directed against the "British influence" in American history te.xts. The writer 
points out dangerous features of this law. 

Shambaugh, Benjamin F. Our relation to history. In the Proceedings of fourth 
annual conference on Indiana history, . . . December 8-9, 1922. Indianapolis: 
Wm. B. Burford. (Indiana historical commission. Bulletin no. 17, Februarv, 
1923) p. 27-31. [156 

Regarding the duties and obligations of the organizations in the Middle West that contribute to the 
promotion and furtherance of history. 

Shambaugh, Benjamin F. The sixteenth annual meeting of the Mississippi 
Valley historical association. Miss. Valley hist, rev., X (Sept.) 111-126. 

[157 
An account of the proceedings of the meeting of the Mississippi Valley historical association held at 
Oklahoma City and Norman, Oklahoma, March 29-31, 1923, with brief summaries of the papers read 
at the meeting. 

Shoemaker, Floyd C. Popularizing state historv. Miss. Valley hist, assoc. 
PROC, X, pt. 3, 433-439. [158 

Shryock, Richard H. New tests for old; an examination of the relationship of 
aims and methods of testing in the teaching of historv. Hist, outlook, 
XIV (Nov.) 319-322. " [159 

Sioussat, St. George I. Helping the cause of history. Johns Hopkixs alumxi 
mag., XI (June) 282-291. [160 

Sioux City, la. Board of education. Progress and patriotism; a course of study 
in histor}^ problems for the primary and intermediate grades and the junior 
high school, by M. G. Clark, superintendent of Sioux City high schools, and 
a patriotism committee of Sioux City teachers. Bloomington, 111: Public school 
pub. CO. [6], 397 p. [161 

Previously published under title: Progress. 



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Smith, E. B. The status of social studies in the high schools of Colorado. Hist. 
OUTLOOK, XIV (Dec.) 369-372. [162 

Smith, Edward P. The social studies in New York state. Hist, outlook, XIV 
(Dec.) 359-363. [163 

Social science teachers' association of southern California. A three-year senior 
high school course in social studies. Hist, outlook, XIV (Oct.) 266-275. 

[164 

Report of the Social science teachers' association of southern California. 

Sons of the American revolution. Kentucky society. Denatured American 
histories; brief of Kentucky committee prepared for state Text book commis- 
sion, and report of National committee to the Nashville congress. Sons of the 
American revolution, [n. p.] 15 p. [165 

Sontag, Raymond J. The New Haven meeting of the American historical asso- 
ciation. Hist, outlook, XIV (Feb.) 45-48. [166 

South Carolina. Historical commission. Report ... to the General assembly 
at the regular session of 1923. Columbia, S. C. 6 p. [167 

A. S. Salley, jr., secretary. 

Spaulding, Oliver L., jr. On the relation of the schools to military history. 
Am. hist, rev., XXVIII (July) 701-704. [168 

Speranza, Gino. Playing horse with American history; the efforts of newer 
racial groups in this country to rewrite our history and to magnify the im- 
portance of their contributions to it. World's work, XLV (Apr.) 602-610. 

[169 

State historical society of Wisconsin. Proceedings of the society at its seventieth 
annual meeting, held October 19, 1922. Madison: Pub. by the Society. 
75, [1] p. [170 

Striving to perpetuate the ancient grudge. Spectator, CXXXI (Sept. 1) 
278-279. [171 

Signed: "W." Connecticut. 

Calls attention to a "phase of anti-British intrigue in the United States which has gained portentous 
headway during the last three years." It is concerned with the treatment in American history text- 
books of Anglo-American relations, particularly of the period of the Revolution and the V/ar of 1812. 

Striving to perpetuate the ancient grudge and a protest from America. S. R. Va. 
QUAR. MAG., II (Oct.) 22-33. [172 

Reprints an article published in the London Spectator, Sept. 1, 1923, entitled, "Striving to perpetuate 
the ancient grudge," (No. 171 above) which is a protest against the present campaign against "British 
propaganda" in American history text-books; also a reply to the article by Pierson W. Banning, presi- 
dent of the Sons of the Revolution, of Los Angeles. 

Sullivan, James. The historical museum as an educative force. Museum work, 
V (Jan.) 84-86. [173 

Sullivan, James. The sneer method in the teaching of history. Hist, outlook, 
XIV (June) 205-206. [174 

"In America there is no cheaper and easier way to win the plaudits of the students in the college 
history class room than by sneering at some national character or institution." 

Tuell, Harriet E. History as a social study. Hist, outlook, XIV (Mar.) 103- 
106. [175 

Violette, E. M. The studv of state history in the high schools of Missouri. 
Hist, outlook, XIV (Jan.) 27-29. [176 

Wasson, R. Gordon. History versus national legend. Landmark, V (Oct.) [177 

Concerned with the prasent agitation in regard to American history text-books, particularly as they 
deal with relations with England during the Revolutionary and War of 1812 periods. 

What Francis Parkman has done for American history. Current opinion, 
LXXV (Nov.) 549-550. [178 

Williams, Basil. Francis Parkman. Canad. hist, assoc. rep., 1923, 39-48. 

[178a 



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Wissler, Clark. State and local archaeological surveys; suggestiorus in luethod 
and technique. Iowa City, la.: State historical society of Iowa. 50 p. 
illus., plates. ([Iowa. State historical society] Bulletin of information 
series, no. 11) (179 

Woodburn, James A. Promotion of historical study in America following the 
Civil war. III. hlst. soc. trans., for the year 1922, 37-50. [180 

Wrong, George M. Francis Parknian. Canad. hist, kev., IV (Dec.) 289-303. 

[181 

A consideration of his writings 

Wyatt, Edith Franklin. Francis Parkman: 1823-1893. No. Am. kev., CCXVIII 
(Oct.) 484-496. [182 



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AMERICA IN GENERAL 
Aboriginal America — Antiquities 

[Baker, Frank Collins] ed. The Cahokia mounds: pt. I. A report of progress on 
the exploration of the Cahokia group, by Warren K. Moorehead; pt. II. The ge- 
ological aspects of some of the Cahokia (Illinois) mounds, by Morris M. Leighton. 
Urbana, 111.: The University of Illinois. 97 p. illus., plates, map, diagrs.. 
(Univ. of IlUnois bul., v. XXl, no. 6) [183 

Cahokia bibliography: p. 53-56. 

Balcom, S. F. The paleolithic stone age in Indiana. Ind. acad. scr. proc. 
XXXVIII, 105-117. [184 

Bauchle, May L. Aztalan, mute witness to a lost civilization. Wis. mag., 
I (Aug.) 12-13. [185 

Bigney, A. J. Archeology in Posev and Vanderburgh counties. Ind. acad. sci. 
PROC, XXXVIII, 121-122. ' [186 

Bloom, Lansing B. The Jemez expedition of the School [of American research] 
summer of 1922. Palacio, XIV (Jan. 1) 15-20. [187 

Boniface, Marjorie G. El Rito de los Frijoles. Overland, LXXX (Feb.) 12- 
14. [188 

Description of the Bandelier national monument, New Mexico. 

Bradfield, Wesley. Preliminary report on excavating oX Cameron Creek site. 
Palacio, XV (Sept. 1) 67-73. [189 

Brown, Charles E. Waukesha county. Wis. archeol., n. s. II (Jan. -Apr.) 7-59, 
69-119. [190 

a report on the archaeological history of Waukesha county, Wisconsin. 

Brown, Charles E. Wisconsin Indian earthworks. Wis. mag., I (Mar.) 46-47. 

[191 

Cosgrove, C. B. Two kivas at Treasure Hill. Palacio, XV (July 16) 19-21. [192 

Culbertson, Glenn. Recent archeological discoveries in Jefferson county, Indiana. 
Ind. acad. sci. proc, XXXVIII, 119-120. [193 

Delabarre, Edmund Burke. Dighton rock: the earliest and most puzzling of 
New England antiquities. Old-time New England, XIV (Oct.) 51-72. [194 

Delabarre, Edmund Burke. The inscribed rocks of Narragansett Bay. R. I. hist. 
soc. COLL., XVI (Apr.) 46-64. [195 

Cont. from v. XV, July 1922. 
Contents.— VI "Mark rock" in Warwick. 

Donehoo, George P. The archaeology and early history of the Allegheny river. 
Western Pa. hist, mag., VI (Jan.) 21-24. [196 

Emmons, George T. Jade in British Columbia and Alaska, and its use by the 
natives. N. Y. : Museum of the American Indian, Heye foundation. 53 p. 
illus., plates (part col.) (Indian notes and monographs . . . [Miscellaneous] 
no. 35) [197 

Describes a number of Indian and Eskimo jade objects. 

Ferguson, William P. F. Michigan's most ancient industry: The prehistoric 
mines and miners of Isle Royale. Mich. hist, mag., VII (July) 155-162. [198 

Fewkes, J. Walter. Designs on prehistoric pottery from the Mimbres Valley, 
New Mexico. City of Washington: The Smithsonian institution. 47 p. 
(Smithsonian misc. coll., v. LXXIV, no. 6) [199 

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lf)23 15 

Fewkes, J. Walter. Designs on i)rohistoric pottery from the Minibres Vallcv. 
Palacio, XV (July 2) 9-13. " (200 

Fewkes, J. Walter. The Hovenvvcep national monument. Am. anthrop., n. s. 
XXV (Apr.) 145-155. [201 

Describes the prehistoric ruins in the recently created national park in southwestern Colorado and 
southeastern Utah. 

Graves, E. M. Report no. 2 of E. M. Graves, to the president and members of the 
Alabama anthroj)ological society, on archaiological exj)lorati(jn work done at 
the mouth of Pintlala Creek, in Lowndes county, Alabama. Auuow points, 
VI (Apr.) 62-75. [202 

Gustaver, Bror. On a peculiar type of whistle found in ancient American Indian 
graves. Am. anthuop., n. s. XXV (July) 307-317. [203 

Herriot, W. Aboriginal agriculture in southwestern Ontario. Waterloo hist. 
soc. RE p., XI, 18-21. [204 

Hewett, Edgar L. Verbal report by Director Edgar L. Hewett on season's work. 
Palacio, XV (Sept. 1) 78-82. [205 

Report on the activities in archaeological research in the Southwest of the School of American research 
and the Museum of New Mexico. 

Hodge, Frederick Webb. Circular kivas near Hawikuh, New Mexico. N. Y.: 
Museum of the American Indian, Heye foundation. 37 p. illus., plates, 
plans. (Contributions from the Museum of the American Indian, Heye foun- 
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Holand, Hjalmar R. Five objections against the Kensington rune stone. Scan- 
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Holmquist, Adela C. The prehistoric Southwest. Palacio, XV (Aug. 1) 35-39. 

[208 

Hough, Walter. Pit dwelhngs and square kivas of the upper San Francisco 
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Jeancon, Jean A. Excavations in the Chama Valley, New Mexico. Washing- 
ton: Gov. print, off. ix, 80 p. illus., 65 plates on 33 leaves (incl. map). 
(Smithsonian institution. Bureau of American ethnology. Bulletin 81) [210 

Jeancon, Jean A., and Frank H. H. Roberts. Further archaeological research in 
the northeastern San Juan basin of Colorado, during the summer of 1922. 
Colorado mag., I (Nov.) 11-36. [211 

Jeancon, Jean A. Ruins in Moffat county [Col.] Col. hist. soc. bul., I, no. 4 
(Apr.) 75-76. [212 

Laval, Otto. Indian relics. Southw. Ind. hist. soc. proc, Feb. 28, 1923, 
135-139. [213 

Describes a number of relics found by the writer in southern Indiana. 

loewenthal, John. Isliindische Rechtssvmbole in Altamerika. Zeits. ver- 
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McConnell, Burt M. On the trail of the prehistoric "rock shelter" people. 
Outlook, CXXXIII (Mar. 28) 580-583. [215 

Morgan, J. de. La notion innee du progres dans I'esprit humain. Rev. syn- 
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Pre-sents some observations upon the likenesses which existed between the pre-Columbian culture 
in both Americas and that of the Old world. 

Morley, Sylvanus G. Archaeology. In Carnegie institution of Washington. 
Year book no. 21, 1922. Washington: Pub. b}^ the Carnegie institution of 
Washington, p. 310-319. [217 

Report on archaeological investigations in Central America. 

The Moundville group. Arrow points, VII (Dec.) 106-107. [218 

Describes the group of aboriginal mounds within the limits of the town of Moundville, Alabama. 



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The Parsons collection of Alabama pottery. Arrow points, VII (Sept.) 4tS-4:4:. 

[219 

Description of a collection of aboriginal pottery presented to the U. S. National museum by Mr. F. 
H. Parsons and Mr. A. B. Symons. 

Perry, W. J. The children of the sun; a study in the early history of civilization. 
London: Methuen. xv, 551 p. maps. [220 

An inquiry into the historical problem of the origin and development of the civilizations of the region 
from Egypt to North America. The writer concludes that an ancient civilization of sun wcrshipers 
having its source in Egypt spread over India, Indonesia and Oceania, to America, and was the founda- 
tion of the ancient Mexican and Central American cultures. 
Culture-sequence, North America: p. 10-20. 

Phillips, George Brinton. A prehistoric copper mine. Wis. archeol., n. s. II 
(July) 151-154. [221 

Describes a prehistoric copper mine in Michigaa 

Pope, Saxton T. A stud^^ of bows and arrows. Berkeley, Calif.: University of 
California press, p. 329-414. plates. (Cal. univ. pub. Am. archaeol. and 
ethnoL, v. XIII, no. 9) [222 

Proudfit, S. V. Aboriginal occupancy of the District of Columbia. Columbia 
HIST. see. REC, XXV, 182-193. [223 

Review of Dr. Moore's work at Moundville, 1905-1906. Arrow points, VII 
(Dec.) 112-114. [224 

Report concerning the archaeological investigations conducted by Dr. Clarence B. Moore at Mound- 
ville, 1905-1906. 

Shetrone, H. C. Explorations of the Campbell Island village site and the Hine 
mound and village site. Ohio arch^ol. and hist, quar., XXXII (July) 
435-467. [225 

Indian sites located near Hamilton, Butler county, Ohio. 

Smith, Harlan I. An album of prehistoric Canadian art. Ottawa: Gov. print, 
bureau, iv, 195 p. (Canada. Geological surve3^ Victoria memorial muse- 
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At head of title: Canada. Department of mines . . . 

Smithsonian institution. Explorations and field-work of the Smithsonian insti- 
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"Publication 2711." 

Archeological field work on the Mesa Verde national park (Dr. J. Walter Fewkes): p. 89-115. Ob- 
servations among the ancient Indian monuments of southeastern Alaska (Dr. T. T. Waterman): p. 
115-134. Archeological investigations at Pueblo Bonito (Mr. Neil M. Judd): p. 134-143. Investiga- 
tions of prehistoric quarries and workshops in Pennsylvania (Mr. John L. Baer): p. 143-146. Investi- 
gations among the Algonquian Indians (Dr. Truman Michelson) : p. 146-147. Field-work among the 
Yuma, Cocopa and Yaqui Indians (Miss Frances Densmore): p. 147-153. 

Stearns, Wallace N. Safe at last: the Cahokia mounds. Open court, XXXVII 
(Dec.) 727-733. [227a 

Strong, Marian. A story told with earth; Indian mounds around Madison's 
lakes tell the story of the Winnebago Indians. Wis. mag., I (May) 37-40. 

[228 

Talman, C. F. The land of "The Delight makers"; Bandelier national monu- 
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A sketch of aborignal sites of New Mexico. 

U. S. Dept. of agriculture. Forest service. In the land of the ancient cliff 
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[Prepared by the Forest service] Washington: Gov. print, off. 18 p. illus. 
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Verneau, Rene. Deux ceinture en wampum dans la cath^drale de Chartres. 
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Regarding the discovery of two Indian wampum belts in the crypt of the Cathedral of Chartres, 
France, described by W. C. Farabee in the Museum journal (University of Pennsylvania) v. XIII, 
1922, p. 46-54. 



WHITINGS ON AMERICAN JIISTOHV. 1023 17 

Wilder, Harris Hawthorne. Man's j)relii.st()ric past. N. V.: Mucmillan. 
463 p. illus., fold. tab. 

Prehistory of the two Ameriftis: p. 2H;J-3S3. 

Ilcv. in: Am. hist, rev., XXiX (Jan. 1924) 3Gr>-36G. 

Wintemberg, W.J. Certain eye designs on archaeological artifacts from Xortli 
America. Royal boc. Canad. proc, .'3d ser., XVII, sec. 2, 57-09. (233 

Wissler, Clark. Note on state archaeol(;gical surveys. Am. anthiiop., n. .^. XXV 
(July) 430-432. (233a 

Aboriginal America — Indians 

Adam, leonhard. Nordwest-Anierikanische Irulianerkunst. Berlin: K. W'as- 
miith. 44 I), illus., plates. (Orbis Pictus; Weltkunst-Hadierei, Brj. XVIIj 

(234 
Rov. in: Cumv]. hist, rev., IV (Dec.) 363-304. 

Bauchle, May I, Tribute to a Pottawattomie chief [Shabbona] Wis. mag., I 
(Nov.) 19. 40. 1235 

Becker, Daniel A. Comanche civilization, with history of Quanah Park(T. 
Chron. Oklahoma, I (June) 243-252. [235a 

Benedict, Ruth Fulton. The concept of the guardian spirit in North America. 
Mcnasha, Wis.: Pub. for the American anthropological association. 97 p. 
(Am. anthrop. assoc. mem., no. 29) [286 

A staly of a phvio of the religious thought and practice of the Indians. 
Published also as thesis (ph. d.)— Columbia university, 1923. 

Besson, Maurice. Les derniers Natchez; 6pisode de la colonisation de la Loui- 
siane en 1730. Rev. hist, colonies FRANg., XI« ann., 111"= trimestre (no. 43) 
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Blackie, William R. Indians of New York city and vicinity. N. Y. state hist. 
ASSOC. JOUR., IV (Jan.) 41-48. [238 

Bradley, James H. Arrapooash. Mont. hist. soc. contrib., IX, 299-307. [239 

Sketch of thvi Crow Indian chief Arrapooash. 

Bradley, James H. Characteristics, habits and customs of the Blackfeet Indians. 
Mont. hist. soc. contrib., IX, 255-288. [240 

Bradley, James H. History of the Sioux. Mont. hist. soc. contrib., IX, 
29-140. [241 

Bradley, James H. Indian traditions. Mont. hist. soc. contrib., IX, 288-299. 

[242 

Bradley, James H. Separation of the River and Mountain Crows. Mont. 
HIST. soc. contrib., IX, 312-315. [243 

Bradley, James H. Tattooed Forehead. Mont. hist. soc. contrib., IX, 
307-310. [244 

A Crow Indian chief. 

Breazeale, James Frank. The Pima and his basket. Tucson, Ariz.: Arizona 
archaeological and historical society. 146 p. illus. (inch ports.) [245 

Brown, Charles E. Wisconsin Indian tribes. Prepared for the use of students, 
University of Wisconsin. Madison, Wis. 8 p. ([Wisconsin. University] 
Historical series) [246 

Burlin, Natalie (Curtis). The Indians' book; an ofifering by the American 
Indians of Indian lore, musical and narrative, to form a record of the songs 
and legends of their race, recorded and ed. by Natalie Curtis. N. Y. and 
London: Harper, xxxvi, 582 p. illus., plates, ports., facsims. [247 

Connelley, William Elsey. Religious conceptions of the modern Hurons. Kan- 
sas HIST. soc. COLL., XV, 92-102. [248 



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Dengler, Hermann. Indianer. I. Die Indianerstamme des Ostens und der 
Prarien Nordamerikas nach Darstellungen aus der Zeit von 1590 Vjis 1850. 
Stuttgart: Franckh'sche Verlagshandlung. vii, 80 p. 96 plates. [249 

Densmore, Frances. Mandan and Hidatsa music. Washington: Gov. print, 
off. XX, 192 p. plates (incl. ports.). (Smithsonian institution. Bureau of 
American ethnology. Bulletin 80). [250 

Dryer, Mrs. Orson D. Cornstalk, the Indian chief. Ohio archaeol. and hist. 
QUAR., XXXII (Oct.) 613-626. [251 

Dunn, Jacob P. Misunderstood mythology. Americana, XVII (Apr.) 180- 
185. [253 

Calls attention to certain prevalent, but incorrect ideas concerning Indian mythology. 

Fewkes, J. Walter. Ancestor worship of the Hopi Indians. Smithsonian inst. 
REP., 1921, 485-506. [253 

French, John C. The heroine of Lake Shetek in Minnesota; a western historical 
fragment inverwoven with Pennsylvania. Altoona, Pa.: Times tribune press. 
10 p. illus. [254 

Describes the capture of Mrs. E.G. Woodward (then Mrs. Alomina Hurd) and the Lake Shetek 
massacre by Sioux Indians in Minnesota in August, 1862. 

Garborg, Hulda. The Iroquois book of rites. Edda; Nordisk Tidskrift for 
litteraturforskning, VIII. Aargang, XVI, no. 4 (1921) 288-309. [255 

Garland, Hamlin. The book of the American Indian, written by Hamlin Garland 
. . . pictured by Frederic Remington. N. Y. and London: Harper. [10], 
274 p. plates. [256 

Grinnell, George Bird. The Cheyenne Indians, their history and ways of life. 
New Haven: Yale univ. press. 2 v. illus., plates, ports., map. [257 

Halbert, Henry S. Some notes on the Cherokee. Arrow points, VI (Mar.) 
42-45. [258 

Harcourt, Raoul d', and Marguerite d'Harcourt. La musique indienne chez les 
anciens civilises d'Amerique. In Encyclopedie de la musique et dictionnaire 
du conservatoire, 1'"^ partie: Histoire de la musique, 5« volume. Paris: 
Delagrave. p. 3337-3371. [259 

Harris, W. R. Parent lands of our Algonquins and Hurons. In Toronto. 
Ontario Provincial museum. Thirty-third annual archseological report, 
1921-22. Toronto: Printed by Clarkson W. James, 1922. p. 41-54. [260 

The report is issued as part of the Appendix to the Report of the Minister of education, Ontario. 
The writer believes that the North American Indians came, by way of Cuba and Florida, from the 
civilized race inhabiting in remote times Yucatan and Central America. 

Hesketh, John. History of the Turtle Mountain Chippewa. No. Dak. hist. 
soc. COLL., V, 85-154. [261 

Heusser, Albert H. Homes and haunts of the Indians. Paterson, N. J. : Braen- 
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Hewett, Edgar L. My neighbors, the Pueblo Indians. Art and archaeol., 
XVI (July) 3-24. [263 

Also published in Palecio, XV (Oct.) 123-1.34. 

History of the Papago Indians. Palacio, XIV (Apr. 2) 96-98. [264 

Summary of a manuscript history of the Papago Indians and of the irrigation plans and projects on 
their reservations in Arizona, a photostat copy of which was presented to the library of the Museum 
of New Mexico by Col. Ralph E. Twitchell. 

Jenness, Diamond. Indian religion. Canad. mag., LXI (May) 66-70. [265 

Jipson, N. W. Winnebago villages and chieftains of the lower Rock river region. 
Wis. archeol., n. s. II (July) 125-139. [266 

King, F. R. George Colbert — chief of the Chickasaw nation. Arrow points, 
VII (Oct.) 53-56. [267 



1923 19 

Enosp, Gaston. La rnusicjue des Indiens do I'AirK'iritino dii \ord. In KdcvcIcj- 
p6die de la musique ct dicticmnaire du c(jiiservat(>ire, 1'" partie: Hisloire de 
la musique. 5" volume. Paris: Delagrave. p. 333.'i-33:i0. (268 

Kroeber, A. L. American culture and the Northwest coast. Am. antuhop., 
n. s. XXV (Jan.) 1-20. , [269 

" In short, the outstanding characteristic of Northwest coast culture is its seeming comparative aloof- 
ness from both Asia and America." 

Kroeber, A. I. Anthropology. N. Y.: Uarcourt, Brace and co. x, 523 p. 
illus., maps, diagrs. [270 

The growth of a primitive religion (p. 293-325) and The history of civilization in native America (p. 
320-31)2) are the sections relating s|)ccifically to America. 

laidlaw, George E. Ojibwa myths and tales. Gth paper. In Toronto. Ontario 
Provincial museum. Thirtv-third annual archaeological report, 1921-22. 
Toronto: Printed by Clarkson W. James, 1922. p. 84-99. [271 

The report is issued iis part of the Appendix to the Report of the Minister of education, Ontario. 

Lindblom, K. G. Om Amerikas befolkande och den amerikanska rasens unsprung, 
Ymeu, XLIII, no. 3, 301-331. [271a 

Based on the study entitled, "Le probleme du peuplement initial de I'Am^rique et de I'origine f-th- 
ni(iue de sa population indigene," by Henry V^ignaud, published in the Journal dela Soci6t6 des Am6ri- 
canistes de Paris, t. XIV (1922) p. 1-63. 

Lindquist, G. E. E. The red man in the United States; an intimate study of the 
social, economic and religious life of the American Indian, made under the 
direction of G. E. E. Lindquist, with a foreword by Honorable Charles H. 
Burke. N. Y.: Doran. 461 p. illus., plates, ports., maps. [272 

"The Committee on social and religious surveys . . . is responsible for this publication." 
A survey and study, with historical background, of Indian conditions of the present day, "of special 
value to social, economic, and religious activities in the United States". 

ling Roth, H. American quillwork; a possible clue to its origin. Max, XXIII 
(Aug.) 113-116. [273 

lowie, Robert H. The buffalo drive and an Old-world hunting practice; a cultural 
parallel between the Lapps and the North American Indians. Natural 
HIST., XXIII (May) 280-282. [274 

Moodie, Roy L. Disease among the pre-Columbian Indians of North America. 
In his Paleopathology; an introduction to the study of ancient evidences of 
disease. Urbana: University of Illinois press, p. 452-484. [275 

Navajo sand paintings as decorative motive. From the Albuquerque Daily 
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Orr, Roland B. Algonquin subtribes and clans of Ontario. In Toronto. On- 
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Toronto: Printed by Clarkson W. James, 1922. p. 24-31. [277 

The report is issued as part of the Appendix to the Report of the Minister of education, Ontario. 

Orr, Roland B. The Hurons. In Toronto. Ontario Provincial museum. 
Thirtv-third annual archaeological report, 1921-1922. Toronto: Printed bv 
Clarkson W. James, 1922. p. 8-23. [278 

The report is issued as part of the Appendix to the Report of the Minister of education, Ontario. 

Orr, Roland B. The masks or false faces of our Ontario Indians. In Toronto. 
Ontario Provincial museum. Thirtv-third annual archaeological report, 1921- 
22. Toronto: Printed by Clarkson 'W. James, 1922. p. 32-37. [279 

The report is issued as part of the Appendix to the Report of the Minister of education, Ontario. 

Orr, Roland B. Red Paint burial in Ontario. In Toronto. Ontario Provincial 
museum. Thirtv-third annual archaeological report, 1921-22. Toronto: 
Printed by Clarkson W. James, 1922. p. 38-40. [280 

The report is issued as part of the Appendix to the Report of the Minister of education, Ontario. 
Discusses the connection between the Red Paint people of the Penobscot valley in Maine and the 
Red Paint people mode of burial in Ontario. 

Parker, Arthur C. Method in archaeology. In Toronto. Ontario Provincial 
museum. Thirtv-third annual archaeological report, 1921-22. Toronto: 
Printed by Clarkson W. James, 1922. p. 55-61. [281 

The report is issued as part of the Appendix to the Report of the Minister of education, Ontario. 



20 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Parker, Arthur C. Seneca myths and folk tales. Buffalo, N. Y. : Bufifalo his- 
torical society, xxviii, 465 p. illns., plates, ports. (Buffalo hist. soc. pub., 
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Pennsylvania (Colony) Treaties. The particulars of an Indian treaty at Cone- 
stogoe, between his excellency Sir William Keith, bart. governor of Pennsyl- 
vania, and the deputies of the Five Nations. Published at the request of the 
gentlemen who were present and waited upon the governor in his journey. 
[Philadelphia: Printed and sold by Andrew Bradford, at the Bible, in the 
Second street, 1721] [Washington] facsim.: 8 leaves. [283 

Photostat copy reproduced from the original in the Library of Congress, January, 1923. 

Philhower, Charles A. The aboriginal inhabitants of Union county [N. J.] 
N. J. HIST. soc. PROC, n. s. VIII (Apr.) 124-138; and Union co. hist. soc. 
PROC, 1923, 20-33. [284 

Phoebe Apperson Hearst memorial volume, on the twentieth anniversary of the 
organization of the Department and Museum of anthropology of the University 
of California, September 10, 1901. Berkeley, Cal.: University of California 
press, xvi, 389 p. (Cal. univ. pub. Am. archaeol. and ethnoL, XX. Editor, 
A. L. Kroeber) [285-6 

Partial contents.— Historical introduction. Notes on the Tillamook, by Franz Boas. Notes on 
the Southern Maidu, by Paul-Louis Faye. Porno doctors and poisoners, by L. S. Freeland. Porno 
lands on Clear Lake, by Edward Winslow Gifford. Habitat of the Wailaki, by Pliny Earle Goddard. 
Mound excavations near Stockton, by Philip Mills Jones. The history of native culture in California, 
by A. L. Kroeber. Cultural connection of Californian and Plateau Shoshonean tribes, by Robert H. 
Lowie. Patwin houses, by W. C. McKern. Plants used in basketry by the California Indians, by 
Ruth Earl Merrill. Southern Diegueno customs, by Leslie Spier. 

Prather, Susan Verdery. Tahlonika the Cherokee. Atlanta, Ga.: The author, 
pamphlet. [287 

Published by the author, Mrs. Susan Verdery Prather, 324 W. Peachtree st., Atlanta. 
Historical sketch of a heroic Cherokee Indian. 

Radin, Paul. The Winnebago tribe. U. S. bur. Am. ethnol. rep., XXXVII, 
35-560. [288 

Reagan, Albert B. Rainy Lakes Indians. Wis. archeol., n. s. II (July) 
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Renehan, Alois B. The Pueblo Indians and their land grants; the pioneers and 
their families, their descendants and grantees occupying parts of the Pueblo 
Indian land grants, in New Mexico. Speech ... at the conference of the 
League of the Southwest at Santa Barbara, California, June 9, 1923, with 
related documents showing antagonisms between Indian friends. Reviewing 
the facts and the ancient Spanish laws affecting the Pueblo Indians and their 
neighbors of other races, many of these laws being presented in full, as never 
before completely translated. A plea for patient and humanitarian considera- 
tion as opposed to excited and uninformed abuse and contumely. [Albuquerque 
T. Hughes, printer] 78 p. [290 

Saltonstall, Brayton. Chief Keshkauko. Mich. hist, mag., VII (Jan.) 42-48. 

[291 

Chief of one of the tribes of the Chippewa Indians in pioneer Michigan. 

Sapir, Edward. A note on Sarcee pottery. Am. anthrop., n. s. XXV (Apr.) 247- 
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Schwarze, Edmund. History of the Moravian missions among southern Indian 
tribes of the United States. Bethlehem, Penna.: Times publishing company, 
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Shelton, William. The story of the totem pole; early Indian legends, as handed 

down from generation to generation, are herewith recorded by William Shelton 

of Tulalip. [Everett, Wash.: Kane and Harcus co., printers] 80 p. illus. (inc. 

ports.). [294 

The author is a Snohomish Indian connected w ith the Tulalip Indian school. 



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Silver, Dilworth M. The location of the nations of Indians called the Wenroes or 
Wenrohronons and the Eries. [Buffalo, N. Y.] 19 p. [296 

Skinner, Alanson. A further note on tiie origin of the dream dance of the Central 
Algoukiaii and southern Siouan Indians. Am. anthhop., n. s. XXV (July) 
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Skinner, Alanson. Observations on Sapir's "A note on Sarcee pottery." Am. 
ANTHKOP., n. s. XXV (July) 428-429. ' [297 

For the ivrticle referred to see no. 292 above. 

Skinner, Alanson. Obseryations on the ethnology of the Sauk Indians. Mil- 
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Public museum of the city of Milwaukee, v. V, no. 1. August 30, 1923) [298 

Skinner, Alanson. Sauk war bundles. Wis. archeol., n. s. II (July) 148-1.50. 

[299 

Smith, Huron H. Ethnobotany of the Menomini Indians. Milwaukee, Wis.: 
Pub. by order of the trustees. 174 p. plates (inch ports.) (Bulletin of the 
Public museum of the city of Milwaukee, v. IV, no. 1) [300 

Speck, F. G. Algonkian influence upon Iroquois social organization. Am. 
ANTHROP., n. s. XXV (Apr.) 219-227. [301 

Swanton, John R. New light on the early history of the Siouan peoples. Wash. 
ACAD. SCI. JO uu., XIII (Feb. 4) 33-43."' [302 

Ten Kate, Herman F. C. The Indian in literature. Smithsonian inst. rep., 1921, 
507-528. [303 

Condensed translation and abstract of papers published in the Dutch magazines De Oids, 1919, and 
De West-lndische Qids, 1920. 

Thomson, William J. Art of the Canadian Indians, /n Toronto. Ontario Pro - 
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Printed by Clarkson W. James, 1922. p. 75-82. [304 

The report is issued as part of the Appendix to the Report of the Minister of education, Ontario. 

TJ. S. Office of Indian affairs. Some memoranda concerning American Indians 
Comp. by Malcolm McDowell, secretary, Board of Indian commissioners 
Washington: Goy. print, off. 20 p. ^ [305 

At head of title: Department of the interior. 

Villiers, baron Marc de. Notes sur les Chactas d'apres les journaux de yoyage de 
Regis du Roiillet (1729-1732). See. Amer. Paris jour., n. s. XV, 223-250. 

[306 

Wardle, H. Newell. Stone ceremonials in relation to Algonkin symbolism. 
Acad. nat. sci. Phila. proc, LXX;V, 379-391. " [306a 

Waterman, T, T, Some conundrums in Northwest coast art. Am. anthrop., n. s. 
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I. On certain peculiarities in the representation of the shark. II. House-pits. III. Totem-poles. 

IV. The form of the objects known as "coppers". 

Westervelt, Frances A. The Indians of Bergen county, New Jersey. Americana, 
XVII (Oct.) 388-398. ^ [308 

Wilder, Harris Hawthorne. Notes on the Indians of southern Massachusetts. Am. 
anthrop., n. s. XXV (Apr.) 197-218. [309 

Contents.— Interment among the Pocumtucks and related tribes. Ninigret's daughter. 

Williams, Sherwin. The Indians of New York. Herkimer co. hist. soc. pap., 

V, 90-93. [310-1 

Wood, George A. The Mohegan Indians east and west. Miss. Valley hist. 
ASSOC. PROC, X, pt. 3, 440-453. [312 



22 AMERICAN HISTOEICAL ASSOCIATION 

Aboriginal America — Mexico, Central America, West 
Indies, and South America 

Arsandaux, H., and P. Rivet. Nouvelle note sur la metallurgie mexicaine. 
Anthropologie, XXXIII, nos. 1-3, 63-85. [313 

Describes a collection of 41 metal objects from ancient Mexico recently presented to the Musee d'eth- 
nographie du Trocadero, Paris, by M. A. Genin. 

Arsandaux, H., and P. Rivet. L'orfevrerie du Chiriqui et de Colombie. Soc. 
Amer. Paris jour., n. s. XV, 169-182. [314 

Describes two collections of gold and copper objects of the Chiriqui and from Colombia. 
Index bibliographique: p. 179-181. 

Barrio, M. de. Le Musee de La Plata; les trois epoques. Soc. Amer. Paris 
JOUR., n. s. XV, 342-349. [315 

Beyer, Hermann. Uber eine Darstellung des Gottes Mixcoatl auf dem altmexi- 
kanischen Wurfbrette des britischen Museums. Archiv fur Religions- 
wissENSCHAFT (Leipzig) XXII, 359-362. [315a 

British museum. Guide to the Maudslay collection of Maya sculptures (casts 
and originals) from Central America. London: Milford. 94 p. illus, [316 

Callegari, G. V. L'architettura nell' antico Messico. Scienza per tutti 
(Milan) anno XXX, 69-73. [317 

Callegari, G. V. La ceramica e le arti minori nel Messico antico. Scienza per 
tutti (Milan) anno XXX, 215-218. [318 

Callegari, G. V. La ceramica nel Messico antico. Scienza per tutti (Milan) 
anno XXX, 135-138. [319 

Callegari, G. V. La mia escursione archeologica al Messico (I-IV 1923). Atti 
dell' Accademia d' agricoltura, scienze e lettere di Verona, 4 ser., 
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Callegari, G. V. Scultura, lapidaria, oreficeria nel Messico precolombiano. 
Dedalo, rassegna d'arte diretta da ugo ojetti (Milan and Rome) III, 
1922-1923, 541-566. [321 

Capitan, Louis. Un manuscrit judiciaire de 1534 Nahuatl-Espagnol. Soc. 
Amer. Paris jour., n. s. XV, 75-81. [322 

Describes a manuscript contained in the collection of the Acad6mie des inscriptions, Paris. The 
Spanish text has been translated into French by M. Morel-Fatio and is here given. 

The Carnegie expedition to Yucatan. Palacio, XIV (Mar. 1) 65-68. [323 

Article from the New York Times regarding the projected research expedition in Yucatan under the 
auspices of the Carnegie institution of Washington. 

Cummings, Byron. Cuicuilco, the oldest temple discovered in North America. 
Art and archaeol., XVI (July) 51-58. [324 

Cummings, Byron. Ruins of Cuicuilco may revolutionize our history of ancient 
America; lofty mound sealed and preserved by great lava flow for perhaps 
seventy centuries is now being excavated in Mexico. Geog. mag., XLIV 
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Galindo y Villa, JesHs. Le codex azteque au Palais-Bourbon, d'apres les travaux 
de Francisco del Paso y Troncoso. Traduit par B. Le Clerc de la Herverie. 
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Garcfa Cubas, Antonio. Les Pyramides: Le ''Soliel" et la "Lune". Echo du 
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Hanstein, Otfrid von. Die Welt des Inka; ein Sozialstaat der Vergangenheit. 
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Harcourt, Raoul d'. La vallee de Teotihuacan. La Nature (Paris) Ll« ann., 
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Hay, Clarence I. The buried past of Mexico; opportunities for archaeological 
work in the central and northern parts of the republic. Natural hist., 
XXIII (May) 259-271. [330 



1923 23 

Hertz, Amelja. L'Egypte sous les quatrc premieres dynasties et rAmdrique 
ccntralo; unc contribution 'X la m^thodo d6 I'histoire de la civilisation. Rev. 
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Hewett, Edgar L. Anahuac and Aztlan; retracing the legendary footsteps of tho. 
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Hostos, Adolfo de. Anthropomorphic carvings from the Greater Antilles. Am. 
ANTHUop., n. s. XXV (Oct.) 525-5G3. [333 

Hostos, Adolfo de. Three-pointed stone zemi or idols from the West Indies: an 
interpretation. Am. anthrop., n. s. XXV (Jan.) 56-71. [334 

Johnson, Willis Fletcher. Pioneers of Mavan research. Outlook, CXXXIV 
(July 25) 474-470. ' [335-6 

Karsten, Rafael. Blood revenge, war, and victory feasts among the Jibaro 
Indians of eastern Ecuador. Washington: Gov. print, off. vii, 94 p. illus., 
plates. (Smithsonian institution. Bureau of American ethnology. Bulletin 
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Kornerup, Ebbe. Peru; das Land der Inkas. 2. Aufl. Stuttgart: Kosmos- 
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Kreichgauer, Damian. Mysteres astronomico-religieux dans TAmerique centrale. 
In Scmaine d'ethnologie religieuse. Compte-rendu analytique de la III« 
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Krickeberg, Walter. Die Totonaken; ein Beitrag zur historischen Ethnographic 
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The lava temple at Cuicuilco. Palacio, XIV (Mar. 1) 63-64. [341 

Summary of an address by Dr. Byron Cummings before the Santa F6 society of the Archaeological 
institute, Feb. 20, 1923, describing the culture he had just uncovered under the Pedregal lava flow on 
the southern rim of the valley of Mexico. 

Le Clerc de la Herverie, B. Les d^couvertes archcologiques de Colima. Echo 
Du Mexique, III« ann., no. 31 (Sept. 30) 15-16. [342 

Lehmann, Walter. Arte messicana antica. Civilta artistic a (Rome) IX. [343 

Litre, E. Nos origines; nos cousins du Centre Am6rique. Soc. geog. Toulouse 
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a study of the Aztec and Toltec civihzations of Mexico. 

Locke, L. Leland. The ancient quipu or Peruvian knot record. [N. Y.] The 
American museum of natural history. [4], 84 p. illus., plates (inch facsims.) 

[345 
Long, Richard C. E. The burner period of the Mavas. Man, XXIII (Nov.) 
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Note regarding a phase of Maya chronology. 

Long, Richard C. E. Mava and Christian chronologv. Royal anthrop. inst. 

JOUR., LIII (Jan.) 36-41. " [347 

Long, Richard C. E. Maya high numbers. Man, XXIII (May) 66-69. [348 
A study of Central American chronology. 

Lothrop, S. K. American feather-decorated mats. Am. anthrop., n. s. XXV 
(July) 304-306. [349 

Describes several mats decorated with feathers, from Mexico and South America, preserved in the 
Museo preistorico ed etnografico, Rome, and the Museo arqueologico, in Madrid. 

Lothrop, S. K. Stone yokes from Mexico and Central America. Man, XXIII 
(July) 97-98. ~ [350 

A class of prehistoric objects of unusual and definite shape, the function of which is unknown. 

Mason, Gregory. The riddle of our own Egypt. Century, CVII (Nov.) 43-59. 

[351 

An account of the Maya ruins of Yucatan. 

Mendizabal, Miguel 0. The Nahuan chronologv: astronomical significance of 
the number thirteen. Am. anthrop., n. s. XXV (July) 318-338. [352 



24 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Mercade, Salva. Les m^faits de la "chicha" de mais au Perou. Rev. Am^rique 
LATiNE, V, no. 17 (May) 70-71. " [353 

Les merveilles de la collection Genin. Rev. Amerique latine, IV, 1901-91. 

[354 

Brief description of the Genin collection of American antiquities in the Musee ethnographique du 
Trocad§ro, Paris. 

Moodie, Roy L. Diseases of the ancient Peruvians. In his Paleopathology; an 
introduction to the study of ancient evidences of disease. Urbana: University 
of lUinois press, p. 489-542. [355 

Preuss, Konrad Theodor. Amerikanische Religionen. In ReHgion und My- 
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stamm in Kolumbien, Siidamerika. II: Texte (Zweite Halfte) und Worter- 
buch. Gottingen: Vandenhoeck und Ruprecht. (Quellen der Religions- 
Geschichte herausgegeben im Auftrage der religionsgeschichtlichen Kommission 
bei der Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften zu Gottingen, XI) p. 367-760. [356 

Preuss, Konrad Theodor. Die wissenschaftliche Lebensarbeit Eduard Selers. 
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Real, Daniel. La decoration primitive. III. Amerique pre-colombienne. Paris: 
Librairie des arts decoratifs, A. Calavas. [8] p. 48 plates. [358 

Reed, Alma. On the track of the Maya's secret, Palacio, XIV (May 1) 
127-130. [359 

Reprinted from the New York Times. 

Reed, Alma. Waiting on the Maya ghosts. Palacio, XIV (Apr. 16) 115-122. 

[360 

An account of a recent expedition of American scientists and tom-ists to the prehistoric ruins of 
Yucatan. 
Reprinted from the New York Times. 

Reed, Alma. The well of the Maya's human sacrifice. Palacio, XIV (June 1) 
159-161. [361 

Describes some of the Maya treasure found at the bottom of the sacred well at Chichen-Itza. 
Reprinted from the New York Times. 

Rivet, Paul. La balance romaine au Perou. Anthropologie, XXXIII, nos. 5-6, 
535-538. [362 

Note regarding the early use of the Roman balance by the Indians of Peru. 

Rivet, Paul. L'orfevrerie precolombienne des Antilles, des Guyanes, et du Vene- 
zuela, dans ses rapports avec l'orfevrerie et la metallurgie des autres regions ame- 
ricaines. Soc. Amer. Paris jour., n. s. XV, 183-213. [363 

Index bibliographique: p. 207-213 = 

Roys, Ralph L. The ritual of the chief of Yucatan. Am. anthrop., n. s. XXV 
(Oct.) 472-484. [364 

a study of the Chief's ritual of the Mayas as given on pages 28 to 42 of the " Chilam Balam of Chu- 
mayel." 

Seler, Eduard. Gesammelte Abhandlungen zur amerikanischen Sprach- und 
Alterthumskunde. Herausgegeben von Csecilie Seler-Sachs. Vierter Band. 
Berhn: Behrend und co. viii, 758 p. illus., plates, map. [365 

Contents.— Mythus und Religion der alten Mexikaner. Die buntbemalten Gefasse von Nasca im 
siidlichen Peru und die Hauptelemente ihrer Verzierung. Kleinere Aufsatze und Vortrage. Bruch- 
stiicke einer allgemeinverstandlichen Darstellung des Landes Mexiko, seiner Bevolkerung und seiner 
Entdeckungsgeschichte. Die Tierbilder der mexikanischen und der Maya-Handschriften. 

Seler, Eduard. Les mines de Mitla. Echo du Mexique, III« ann., no. 32 (Nov. 
1) 7-10. [366 

Spence, Lewis. An Aztec secret society. Discovery, IV (Nov.) 293-295. [367 

Spence, Lewis. The gods of Mexico. London: T. F. Unwin. xvi, 388 p. plates. 

[368 

A bibliography of Mexican religion: p. 372-381. 
A summary of what is known of the Aztec gods. 

Spence, Lewis. Human sacrifice in old Mexico. Hibbert jour., XXII (Oct.) 
97-102. [369 



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Spinden, H. J. Archaeological explorations in Honduras. Explof{f:r8 jour., 
II, no. 2, 7-8. (370 

Stirling, M. W. Indonesia and the Middle American calendar. Am. anthuop., 
n. s. XXV (Apr.) 228-24G. [371 

The writer "attempts to demonstrate that the Vonus calendar of Middle America has no connection 
with the Old world, or with I'olynesiii, " in fjpposition to the theory advanced in a recent article by 
Fritz Rock in the MitteilunRcn der Anthropolot^ischcn Oesellschaft in Wien, LII (1922) i'.i-VM), that 
the various forms of the calendar as found in Middle America were transmitted to the Toltecs from 
southeastern Asia, presumably by way of Polynesia. 

Talaya, A. Une cit6 vicllc de qiiarante siecles d<5couvcrtc an Mcxique. ficHO du 
Mexique, III" ann., no. 27 (May 1) 15. [372 

Tastevin, Constant. Lcs p6troglvphcs de la Pedrera, Rio Caciuetd (Colombie). 
Soc. Am6k. Paris jour., n. s. XV, 109-120. [373 

Thord-Gray, I. Fr&n Mexicos forntid. Bland tempelruiner och gudabilder. 
Stockholm: A. B. Gunnar Tisells tekniska forlag. 310 p. plates. [374 

Velazco Aragon, Luis. Reflexions sur les Incas. Rev. Am6rique latine, VI 
(Sept.) 37-43. [375 

Contents.— La race sphinx. L'"011antay." Le Qucchuisme littCrairc. La musique incasique. 

Verneau, Rene. Une d6couverte arch^ologique sensationnelle au Mexique. A\- 
THROPOLOGiE, XXXIII, nos. 1-3, 274-275. [376 

Regarding the disc,overy, by Mr. James Philemon, of an ancient pyramid at the foot of Mount Colima, 
Mexico, noted in L'Echo du Mexique (Paris) May 1, 1923. 

Discovery and Exploration 

Alaux, Jean Paul. Un Episode de la decouverte de rAmerique (4« voyage de 
Christophe Colomb). France-Amerique, n. s., XIV« ann., 16-17. [377 

Altolaguirre y Duvale, Angel. Colon, espanol? Estudio historico-critico. Ma- 
drid: Imp. del Patronato de huerfanos de intendencia e intervenci6n miUtares. 
89 p. [378 

Appended to the Boletfn de la Real sociedad geogrSfica, LXIV, nos. 1-4, 1923. 

Bayle, Constantino. Col6n itahano? Col6n espanol? Raz6n y fe, LXV (Feb.) 
158-173. [379 

Beltran y Rozpide, Ricardo. El mimdo y los Hispanos, con un mapa del mundo 
conocido d consecuencia de los descubrimientos de Espanoles y Portugueses. 
Rev. geog. col. y merc, XX (June) 190-191. [380 

Bertacchi, Cosimo. Magellanica. L'Universo (Florence) IV, 107-114. [381 

Bonilla y San Martin, A. Los mitos de la America precolombina. La patria de 
Col6n y otros estudios de historia hispanoamericana. Barcelona: Edit. Cer- 
vantes. 288 p. map. [382 

Brannon, Peter A. Our first white visitor. Arrow points, VII (Aug.) 21-23. 

[383 

Concerned with the expedition of Panfilo de Narvaez in 1528, into the region which is now Alabama. 

Les Bretons h T^xp^dition de Magellan. Soc. bretonne geog. bul., no. 106, 
38-39. [384 

Briggs, John Ely. Louis Joliet. III. Cath. hist, rev., VI (July) 28-33; and 
Palimpsest, IV (July) 240-248. [385 

Burger, C. P. De ontdekkingsreis van Hudson in 1609. Tijdschrift v. gesch., 
XXXVIII, no. 1, 110-116. [386 

a review of the volume published as no. 19 of the " Werken uitgegeven door de Linschoten-Vereeni- 
ging," in 1921, entitled, "Henry Hudson's reize onder Nederlandsche vlag van Amsterdam naar Nova 
Zembla, Amerika, en terug naar Dartmouth in Engeland, 1609. Volgens het journaal van Robert Juet, 
uitgegeven door S. P. I'Honore Naber." 

Carbia, Romulo D. La patria de Crist6bal Col6n. Buenos Aires: J. Peuser. 
70 p. 34 facsims. (docs.) ([Buenos Aires. Universidad nacional] Facultad 
de filosofia y letras. Publicaciones de la Secci6n de historia. XIX) [387 

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Carleill, Christopher. A discourse upon the entended Voyage to the hether- 
moste partes of America: written by Captaine Carleill, for the better induce- 

■ ment to satisfie such Marchauntes, as in disburcing their money towardes the 
furniture of the present charge: doe demaunde forthwith a present returne of 
gaine: albeit their saied perticuler disburcementes are in such slender sommes, 
as are not worth the speakyng of. [n. p., 1583] [Boston, 1923] facsim. : 
16 leaves. [Americana series; photostat reproductions by the Massachusetts 
historical society, no. 98] [388 

One of 10 photostat copies reproduced from the original in the John Carter Brown library, September 
1923. 

Carreras y Candi, Francisco. Cristobal Col6n nacido en Espana. Voz de la raza 
(Madrid) Ilo'ano, nos. 10-11 (Mar.). [389 

Caso, A. Historia y geografia del descubrimiento de America. Revista de la 
Universidad (Tegucigalpa, Honduras) XIII, 4-8. [390 

Charlevoix, Pierre Frangois Xavier de. Journal of a voyage to North America. 
Translated from the French of Pierre Frangois Xavier de Charlevoix. Edited, 
with historical introduction, notes and index, by Louise Phelps Kellogg. 
Chicago: The Caxton club. 2 v. front, (fold. map). [391 

Reprint, including facsimile of t.-p., of original edition, London, 1761. 

"It is therefore fitting that his services to American historiography should be recognized and his 
Journal historique be once more printed in English dress in this the two hundredth year since he finished 
his journey from Montreal to New Orleans, through the length and breadth of the Great Lakes and the 
Mississippi Valley." cf. Introd. 

Chronology of Father Marquette; journeys to the Illinois country. III. Cath. 
HIST. REV., VI (July) 5-6. [392 

Coyne, James H. The Dollier-Galinee expedition, 1669-70. Ont. hist. soc. 
PAP., XX, 75-81. [393 

Address at Port Dover, July 5th, 1922, at the unveiling of the memorial commemorating the DoUier- 
Galinfee expedition, 1669-70. 

Cruikshank, E. A. The exploring expedition of DoUier and Galinee in 1669-70. 
Ont. hist. soc. pap., XX, 5-8. [394 

Address delivered at the unveOing of the memorial erected at Port Dover by the Canadian govern- 
ment, July 5, 1922, to commemorate the first discovery of Lake Erie by white men. 

Cuneo-Vidal, R. La tumba de Cristobal Col6n. Soc. geog. Lima bol., XXXIX 
(1922) 171-182. [395 

Delgado, Jesus. Primer viaje alrededor del mundo; IV Centenario de este 
acontecimiento y la parte que cupo en el a Sebastian del Cano. Espana y 
Amer., ano XXI (Jan. 1, Feb. 1, Mar. 1) 10-19, 214-219, 347-355. [396 

Devigne, Roger. Un continent disparu; I'Atlantide, sixieme partie du monde. 
Paris: G. Cres et cie. xii, 303 p. illus., maps. [397 

The discovery of the Mississippi; anniversarv celebration at Prairie du Chien. 

III. Cath. hist, rev., VI (July) 7-11. " [398 
Signed: A. H. R. 

Disposiciones p6stumas de Cristobal Colon. El Maestro (Mexico) III, no. 2, 
1922. [399 

Dunn, Jacob P. Marquette's monsters. Americana, XVII (Jan.) 102-109. [400 

An explanation of the Indian pictographs carved upon what has become known as "Piasa rock," in 
the Mississippi river, described by Marquette and other early explorers. 

Escofet, Jose. Vasco Nufiez de Balboa, o El descubrimiento del Pacifico; narra- 
ciones novelescas de la conquista del Nuevo mundo. [Barcelona] S. I. Seix y 
Barral herms. 237 p. col. plates. (Los grandes exploradores espanoles, 
V. I) [401 

Fernandez de Navarrete, Martin. Viajes de Americo Vespucio. Madrid: 
Calpe. 195 p. (Viajes cUsicos) [402 

Fernandez Guardia, Ricardo. Un gentilhomme pirate. Rev. Amerique latine, 

IV, no. 14 (Feb.) 151-158. [403 
A sketch of Sir Francis Drake. 



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Frati, Carlo. La piil antica carta dell' isola di S. Domingo (15 10) e Pietro 
Martire d'Anghiera. Florence [Italy] Leo S. Olschki, 1921. 24 p. [404 

Fynn, A. J. North America in days of discovery. Boston: R. G. Badger. 
277 p. plates, maps. [406 

The work is . . . ethno-geoKniphic, with three leading components in the foroKround: the multiform 
topography of the country; the territory-holding indigenes . . . and the new comer . . ." 

Garcia, Celso. Aventuras del primer explorador de America, Alvar Nunez 
Cabcza de Vaca, relatadas a los nifios. Barcelona: Casa editorial Araluce. 
158 p. (Los grandcs hombres) [406 

Garcia, Celso. Herndn Cortes; historia de la conquista de Mdxico, adaptada 
para los ninos. Barcelona: Imp. Nunez y comp. 142 p. illus. (P^ginas 
brillantes de la historia) [407 

Garcia, Celso. Pizarro, o, Historia del descubrimiento del Peru, relatado a los 
ninos. Barcelona: Imp. Nunez y comp. 173 p. illus. (Pdginas brillantes 
de la historia) [408 

Gattefosse, R. M. La v6rit6 sur I'Atlantide. Lyon: Anciens 6tablissements 
Legendre. 144 p. " [409 

Heawood, Edward. A hitherto unknown world maj) of a. d. 1506. Geog. jour., 
LXII (Oct.) 279-293. [410 

A map recently purchased by the British museum, which "may apparently claim to be the very firs^ 
map in which the discoveries in the New world arc represented at all, since the date 150G places it a yea"" 
before the great map of Waldseemiiller . . . discovered by Father Fischer in 1901." The author of the 
map was Giovanni Matteo Contarini, the engraver and publisher, Francesco Rosselli. 

Holmes, Frank R. Early discoveries and explorations. Americana, XVII (Jan.) 
86-101. [411 

A chapter from the "History of Bergen county, New Jersey" (N. Y. and Chicago: Lewis hist. pub. 
CO.) now in press. 

Howay, F. W. The Spanish discovery of British Columbia in 1774. Canad. 
HIST. ASSOC. REP., 1923, 49-55. [412 

Concerned with the expedition of Juan Perez in 1774. 

Kohne, Christopher J. James Marquette, the soldier of the Cross. III. Cath. 
HIST. REV., VI (July) 89-95. [413 

lago y Gonzales, Manuel. La firma de Crist6bal Col6n. Real acad. hist. 
BOL., LXXXII, 297-299. [413a 

langlois, Louis. Etude sur deux cartes d'Oronce Fine de 1531 et 1536. Soc. 
Amer. Paris jour., n. s. XV, 83-97. [414 

Discusses these two world maps of 1531 and 1536 particularly in relation to America. 

larson, Laurence Marcellus. The Vinland voyages. Am. Scandinavian rev., 
XI (Sept.) 531-537. [415 

latorre, German. Los espanoles y Portugueses en ultramar; la cuesti6n del 
Maluco. Centro estud. Am. Sevilla bol., aiio X, nos. 62-64, p. 1-11; nos. 
65-66, p. 77-82. [416 

Cont. from ano IX, 1922. 

Lettre escrite de Cayenne; contenant ce qvi s'est pass4 en la descente des Fran- 
cois, & leur establissement en TAmerique. A Paris, Chez Gvillavme de Lvyne, 
Marchand Libraire, au Palais, sous la montee de la Cour des Aydes. 1653. 
[Boston, 1923] facsim.: 14 numbered leaves. [Americana series; photostat 
reproductions by the Massachusetts historical society, no. 88] [417 

One of 10 photostat copies reproduced from the original in the Bibliotheque nationale, Paris, April 
1923. 

Lollis, Cesare de. Cristoforo Colombo nella leggenda e nella storia. 3. ed., 
riveduta e accresciuta d'una disquisizione critica. Roma: Fratelli Treves. 
317 p. (PubbKcazioni dell' Istituto Cristoforo Colombo) [418 

Mahan, Bruce E. The discoverv of Iowa. III. Cath. hist, rev., VI (Julv) 
14-21; and Palimpsest, IV (July) 215-228. [419 

Concerned with the explorations of Marquette and Joliet in the Mississippi Vallej'^ region. 

Manfroni, Camillo. La patria de Col6n. Riv. marit., LV (Oct. 1922). [420 



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Manfroni, CamiUo. Sui recenti negatori dell' italianat^ di Colombo. Atti del 
Reale istituto veneto di scienze, lettere ED ARTi (Venice) LXXXII, pt. 2 
(Oct. 1922). [421 

Manzi, Michel. Le livre de I'Atlantide. Preface de Francis de Miomandre. 
Paris: Maurice Glomeau, 1922. xii, 146 p. maps. [422 

Menzies, Archibald. Menzies' journal of Vancouver's voyage, April to October, 
1792. Edited with botanical and ethnological notes, by C. F. Newcombe . . . 
and a biographical note by J. Forsyth. Printed by authority of the Legislative 
assembly. Victoria, B. C: Printed by W. H. Culhn. xx, 171 p. plates, 
ports., maps, facsims. (Archives of British Columbia. Memoir no. V) [423 
Within the time included in the extract from the journal here given the expedition under Captain 
Vancouver coasted along the mainland shore from latitude 35° 25' north off what was then known as 
New Albion, but now included in northern California, to latitude 52° 18'. 

Merino y ;Alvarez, Abelardo. Col6n; la leyenda de su vida en la historia y en 
el arte. Madrid: Imp. del Patronato de huerfanos de intendencia e inter- 
vencion militares. 47 p. (Publicaciones de la Real sociedad geografica) [424 
Also published in Real soc. geog. bol., LXIV, no. 1, 57-101. 

Merino y Alvarez, Abelardo. Juan Sebastidn del Cano; estudios historicos. 
Madrid: Imp. del Patronato de huerfanos de intendencia e intervencion mili- 
tares. 168 p. [425 

Merino y Alvarez, Abelardo. La premiere croisiere autour du globe. Soc. geog. 
Quebec bul., XVII (Sept.) 230-235. [426 

Translation of an article published in the Revista geografica colonial y mercantil (Madrid), XIX, 
num. 3, 1922. 

Middaugh, Ruth B. Father Marquette. III. Cath. hist, rev., VI (July) 22-27; 
and Palimpsest, VI (July) 22-27. [427 

Monteiro, Mario. Aleixo Garcia, descobridor portuguez do Paraguay e da 
Bolivia, em 1524-1525. Lisboa: H. E. G. de Carvalho. 69 p. port., illus. 
(inch facsims.). [428 

Oviedo y Valdez, Gonzalo Fernandez de. The expedition of Panfilo de Narvdez by 
Gonzalo Fernandez Oviedo y Valdez. Ed. by Harbert Davenport. Southw. 
HIST. QUAR., XXVII (Oct.) 120-139. [429 

Offers the first complete English version of the account of the Narvaez expedition that was incorpo- 
rated by Oviedo in his "Historia general y natural de las Indias," first published as Book XXXV of 
the third edition of that New world chronicle at Salamanca in 1547. 

"As an historical source the most valuable portion of Oviedo's narrative, as compared with the two 
relations by Cabeza de Vaca, is his paraphrase of Andres Dorantes' independent account of the journey 
of the Mal-Hado survivors along the Texas coast in the spring of 1529, and their subsequent adventures 
until Cabeza de Vaca rejoined them at the ' River of Nuts,' in the autumn of 1534." 

[Oviedo y Valdez, Gonzalo Fernandez de. Segvnda parte de la natural y general 
*'"* historia de las Indias, yslas y tierra firme del mar Occeano. [Libro xx] [n. p., 

155-?] [Boston, 1923] facsim.: 128 leaves, illus. [Americana series; photo- 
stat reproductions by the Massachusetts historical society, no. 100] [429a 

One of 10 photostat copies reproduced from the original in the Ayer collection, Newberry library, 
October, 1923. 

Pacifique, Rev. Pere. Jacques Cartier a Carleton. Soc. geog. Quebec bul., 
XVII (Mar.) 75-79. [430 

Pacifique, Rev. Pere. Jacques Cartier a I'lle du Prince-Edouard. Soc. geog. 
Quebec bul., XVII (Jan.) 9-15. [431 

Pennington, J. The backers of Columbus. Mentor, XI (Oct.) 36-38. [432 

Pereyra, Carlos. La conquista de las rutas oceanicas. Madrid: Imp. de Juan 
Pueyo. 297 p. [433 

Perez Bustamente, Ciriaco. La bula de Alejandro VI y el meridiano de demar- 

cacion. Portugueses y espaholes en Oceania. La expedicion de Lopez de 

Villalobos. Canarias: Imp. de Sue. de M. Curbelo. 59 p. [434 

" Discurso leido en la Seccion universitaria de Canarias en la . . . apertura del Curso de 1922 a 1923.' ' 

Pigafetta, Antonio. Relation du premier voyage autour du monde par Magellan. 
1519-1522, Edition du texte frangais d'apres les manuscrits de Paris et de 
Cheltenham, par J. Denuce. An vers: G. Janssens; Paris: Leroux. 290 p. 
illus. (Recueil de voyages et de documents pour servir a I'histoire de la 
gcographie depuis le XIII« jusqu'a la fin du XVI« siecle. XXIV) [435 

At head of title: Pigafetta. 



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Pineiro Requejo, Constantino. Las caleiidas de la raza; Col6n, espanol? Ex- 
celsior (Mexico) VII« ano, t. V, no. 2399 (Oct. 12). (436 

Plischke, Hans. Christoph Columbus; die Entdeckung Amerikas, nach zeitge- 
nossischen Quellen bcarb. Leipzig: Brockhaus. 159 p. (Altcn Reisen und 
Abcntcuer, V) [437 

Pulido Rubio, Jose. El piloto mayor dc la Casa de la contrataci6n dc Scvilla. 
Pilotos mayores del siglo xvi (Datos biografieos). Sevilla: Zarzuela. viii, 
291 p. (Publicaciones del Ccntro oficial de estudios americanistas de Sevilla. 
Biblioteca colonial americana. t. X) (438 

Reprinted from the Boletin del C ntro ofitial de estudios aincricauistas de Sevilla, afios X-XI. 

A study of the office of j)ilot major o; the Casa de la contratacion and the functions which he exercised 
in the maritime expeditions for the discovery and exploration of new lands. 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXX (Jan. 1<J25) 386-387. 

Pulliam, William E. Columbus light: proposed Pan American monument. Pa.v 
Am. union bul., LVI (Mar.) 254-2G2. (439 

Outlines the project now under way for a Pan .\merican memorial to Columbus to consist of a mau 
soleum and lighthouse on the island of Santo DominRo. 
Also published in Spanish in the Bolet:n de la Union panamericana, LVI (Apr.) 360-3G9. 

Ricard, Robert. Le probleme de la d6couverte du Brdsil. Bul. hisp., XXV, 
no. 1 (Jan.) 59-80. [440 

Roddis, Louis H. The Norsemen in the New world. Minneapolis, Minn.: 
Augsburg publishing house. 70 p. illus. (incl. map) plate. (441 

Contents.— The Kensington rune stone. Iceland and Greenland. The saga. The viking ships 
and sailors. The lost colonies. 

Schuller, Rudolph. La nacionalidad del descubridor de America. Excelsior 
(Mexico) VIJo ano, t. V, no. 2399 (Oct. 12). (442 

Schurig, Arthur. Die Eroberung von Mexiko durch Ferdinand Cortes. Mit d. 
cigenhiind. Bcrichten d. Feldherrn an Kaiser Karl V. v. 1520 u. 1522, Hrsg. 
V. Arthur Schurig. Leipzig: Insel-Verlag. 500 p. map. (Memoiren u. Chro- 
niken) [443 

Scotto, Carlo Centurione. Sul luogo d'origine di Cristoforo Colombo. Genova: 
F.lli Waser & co. [192-] 27 p. [444 

Spalding, H. S. Who discovered the Mississippi? III. Cath. hist, rev., VI 
(July) 40-49. [445 

Steck, Francis Borgia. The discovery of the Mississippi river. III. Cath. 

HIST. REV., VI (July) 50-65. (446 

The writer believes that the distinction of having discovered the Mississippi river should be ascribed 

to the Spanish (either Cab6za de Vaca in 1528 or Hernando de Soto in 1541) rather than to the French. 

Sundby-Hansen, Harry. Leif Ericson conquering America. Am. Scandinavian 
REV., XI (Sept.) 538-547. [447 

Traces the progress which has been made in the movement to accord Leif Ericson recognition as the 
first European to discover North America, and describes Leif Ericson memorials in this countrj\ 

Thompson, Joseph J. Marquette and Jolliet. III. Cath. hist, rev., VI 
(July) 3-4. (448 

Introductory note in regard to the commemoration of the 250th anniversary of the discovery of the 
Mississippi river by Marquette and Joliet. 

A Trve relation of that which lately hapned to the great Spanish Fleet, and 
Galeons of Terra Firma in America. With many strange Deliueries of Cap- 
taines, and Souldiers in the tempest, and other remarkable Accidents, worthy 
the Obseruation. Also, A catalogue of those persons of account, which eyther 
perished in this Tempest, or were miraculously prescrucd. Faithfully trans- 
lated out of the Spanish Originall, as it is printed and published in Madrid, 
Sevil, LisTibone and other places. London. Printed for Nathaniel Butter, 
Nicholas Bourne, and William Sheffard, 1623. (Boston, 1923] facsim.r 
28 numbered leaves. [Americana series; photostat reproductions by the 
Massachusetts historical society, no. 91] , [449 

One of 10 photostat copies reproduced from the original in the Henry E. Huntington library, Cali- 
fornia, June 1923. 



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Unamuno, Pedro de. Unamuno's voyage to California in 1587. Cal. hist. 
see. QUAE., II (July) 140-160. [450 

Introduction, by H. R. Wagner. 

Translation of the copy of Unamuno's narrative of the voyage, contained in the Archive de Indias, 
Seville. The translation was made by Miss Irene A. Wright. 

Vasconcellos, Ernesto de. A carta planisferica de Alberto Cantino. Boletim 
DA SociEDADE DE GEOGRAPHiA (Lisbon) XL (1922) 308-316. [451 

[Vespucci, Amerigo] Van der nieuwer werelt oft landtscap nieuwelicx gheuode 
vade doorluch tighe con. va Portugael door de alder beste pyloet ofte zeekender 
d'werelt [Antwerp, Jan van Doesborch, 1508?] [Boston, 1923] facsim.: 16 
leaves, illus. [Americana series; photostat reproductions by the Massa- 
chusetts historical society, no. 81] [452 

A translation of Vespucci's letter to Lorenzo de Medici, on his third American voyage, undertaken in 
1501 for the King of Portugal. 

For description cf. Catalogue of the John Carter Brown library, 1919, v. I. 

One of 10 photostat copies reproduced from the original in the John Carter Brown library, January 
1923. 

Weld, Laenas G. Pointing the way. III. Cath. hist, rev., VI (Julv) 34-39; 
and Palimpsest, IV (July) 205-214. " [453 

An account of early French explorations in the Mississippi valley region. 

Wieder, F. C, ed. De reis van Mahu en de Cordes door de Straat van Magalhaes 
naar Zuid-Amerika en Japan, 1598-1600; scheepsjournaal, rapporten, brieven, 
zielaanwijzingen, kaarten, enz. Eerste deel. De uitreeding en de scheeps- 
tocht. 's-Gravenhage : Martinus Nijhoff. xv, 319 p. illus., plates, ports., 
maps. (Werken uitgegeven door de Linschoten-vereeniging, XXI) [454 

Contents. — De uitreeding. Documenten over de uitreeding. Wijdtloopigh verhael van tgene de 
vijf schepen door de Straet Magellana wedervaren is meest beschreven door M. Barent lansz. cirurgijn 
Lotgevallen in Zuid-Amerika en bij Tidor. 

Wiener, Leo. Africa and the discovery of America, v. II-III. Phila.: Innes 
and sons, 1922. 2 v. [455 

Discusses documentary information relating to "the presence in America of cotton, tobacco and shell 
money, before the discovery of America by Columbus . . . The accumulated evidence is overwhelm- 
ingly in favor of an introduction of the articles under discussion from Africa by European or negro 
traders, decades earlier than 1492. " cf. Foreword to v. II. 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXVIII (July 1923) 734-736. 

Williams, Mary Wilhelmine. The Vinland sagas and the historians. Am. 
Scandinavian bev., XI (Jan.) 42-45. [456 

An examination of the attitude of historical writers towards the story of the discovery of America by 
Icelanders and Norwegians. 

Wood, Eric. Famous voyages of the great discoverers. N. Y.: T. C. Crowell co. 
270 p. maps, plate. [Told through the ages series] [457 

Zas, Enrique. Galicia, patria de Colon; obra patrocinada por el Comite pro- 
Colon de la Habana. Habana: Imp. P. Fernandez y ca. 291 p. illus., 
ports. [458 
"Tomo I de los Apendices de la Historia de Cuba." 



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Maclean, J. Kennedy. Heroes of the farthest North and farthest South, by 
J. Kennedy Maclean; revised and enlarged by J. Walker McSpadden. N. Y.: 
Crowell. viii, 298 p. plates, ports., fold. maps. [459 

The story of polar conquest from the earliest times. 

Rouch, Jules. La conquete du Pole Nord. Rev. maritime, n. s., no. 43 (Julv) 
17-53. [460 

Eouch, Jules. L'expedition canadienne de Vilhjalmur Stefansson au nord de 
r Alaska et dans I'archipel polaire americain (1913-1918). Geographie 
XL, 482-486. [461 

Rouch, Jules. Le pole nord; histoire des voyages arctiques. Paris: Ernest 
Flammarion. 249 p. illus., plates, maps. [462 

Stefansson, Vilhjdlmur. Hunters of the great North. London: Harrap. 287 p. 
illus., plates, ports., maps. [463 



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Anburey, Thomas. Travels through the interior parts of America, by Thomas 
Aiiburcy, heutenaiit in the army of Burgoyne. With a foreword by Major- 
General William Harding Carter. Boston and N. V.: Houghton Mifflin co. 
2 V. map. [464 

Reprint of a book which first appeared in England in 1789. 

Rev. in: Canad. hist, rev., V (June 1924) 175-176. 

Bailey, Vernon. Maximilian's travels in the interior of North America, 1832 to 
1834. Natural hist., XXIII (July) 337-343. [465 

Beadle, Erastus F. To Nebraska in '57; a diary of Erastus F. Beadle, printed 
from the original manuscript . . . [N. Y.] The New York public library. 89 
p. front, (facsim.) plate, map. [466 

"This diary records the journey of a citizen of BufTalo to his preempted lands near Omaha, Nebraska, 
between March and October, 1857. it reflects the incidents of travel, . . . the political sentiments of 
the day, the Rreat emigration to the new territory, life in Nebraska, and . . . the financial panic of 1S57." 

Reprinted from the Bulletin of the New York publiclibrary of February and March, 1923 (v. XXVII, 
nos. 2 and 3). 

Bellessort, Andre. A travers les pays et les livres; reflets de la vieillc Amerique. 
Paris: Librairie acad^mique Perrin et cie. 315 p. [467 

CrevecoBur, St. Jean de. Letter from St. Jean de Crevecoeur. Mass. hist. soc. 
PKOc, LV, 42-40. [468 

Translation of a letter from St. Jean de Crevecoeur to the Due de la Rochefoucauld, June C, 1788, in 
which he describes the settlements west of the Allegheny mountains. The translation was read by Mr. 
Charles P. Oreenough, the owner of the letter. 

Damon, Samuel C. A trip from the Sandwich Islands to lower Oregon, and upper 
California; or. Thirty leaves selected from "Our log-book". Honolulu, Oahu, 
H. I.: Printed at the Polynesian office, 1849. Tarrytown, N, Y.: Reprinted, 
W. Abbatt. 86 p. (Tlie JNIagazine of history with notes and queries. Extra 
number, no. 97) [469 

The writer of this journal was an early missionary to the Hawaiian Islands. His journal of a trip from 
the Islands to Oregon and California in 1849 contains material of interest on the early history of the Pacific 
coast. It was first published in "The Friend." v. VII, nos. G-12, 1849. 

Dore, Benjamin. The journal of Benjamin Dore, one of the Argonauts. Cal. 
HIST. soc. quae., II (July) 87-139. [470 

Introduction, by Charles L. Camp. 
Opens with a detailed account of the trip around the Horn in 1850. 

Faris, John T. Seeing the Middle West. Phila. and London: Lippincott. 253 p. 
plates. [471 

[Filson, John] Two westward journeys of John Filson, 1785. Ed. bv Bevcrlev W. 
Bond, jr. Miss. Valley hist, rev., IX (Mar.) 320-330. ^ '[472 

Copy of a manuscript journal found among the Filson papers, Kentucky manuscripts, Draper 
collection, in the library of the State historical society of Wisconsin. 

Consists of a journal of two voyages from the falls of Ohio to Post St. Vincent (Vincennes) on the 
Wabash River. 

Flint, Thomas. Diarv of Dr. Thomas FHnt, Cahfornia to Maine and return, 1851- 
1855. So. Cal. hist. soc. pub., XII, pt. 3, 53-127. [473 

Hale, Richard L. The log of a forty-niner; journal of a voyage from Newbury-port 
to San Francisco in the brig Genl. Worth, commanded by Capt. Samuel Walton, 
kept by Richard L. Hale . . . [edited by] Carolyn Hale Russ. Boston, Mass.: 
B. J. Brimmer co. 183 p. illus., plates, ports., facsims. [474 

"Being the record of adventures bv sea and shore to the California goldfields and the Pacific North- 
west, 1849-1854." 

Henderson, Archibald. Washington's southern tour, 1791. Boston and X. Y. : 
Houghton Mifflin co. xxvii, 339 p. plates, ports., facsims. [476 

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Knight, William H. An emigrant's trip across the plains in 1859. So. Cal. hist. 
soc. PUB., XII, pt. 3, 32-41. [476 

Reminiscence of his trip to California in 1859. 

Lewis, Henry. Das illustrirte Mississippithal, dargestellt in 80 nach der Natur 
aufgenommenen Ansichten vom Wasserfalle zu St. Anthony an bis zum Golf 
von Mexico . . . Nebst einer historischen und geographischen Beschreibung 
der den Fluss begranzenden Lander, mit besonderer Riicksicht auf die Verschie- 
denen den obern Mississippi bewohnenden Indianerstamme. (Deutsch und 
EngKsch.) Von George B. Douglas. With two portraits of Henry Lewis and 
an introduction by J. Christian Bay. Leipzig: H. Schmidt und C. Glinther; 
[etc., etc.] xii, 431 p. illus., 79 pi. (78 col., 1 fold.) 2 mounted ports, (incl. 
front.) (Reprints of rare Americana no. 3) [477 

Originally issued in parts nos. 1-3, 1854; nos. 4-6, 1855, "nach dem englischen original Text deutsch 
bearbeitet, von George B. Douglas", Diisseldorf, Arnz und co.; nos. 7-20 " (Deutsch und Englisch.) 
Von George B. Douglas", Diisseldorf, Elkan, Baumer und co., 1857. 

Merriam, C. Hart. Earliest crossing of the deserts of Utah and Nevada to southern 
California: route of Jedediah S. Smith in 1826. Cal. hist. soc. quae., II (Oct.) 
228-236. [478 

Merriam, C. Hart. First crossing of the Sierra Nevada; Jedediah Smith's trip 
from California to Salt Lake in 1827. Sierra club bul., XI, no. 4, 375-379. 

[479 

Nevins, Allan, comp. and ed. American social history as recorded by British 
travellers. N. Y.: Holt, viii, 577 p. [480 

The compiler has selected characteristic and interesting passages from the books of twenty-five or 
thirty of the ablest British travellers and arranged them to give a view of the development of American 
society from Washington's day to Harding's. 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (July 1924) 778-779. 

North, Marcus. Asahel North — biographical sketch and diary. III. hist. soc. 
JOUR., XV, nos. 3-4, 679-687. [481 

The diary gives an account of his journey from Windsor, Vermont, to the Illinois Territory in 1816. 

Peckham, . A voyage to New York in 1838; voyage from Apalachicola 

to New York, in the ship Coriolanus of 300 tons. Jour. Am. hist., XVII, 
no. 1, 42-51. [482 

Peckham, E. L. My journey out West; account of a journey from Providence, 
Rhode Island, to Iowa City, Iowa and back again, in 1857. Jour. Am. hist., 
XVII, nos. 3-4, 225-235, 341-353. [483 

Starin, Frederick J. Diary of a journey to Wisconsin in 1840. Wis. mag. hist., 
VI (Mar.) 334-345. [484 

The writer's diary of his journey from Montgomery county, N. Y., to Wisconsin, 1840-1841. Con- 
cluded from V. VI, no. 2, Dec. 1922. 

Stryker, Paul. A voyage to California in 1849. N. J. hist. soc. proc, n. s. 
VIII (Oct.) 299-301. [485 

Extract from a letter written by Paul Stryker, of Phillipsburg, N. J., dated July 12, 1849. 

Studley, Hiram W. Letter describing a march to Utah in 1859. Ann. Iowa, 
3d ser., XIII (Apr.) 611-618. [486 

The writer was a member of Co. D, Seventh U. S. Infantry, in the military expedition to quell the 
Mormon disturbances in Utah in 1859. The letter describes the march from Fort Leavenworth to Camp 
Floyd, Utah Territory. 



Comprehensive 



Ballard, G. A. America and the Atlantic. N. Y.: Button, vii, 351 p. maps. 

[487 

A study of the constant action and reaction between the strategic situation of America in the Atlantic 
and the course of its history. The writer traces the development of maritime power from the time of 
Columbus through the periods of Spanish, Dutch, French and English supremacy, in its relation to 

Rev. in: Am. pel. sci. rev., XVIII (May) 413-414. 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY, 1923 33 

Butler, Nicholas Murray. Building the American nation; an essay of interpre- 
tati<jn. Cambridge: The University press; N. Y. : .Scribner. xviii, 375 p. 
ports., maps. (488 

"Lectures delivered on the Sir George Watson foundation for American history, literature, and in- 
stitutions . . . 1923." 

Contents.— Forerunners of the nation: Samuel Adams and Benjamin Franklin. Father of his 
country: George Washington. Master-builders of the nation: .Mexander Hamilton and Jame.s Madi- 
son. Spokesman of the democratic spirit: 'i'homa.s Jcllerson. Welders of the nation in law and public 
opinion: John Marshall, Daniel Webster, and Andrt-w Jackson. Defender and preserver of the nation's 
unity and power: Abraham Lincoln. Fifty years of growth and change, .\ppendix.. 

Kev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Jan. 1924) 378-379. 

Catholic builders of the nation; a symposium on the CatlioHc contribution to the 
civilization of the United States, prepared with the coiiaboratitni (jf Afimiral 
William S. Benson, James J. Walsh, .m. d., the Most Reverend Edward J. 
Hanna, d. d. . . , [and others] by C. E. McGuire . . . managing editor. Boston : 
Continental press. 5 v. plates, ports. [489 

Contains biographies. 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (July 1924) 779-780. 

Daenell, Ernst. Geschichte der Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika. 3. Aufl., neu- 
bearb. und vveitergef. von Adolf Hasenclever. Leipzig: Teubner. 134 p. (Aus 
Natur und Geisteswelt, 147. Bd.) [490 

Faris, John T. Where our history was made. Book one. N. Y. [etc.] Silver, 
Burdett and co. ix, 32G p. illus. [491 

History stories for boys and girls. The writer hopes that "these stories may inspire boys and girls 
with that spirit of devotion to their country and with that veneration for the heroes and patriots who 
have contiibuted to the upbuilding of the nation without which history fails of its highest purpose." 

Gruening, Ernest, ed. These United States; a svmposium. First series. N. Y. : 
Boni and Liveright. x, 388 p. ' [492 

Consists of 27 essays on different states of the Union, by various writers, which first appeared serially 
in the "Nation." 

Haebler, Konrad. Geschichte Amerikas, von Konrad Haebler; durchgesehen von 
Johannes Ilohlfeld. Leipzig: Bibliographisches Institut. viii, 346 p. plates 
(inch ports.) maps. [493 

A revised edition of the work first published in Hans F. Helmolt's Weltgeschichte, v. IX, 1922. 

Hart, Albert Bushnell. We and our history; a biography of the American people 
. . . including the author's analysis of the Constitution of the United States, 
with eighteen full-page drawings by Hanson Booth, fifty pictorial charts by 
Francis J. Rigney, important maps prepared under the direction of Dr. Hart, 
and more than 750 half-tone and line illustrations; Donald F. Stewart, editor. 
N. Y.: The American viewpoint society. 319 p. illus., port. [494 

Hill, Edwin C, ed. The historical register; a record of people, places and events 
in American historv. [v. IV] N. Y. : Edwin C. Hill. 211 p. ports., plates. 

[494a 

Hudson, William Henry, and Irwin S. Guernsey. The United States, from the 
discovery of the American continent to the end of the World war. N. Y. : 
Stokes. 631 p. illus., plates, ports., maps, facsims. [495 

Printed in Great Britain. 

Johnson, Merle, com-p. Howard Pyle's book of the American spirit; the romance 
of American history, pictured by Howard Pyle, comp. by Merle Johnson, with 
narrative descriptive text from original sources, edited by Francis J. Dowd. 
N. Y. and London: Harper, xiii, [4], 344 p. illus., col. plates. [496 

From the sixteenth century to the close of the Civil war. 

Contents.— Coming of the English and the Dutch. The French come upon the scene. The nation. 

Kimpen, Emil. Die Ausbreitungspolitik der Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika. 
Stuttgart [etc.] Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt. viii, 397 p. [497 

Contents. — Vorwort. Einleitung. I. Die Zeit der transkontinentalen Ausbreitungspolitik (1776 bis 
1S48). II. Die Zeit der ainerikanisch-britischen Golfgegnerschaft (18 18-1897). III. Die Zeit dor ameri- 
kanischeu Golfausbreitung (1897 bis jetzt). 

Lintum, C. te. De geschiedenis van het Amerikaanische volk. 2e druk. 
Thieme: Zutphen. iv, 320 p. [498 



34 AMERICAN HISTOKICAL ASSOCIATION 

MacDonald, William. Three centuries of American democracy. N. Y.: Holt, 
vii, 346 p. "^ [499 

The writer has had particularly in mind, in writing this book, "the very large number of persons who 
want to know the main facts and the formative influences in the growth of the United States as a demo- 
cratic nation, but who nevertheless have no time to read elaborate narratives or to study a series of books 
on special periods or topics." It is also intended for the use of students and teachers as a summary 
narrative around which the details of comprehensive reading can be grouped. 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Jan. 1924) 378; Am. pol. sci. rev., XVII (Nov.) 689. 

Pecorini, Alberto. The story of America, prepared by Alberto Pecorini for the 
Massachusetts society of the colonial dames. Boston: Marshall Jones co. 
[6], 237 p. [500 

Added t.-p. in Polish. English and Polish on opposite pages. 

Text-books, Outlines, etc. 

Beard, Charles A., and William C. Bagley. The history of the American people. 
Rev. ed. N. Y.: Macmillan. xvi, 708 p. illus., port., col. plates, maps. [501 
1st edition pub. in 1920. 

Bourne, Henry Eldridge, and Elbert Jay Benton. Story of America and great 
Americans. Boston, N. Y. [etc.] Heath, v, 314 p. illus. (incl. ports., maps, 
facsims.) (Bourne and Benton history series) [502 

Carman, H. J. An outline of social and political history of the United States, 
N. Y.: Pub. by the Educational department of the Workers' university. 
47 p. [502a 

Churchill, George Morton. Historical program. D. A. R. mag., LVII (Jan.- 
May) 30, 88-89, 157-158, 220-221, 306-307. [503 

study outline for the history of the expansion of the United States. 

Contents.— V. Southwestern expansion, 1840-1860. VI. Northwestern expansion, 1803-1867. VII. 
Expansion on the Pacific, 1845-1898. VIII. Building up the West, 1850-1890. IX. Southward expan- 
sion, 1819-1916. 

Cont. from v. LVI, 1922. 

Elson, Henry William. History of the United States of America. [Rev. ed. 
N. Y. : Macmillan co.; London: Macmillan and co. xxxiv, 998, xliv p. [504 

Elson, Henry William, and Cornelia E. MacMullan. The story of our country. 
Book II. Revised edition. Yonkers-on-Hudson and N. Y. : World book co. 
viii, 311 p. illus., maps. (Foundation history series) [505 

History of the nation beginning at the period where Washington assumed the presidency. Written 
for children. 
1st ed., pub. in 1911. 

Ensign, S. Laura, and Miriam Woolson Brooks. Outlines in United States his- 
tory. Rev. 1923. Chicago: A. Flanagan co. 112 p. [506 

Fite, Emerson David. History of the United States. 2d ed., rev. N. Y.: 
Holt, xii, 603 p. illus. (incl. ports.) maps. [507 

Fite, Emerson David. The United States. N. Y.: Holt, xiii, 502 p. illus., 
maps. [508 

Text-book for elementary grades. 

Fliigel, Felix. Outline of the economic history of the United States. [San 
Francisco: Beringer-Harper co.] 46 p. [509 

Franciscan sisters of perpetual adoration. The cathedral history of the United 
States; a revision of A history of the United States for Catholic schools, 
prepared and arranged by the Franciscan sisters of the perpetual adoration, 
St. Rose convent, La Crosse, Wis. Chicago, Atlanta [etc.] Scott, Foresman 
and CO. 542 p. illus., maps. [510 

Gordy, Wilbur Fisk. Elementary history of the United States. N. Y., Chicago 
[etc.] Scribner. xviii, 372 p. illus., port., maps. [511 

Gordy, Wilbur Fisk. Leaders in making America; an elementary histor}- of the 
United States. N. Y., Chicago [etc.] Scribner. ix, 478 p. illus., maps. [512 

Guide to American history; outline of the course, examination papers, model 
answers. N. Y. : Fordham pub. co. vi, 105 p. illus. (map) (Review 
series) [513 



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Guitteau, William Backus. Our United States; a history. N. Y., Newark [etc.] 
Silver, iiurdctt and co. xi, 645, xlvi p. illii.s., maps. (514 

1st edition, 1919. 

Halleck, Reuben Post. History of our country, for higher grades. N. Y., Cin- 
cinnati (etc.] Am. bk. co. vi, 534, vii-xxxviii p. illus. (incl. facsims.) col. 
plates, maps. [516 

Hulbert, Archer Butler. The making of tlie American republic. Garden City, 
N. Y.: Doubleday, Page and co. xx, 056 p. illus. (inch ports., facsims.) 
maps. ^ /i 0»-^ >1 Cj>< f^^^ 



Issued also under title: United States history. 



1427181 



James, James Alton, and Albert Hart Sanford. American history. N. Y., 
Chicago [etc.] Scribner. xvii, 626 p. illus. (incl. ports., maps). [517 

1st edition, 1909. 

Keystone view company. American history; teachers' guide, a special .set of 300 
lantern slides and 300 stereographs. Meadville, Penn.: Keystone view co.. 
Educational department. 86 p. i)orts. [518 

Long, William J. America; a history of our country. Boston, X. Y. [etc.] Ginn 
and CO. vii, 531, xlviii p. illus. (incl. ports.) col. plates, maps. [519 

Text-book for the grades. 

McLaughlin, Andrew C, and Claude Halstead Van Tyne. A history of the United 
States for schools. N. Y. and London: Appleton. xiii, 503, Ixxii p. illus., 
maps. [520 

5th edition. 

Mowry, William A., and Arthur May Mowry. First steps in the history of our 
country, by William A. Mowry and Arthur May Mowry; enlarged by Alex 
Mathews Arnett. New York, Newark [etc.] Silver, Burdett and co. 356 p. 
illus. (incl. ports., maps). [521 

Muzzey, David Saville. An American history. Rev. ed. Boston, N. Y. [etc.] 
Ginn and co. x, 539, xlviii p. illus., plates, ports., maps. [522 

Nichols, Roy Franklin, and John Allen Krout. A syllabus for the general course 
in American history. With an introduction to historical method, by Dixon 
Ryan Fox. N. Y. : Columbia university. 116 p. [523 

"This syllabus has been prepared as a guide for the students of Columbia college electing the general 
course in American history. " 

Nida, William L. Following Columbus; a primarv historv. N. Y.: Macmillan. 
viii, 284 p. illus. ' ■" [524 

Contents. — pt. I. Discovery and exploration, pt. II. The New World settled. 

Our nation's builders; a Catholic textbook in American history for grades 5 and 6, 
by S. M. G., s. H. N. Chicago, N. Y. [etc.] B. H. Sanborn and co. x, 370 p. 
illus., maps. [525 

Thwaites, Reuben Gold, and Calvin Noyes Kendall. A history of the United 
States for grammar schools. Revised by Frederic L. Paxson. Boston, N. Y. 
[etc.] Houghton Mifflin co. xxvi, 528, xlii p. illus. (incl. ports.) plate, maps. 
(The Tappan-Kendall series of elementary histories) [526 

Turkington, Grace A. My country; a textbook in civics and patriotism for 
young Americans. Rev. ed. Boston, N. Y. [etc.] Ginn. v, 418 p. illus. 
(incl. map). [527 

XJ. S. Navy dept. Navigation bureau. American naval history, assignments 1-17, 

course based on Story of our navy (1918 edition); course and text by William 

Oliver Stevens. Washington: Gov. print, off. 30 p. (Navy education-study 

courses) [528 

Printed for official use. 



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Miscellaneous 

L'Amerique et le bonheur du genre humain. Rev. Amerique latine, IV, nos. 
14-17 (Feb.-May.) 97-103, 217-225, 314-320. [629 

A symposium by French writers of to-day, in response to an inquiry put forth by the "Revue," in 
regard to certain phases of the influence of America upon mankind— (1) The discovery and settlement 
of America by Europeans, was it beneficial to the Indians; to the Europeans? (2) The influence of 
America upon European political affairs, commerce, and life, has it been good or otherwise? (3) Can 
we, from the past and present, prophecy in regard to the influence of America upon the destinies of 
Europe? 

Brogan, Evelyn. Famous horses of American history. San Antonio, Tex.: 
Forum pub. co. 121 p. plates. [530 

Hathaway, Carson C. The story of Arlington national cemetery. Americana, 
XVII (Apr.) 145-152. [531 

Herrick, Francis Hobart. The eagle as a national emblem. Western Reserve 
UNIV. BUL., XXVI, no. 8 (Aug.). [532 

Moss, James A. The flag of the United States, how to display it, how to respect 
it, and the story of "The star spangled banner". Menasha, Wis.: G. Banta 
pub. CO. 33 p. illus. [533 

Roux-Parassac, Emile. Le decouverte de I'Amerique et ses consequences mon- 
diales. Le "Columbus day". L'Union panatlantique. La Maison des 
nations. Paris: L'Union panatlantique. 48 p. [534 

Rummell, H. D. Old Glory, a study in the history of the flag of the United States. 
[Charleston, W. Va.] The West Virginia Elks association. 44 p. col. plates. 

[535 

Snyder, Homer P. History of the flag. Herkimer co. hist. see. pap., V, 
209-216. [536 

Tillett, Wilbur Fisk. The hand of God in American history; a study of Divine 

Providence as seen in the life and mission of a nation. Nashville, Tenn.: 

Cokesbury press. 55 p. [537 
Reprinted from the Methodist quarterly review, LXXI, 1922. 

Colonial History to 1763 

General 

Basye, Arthur H. Abstract of commissions and instructions to colonial governors 
in America: 1740. Am. hist, assoc. rep., for the year 1919, I, 327-349. [538 
Copy of a document found among the Newcastle papers in the British museum. 

Brigham, Clarence Saunders. Franklin's German newspaper, 1751-52. Mass. 
hist. soc. proc, LVI, 301-305. [539 

Remarks concerning the writer's recent discovery of Benjamin Franklin's German and English news- 
paper of 1752, in the Massachusetts historical society. This is the first bilingual newspaper in America. 

Burns, John F. Controversies between royal governors and their assemblies 
in the northern American colonies. Boston, Mass.: Priv. print. [Wright 
and Pottel- print, co.] 447 p. [540 

Published also as thesis (ph. d.)— Catholic university of America. 

This study in colonial administration is confined to Massachusetts, New York and New Jersey, 
between the English revolution of 1688 and the American revolution of 1775-1783. 
Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (July 1924) 804-805. 

Cowell, Henry J. George Fox and America. Landmark, V (June) 381-384. 

[541 

Deals with his missionary endeavors in America, 1671-1673. 

Jackson, Joseph. American colonial architecture. Building (Phila.) Ill 
(May-Dec). [542 



WRITINGS ON AMEBICAN HISTORY, 1923 37 

Jameson, John Franklin, ed. Privatcoring and piracy in the colonial period: 
illustrative documents, edited under the auspices of the National s(jciety of 
the colonial dames of America. N. Y.: Macmillan. xxvi, G19 p. (543 

"The object of the following collection of documents is not to give the whole history of any episode of 
piracy or of the career of any privateer, but rather, by approi)riate selection, to illustrate, as well as is 
possible in one volume, all the dilferent asjjects of both employments, and to present specimens of all the 
dilTerent sorts of papers to which they give rise. Nearly all the pieces are documents hitherto unprinted." 

Kev.in: Am. hi.st. rev., XXIX (.\pr. 1924) 564-505; Am. jour, internal, law, XVIII (July 1924) 043-644; 
Canad. hist, rev., V (Sept. 1924) 270-271. 

Jeudwine, J. W. Studies in empire and trade. London, N. Y. [etc.] Longmans, 
liii, 4(53 p. maps. (544 

Uritish and French in North America: p. 322-330. The Seven years' war and after: p. 3.37-347. 

These chapters deal with the early British and French settlements in North America and the Anglo- 
French struggle for control in the western hemisphere. 

Rev. in: Canad. hist, rev., IV (Dec.) 333. 

Kimball, Fiske. Domestic architecture of the American colonies and of the earlv 
republic. N. Y.: Scribner, 1922. xx, 314 p. [545 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Oct. 1923) 147-148. 

Kirkpatrick, J. E. The British college in the American colonies. School and 
soc, XVLT (Apr. 28) 449-453. (546 

Concerned with Harvard, William and Mary, Yale, Brown, and Dartmouth colleges. 

le Conte, Rene. Colonisation et Emigration allemandes en Am^rique, avant 
1815. Soc. GEOG. QuKBEC BUL., XVII (Mar.-May) 80-89, 164-176. [547 
Reprinted from the Journal de la Soci6t6 des Am6ricanistes de Paris, n. s., t. XIV, 1922. 

Tandy, Elizabeth C. Our colonial heritage of community medicine. N. Y. 
STATE HIST. ASSOC. JOUR., IV (Jan.) 49-54. [548 

Concerned with medical practice in the colonies and the measures taken to secure community medical 
service as seen in early town records. 

Washburne, George Adrian. Imperial control of the administration of justice 
in the thirteen American colonies, 1684-1776, N. Y. : Columbia university 
[etc.] 191 p. (Columbia univ. stud., v. CV, no. 2; whole no. 238) [549 

Published also as thesis (ph. d.)— Columbia university, 1923. 
Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Apr. 1924) 000-007. 

Wright, Arnold. The romance of colonisation, being the story of the economic 
development of the British Empire. London and N. Y. : A. Melrose, xviii, 
388 p. (550 

There are chapters dealing with early English voyages to and colonization in America, the develop- 
ment of English colonial policy, and trade and navigation acts. 

French and Indian War 

Parwell, John W. Letter of William FKnt, 1756. Col. soc Mass. pub., XXIV, 
438-441. (651 

Remarks in communicating a letter, here reprinted, written by William Flint, dated at Half Moon 
(now Waterford, N. Y.) 14 July, 1756. The letter throws light on the conditions in the camp at Half 
Moon where Gen. Shirley had collected troops and stores for an expedition against Crown Point and 
to provide for the defence of Oswego. 

Holland, Samuel. Anew account of the death of Wolfe. Ed. by A. G. Doughty. 
Canad. hist, rev., IV (Mar.) 45-55. ^ (552 

a letter written by Samuel Holland, a participant in the battle of the Plains of Abraham, in which 
he describes the events of the battle and the death of Wolfe. The letter was found among the corre- 
spondence of John Graves Simcoe, and is dated June 10th, 1792. 

Kemper, Charles E. French and Indian war historical notes. Wm. axd Mary 
QUAR., 2d ser.. Ill (Jan.-Apr.) 36-39, 91-94. (553 

Notes from Augusta county, Va.. records, selected to locate as nearly as possible the place where, 
and the time when, the invasions of Virginia by the Indians during the French and Indian war occurred. 

Roy, Pierre Georges. Ou fut sign6 la capitulation de Quebec le 18 septembre 
1759? BuL. RECHERCHEs HIST., XXIX (Feb.) 66-68. [554 

Shoemaker, Henry W. The Cumberland Valley and the Highland regiments. 
Chambersburg, Pa. [Kittochtinny historical society] 11 p. (Kittochtinny 
hist. soc. pap., v. X, no. 4) [555 

An account of the services of the Highland regiments in the campaigns in western Pennsylvania 
under General Forbes and General Bouquet, in the French and Indian war. 



38 AMEKICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Regional Colonial 

[Arranged geographically] 

Adams, James Truslow. Revolutionary New England, 1691-1776. Boston: 
Atlantic monthly press, xiv, 469 p. illus. (facsims.) plates, ports. [556 

The second volume in a series dealing with the history of New England. In the present volume the 
story is carried from 1691 to the Declaration of independence and the ending of the colonial status of the 
Xew England settlements. In discussing the Revolutionary period the writer lays stress upon the 
domestic social revolution and traces the origin of grievances, the slow growth of revolutionary senti- 
ment and the rise of the radical party. 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Jan. 1924) 343-344; Am. pol. sci. rev., XVIII (Feb. 1924) 182-184; Pol. 
sci. quar., XXXIX (Sept. 1924) 514-516. 

Adams, James Truslow. The unexplored region in New England history. Am. 
HIST. REV., XXVIII (July) 673-681. [557 

The writer suggests that in the comparatively unexplored period from 1713 to 1765 are to be found the 
roots of the economic and political struggle which resulted in the overthrow of the existing colonial 
order and the revolt of the colonies. 

Barnes, Viola Florence. The Dominion of New England, a study in British 
colonial policy. New Haven: Yale univ. press; [etc.] viii, 303 p. (Yale 
historical publications. Miscellany. XI) [558 

" The purpose of this study is to show that the most complete expression of the British colonial policy 
in the seventeenth century was the Dominion of New England. By it England attempted to define 
the status of the New England colonies, to bring them into a closer relationship with the mother country, 
and to reform the colonial policy in matters of trade and defense." 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXX (Jan. 1925) 373-375. 

Bicknell, Thomas W. The Narragansett trail. Americana, XVII (Jan.) 40-63. 

[559 

Locates the residence of the Narragansetts and the great Indian trail from the Pawcatuck river to 
Boston, and tells the story of some of the principal events that occurred on or near the trail after the 
arrival of the Plymouth settlers in 1620. 

Chapin, Howard Millar. New England vessels in the expedition against Louis- 
bourg, 1745. Boston [Cambridge: The Murray print, co.] 31 p. illus. [560 

Reprinted from the New England historical and genealogical register for January and April, 1923 
(v. LXXVII, nos. 1 and 2). 

Dow, George Francis. The trial and execution of pirates two centuries ago in 
New England. Old-time New England, XIV (Oct.) 73-82. [561 

Abstracted from a volume published bj^ the Marine research society of Salem, Mass. — "The pirates 
of the New England coast." See no. 562. 

Dow, George Francis, and John Henry Edmonds. The pirates of the New Eng- 
land coast, 1630-1730. Introduction by Capt. Ernest H. Pentecost, r. n. r. 
Salem, Mass.: Marine research society, xxii, 394 p. plates, ports., maps, 
facsims. (Marine research society, Saiem, Mass. Publication no. 2) [562 

Jacobus, Donald Lines. Early New England nomenclature. New Eng. hist. 
AND GENEAL. REG., LXXVII (Jan.) 10-16. [563 

A discussion of the names borne by men and women in the early period of New England history. 

Lodge, Henry Cabot. Return of the Trumbull papers. Mass. hist. soc. proc, 
LV, 30-40. [564 

Remarks of Senator Lodge, as president of the Massachusetts historical society, at the presentation 
to the state of Connecticut of the papers of Governor Jonathan Trumbull, the Revolutionary governor 
of Connecticut. Not a description of the contents of the papers, but rather the writer's reflections 
upon "some larger aspects . . . connected with the return of these papers," such as the significance of 
the early years of New England history and the enduring value of the records of the past. 

Barrage, Henry Sweetser. Gorges and the grant of the province of Maine, 1622: 
a tercentenary manual. [Portland?] Printed for the state, xv, 178 p. plates, 
plan. [565 

Sawtelle, William Otis. Sir Francis Bernard and his grant of Mount Desert. 
Col. soc. Mass. pub., XXIV, 197-254. [566 

Storer, Malcolm. Letters of the Indian captive, Mary Storer of Wells, 1725- 
1737. Mass. hist. soc. proc, LV, 228-233. [567 

Arthur, Robert. Coast forts in colonial New Hampshire. Coast artillery 
jour., LIX (June) 547-553. [568 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY, 1923 39 

Mayo, Lawrence Shaw. Peter Livius, trouble; maker- newly found facts about 
Governor Wentworth's old enemy. Granite mo., LV (Feb.) 83-90. (569 

Baker, George Fales. William Bradford, governor of Plymouth colony, IG21- 
Ki.'i'i, 1035, MVM, H)44-H)4rj. In Pcnnsvlvania society of colonial governors. 
[Publication] V. ir. Phila. p. 128-147. ' [570 

Bittinger, Frederick W. The story of Ihe Pilgrim tercentenary celebration at 
Plvmouth in the vear 1921. Plvnioutii, Mass. [The Memorial press] 155 p. 
ill us. (571 

Bowman, George Ernest. An aut(igraph of Isaac AUerton, the Mavflower pas- 
senger. Mayfl. desc, XXV (July) 97-98. ' [572 

Bowman, George Ernest. An autograph signature of John Alden on a deed from 
Quechataset to Richard Bourne. Mayfl. desc, XXV (Oct.) 14.5-147. [573 

Bowman, George Ernest. Bridget and Samuel Fuller's deed to the church at 
Plymouth [1604] Mayfl. desc, XXV (Apr.) 55. [574 

Bowman, George Ernest. Governor William Bradford's credentials as commis- 
sioner of the united colonies, with an autograph of Mvles Standish. Mayfl. 
DESC, XXV (Jan.) 1-2. " [575 

Bowman, George Ernest. Major William Bradford's confirmation of his mother's 
deed to Richard Sears [1679] with an autograph of John Alden. Mayfl. 
DESC, XXV (Apr.) 49-51. [576 

Bowman, George Ernest. Plymouth colony records of deeds; abstracts of the 
records in volume III. Mayfl. desc, XXV (Apr.- July) 64-66, 135-138. [677 

Bowman, George Ernest. Plymouth colony wills and inventories. Mayfl. 
DESC, XXV (Jan.-July) 37-39, 89-91, 119-123. [578 

Bowman, George Ernest, ed. "Good newes from New England." Mayfl. 
DESC, XXV (Oct.) 151-163. [579 

Reprint of Edward Winslow's "Good newes from New England", with notes by the editor. This 
reprint is to appear in successive issues of the "Mayflower descendant". 

Brewster, William. The origin and influence of the Pilgrims. Wy. hist, and 
GEOL. soc PRoc, XVIII, 99-116. [580 

Edes, Henry H. List of Plymouth colon v freemen, 1675. Col. soc. Mass. 
PUB., XXIV, 149-155. ' [581 

Communication of photostats of a document in the Library of Congress, containing "The list of the 
names of the freemen of the jurisdiction of New Plymouth, anno Dofli 1675." 

Googins, Mary Soule. Women of the "Mavflower" and Plvmouth colonv. 
Medford hist. REG., XXVI (June) 25-34. ^ ' [582 

Horrocks, J. W. The ownership of the ''Mavflower". History, n. s. VII (Jan.) 
280-281. [583 

Howe, Paul Sturtevant. The religious and legal constitution of the Pilgrim state; 
the facts of early Pilgrim history. [Cape May, N. J.: A. R. Hand] 129 p. 
port., plates. [584 

Krug, Ferdinand von. The Pilgrim temple builders. Wy. hist, and geol. soc. 
PROC, XVIII, 117-128. [585 

The purpose of this paper is to speak of the institutions which the Pilgrims founded: the free church, 
the free school, and the free commonwealth. 

Parker, Mrs. Alton Brooks (Amelia Day Campbell). Historic Pilgrim shrines. 
Americana, XVII (Oct.) 357-373. [586 

Plymouth, Mass. First church. Plymouth church records, 1620-1859. Part II. 
Boston: Pub. bv the Society, xii, [471]-848 p. ports., plates, facsims. (Col. 
soc. Mass. pub.; XXIII) [587 

Part I, pub. in 1929. 

" Of the material here presented, only a portion has hitherto appeared in print ... It is believed that 
no more important contribution to the ecclesiastical history of New England has been made than will 
be found in these volumes." 

The records printed in this volume extend from 1732 to 1859. 

Includes comprehensive lists of births, baptisms, marriages, and deaths, which are of genealogical 
value. 



40 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Powell, Walter A. The Pilgrims and their religious, intellectual and civic life. 
Wilmington, Del.: Mercantile print, co. 266 p. plates. [588 

One chapter is devoted to colonial Virginia. 

''The present estate of New-Plimoth" in 1624. Mayfl. desc, XXV (Apr.) 
67-68. [589 

Account of Plymouth in 1624, reprinted from Capt. John Smith's "The General historie of Virginia, 
New-England, and the Summer Isles ... to this present 1626". 

Rand, Edward K. Plymouth plantation and the Golden Age. Col. soc. Mass. 
PUB., XXIV, 182-196. [590 

Warren, Winslow. The Pilgrim spirit. Col. soc. Mass. pub., XXIV, 10-23. 

[591 

Arthur, Robert. Coast forts of colonial Massachusetts. Coast artillery jour., 
LIX (Feb.) 101-122. [692 

I. Cuttyhunk. II. Plymouth. III. Boston and vicinity. 

Bellomont, Richard Coote. His Excellency, The Earl of Bellomont's speech to 
the Honorable the Council and House of Representatives, Conven'd in Gen- 
eral Assembly, at Boston, in His Majesties Province of the Massachusetts- 
Bay in New-England, on Fryday the 2d. of June 1699. [Boston: B. Green 
and J. Allen, printers, 1699] [Boston, 1923] facsim.: 3 numbered leaves. 
[Americana series; photostat reproductions by the Massachusetts historical 
society, no. 84] [592a 

One of 10 photostat copies reproduced from the original in the Public record office, London, February 
1923. 

Coram, Thomas. Letters of Thomas Coram. Mass. hist. soc. proc, LVI, 
15-56. [593 

A number of letters of Thomas Coram, at one time a resident of Taunton, written from London. 
England, during the years 1734-1740. 

Denio, Herbert W. Massachusetts and land grants in Vermont. Col. soc. Mass. 
pub., XXIV, 35-59. [594 

Dow, George Francis. Building agreements in seventeenth-century Massachu- 
setts. Old-time New England, XIII (Jan.) 131-134. [595 

Contents. — Contract for mason work in completing the Corwin house ("The Witch house") at 
Salem, Mass., in 1674-75. 
Cont. from v. XIII, no. 1, July 1922. 

Dow, George Francis. House furnishings in Salem in 1685. Old-time New 
England, XIII (Jan.) 143-145. [596 

Prints a copy of the inventory of the estate of Captain George Corwin, of Salem, in 1685. 

Dow, George Francis. Notes on the use of pewter in Massachusetts during the 
seventeenth century. Old-time New England, XIV (July) 29-32. [597 

Edmonds, John H. A view of Castle William, Boston harbor, about 1729, showing 
a ship of war of the period. Old-time New England, XIV (Oct.) 83-84. [598 

Fahnestock, James Frederick. John Haynes, governor of Massachusetts Bay 
colony, 1635, governor of Connecticut, 1639, and alternate years to 1652. In 
Pennsylvania society of colonial governors. [Publication] v. II. Phila. p. 
93-109. [599 

Foote, Henry W. Notes on some manuscript sermons preached by the Rev. Simon 
Bradstreet in Marblehead, 1743-1769. Col. soc. Mass. pub., XXIV, 23-30. 

[600 

Godwin, Joseph Brown. Thomas Dudley, governor of Massachusetts Bay colony, 
1634, 1640, 1645, 1650. /n Pennsylvania society of colonial governors. [Publi- 
cation] V. II. Phila. p. 67-92. [601 

Hall, Howard J. Two book-lists: 1668 and 1728. Col. soc. Mass. pub., XXIV, 
64-71. [602 

Prints a copy of an early document of the Boston book trade consisting of an inventory of Thomas 
Ratcliff, stationer, of Wapping, England, covering books and stationer's goods in the hands of John 
Ratcliff, of Boston, stationer, 1668; also the inventory of the books left by Mrs. Nathaniel Greene of 
Boston, in 1728. 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY, 1923 41 

Hawthorne, Hildegarde. The witch panic in Salem. Mentoh, XI (June) 13-20. 

[603 

House, Albert Virgil. The lean-to house and the life it sheltered. Danvers hist. 
soc. COLL., XI, 113-133. [604 

A discussion of a type of early New England architecture, with descriptions of the numerous examples 
to be found in Danvers and vicinity. 

Lawrence, Henry W.,jV. A Puritan courtship; relating amusing incidents showing 
how the wily old Puritan judge, Samuel Sewall, won his third helpmeet. Jour. 
Am. hist., XVII, no. 1, 67-72. [605 

Lord, Arthur. Key of Port Royal. Mass. hist. soc. proc, LVI, 10-15. [606 

The key of the fort at A nna{)oiis Royal, the old Port Royal of the French, taken in 1710, was presented 
to the Massachusetts historical society, by Sanniel lielknai), in 1790. Ithiis recently (1922) been returned 
to the Canadian government for deposit with other records in the old fort. 

Massachusetts (Colony) General court. House of representatives. The An- 
swer of the House of Representatives, to His Excellency the Karl of Bello- 
mont's Speech, to the Honorable the Council, and House of Representatives, 
delivered by the Speaker and the whole House in the Council Chamber in 
Boston, on Tuesday the 6th. of June, 1699. [Boston: Printed by Bartholomew 
Green, and John Allen, printers to His Excellency the Governour and Council. 
Sold at the Printing-House. 1699.] [Boston, 1923] facsim.: 2 leaves. [Ameri- 
cana series; photostat reproductions bv the Massachusetts historical societv. 
no. 84] ' [606a 

With Bellomont, Richard Coote. Ills Excellency, The Earl of Bellomont's speech ... 2d. of June 
1699. See no. 592a above. 

One of 10 photostat copies reproduced from the original in the Public record office, London, February 
1923. 

Massachusetts (Colony) Generar court. House of representatives. A Con- 
gratulatory^ Address Of the House of Representatives of His Majesties Province 
of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England, delivered by the Speaker and 
whole House, in the Council Chamber in Boston, on Tuesday the 6th. of June, 
Anno Domini. 1699. To His Excellency, the Earl of Bellomont. [Boston: 
Printed by Bartholomew* Green, and John Allen, Printers to His Excellency 
the Governour and Council, 1699] [Boston, 1923] facsim.: 2 numbered leaves. 
[Americana series; photostat reproductions by the Massachusetts historical 
society, no. 84] ' [606b 

With Bellomont, Richard Coote. His Excellency, The Earl of Bellomont's speech ... 2d of June 
1699. See no. 592a above. 

One of 10 photostat copies reproduced from the original in the Public record oflQce, London, February 
1923. 

Massachusetts (Colony) General court. House of representatives. Journals of 
the House of representatives, 1722-1723. [Boston] The Ma.ssachusetts his- 
torical society, xvii, 233 p. port., facsim. (Massachusetts historical society. 
Journals of the House of Representatives, v. IV) [607 

Introduction signed: Worthington Chauncey Ford. 

The outstanding act of the General court of 1722-1723 was the declaration of war against the Indians. 

Massachusetts (Colony) Lieutenant-Governor. The Address Of the Honor- 
able the Lieutenant Governour Stoughton, in the Name of Himself and of 
his Majesties Council of the Province of the Massachusetts-Bay, unto His 
Excellenc}^ the Earl of Bellomont, immediately after His Lordship's having 
made His Speech unto the General Assembly of said Province, at His first 
meeting of them, on the Second day of June, 1699. [Boston: Printed by 
Bartholomew Green, and John Allen, Printers to His Excellency the Gover- 
nour and Council. Sold at the Printing-House. 1699] [Boston, 1923] 
facsim.: 4 numbered leaves. [Americana series; photostat reproductions by 
the Massachusetts historical society, no. 84] [607a 

With Bellomont, Richard Coote. His Excellency, The Earl of Bellomont's speech . . . 2d. June 
1699. See no. 592a above. 

One of 10 photostat copies reproduced from the original in the Public record office, London, February 
1923. 

Matthews, Albert. Note on Gershom Rawlins (H. C. 1705) and Dudlev Brad- 
street (H. C. 1698). CoL. soc. Mass. pub., XXIV, 2-8. " [608 

Matthews, Albert. The Observator and Increase Mather; a note on seventeenth 
century book-reviewing. Col. soc. Mass. pub., XXIV, 313 — 317. [609 

54381—26 5 



42 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Moore, George F. [Remarks on a book from the library of Judah Monis] Col. 
soc. Mass. pub., XXIV, 146-148. [610 

Judah Monis was the first instructor in Hebrew in Harvard college. 

Park, Lawrence. Joseph Badger of Boston [1708-1765] and his portraits of 
children. Old-time New England, XIII (Jan.) 99-109. [611 

Printf a iist of his portraits of children, with brief description of each. 

Rugg, Arthur Prentice. The office of attorney-general. Mass. hist. soc. proc, 
LVI, 171-173. [612 

Remarks on presenting a photostatic copy of a record from the SufTolk county court files (no. 1857, 
Council record of 1680) in which the appointment of Anthony Checkley as attorney-general is noted. 
This is probably the earliest appearance in the Commonwealth of a district attorney. 

[Thacher, Oxenbridge] Considerations on lowering the value of gold coins, 
within the province of the Massachusetts-Bay. [Boston] Sold next to the 
Prison in Queen-Street [1762, Boston, 1923] facsim.: 27 numbered leaves. 
[Americana series; photostat reproductions by the Massachusetts historical 
society, no. 103] [612a 

a reply to Thomas Hutchinson's [Projection for lowering the value of gold coins, within the province 
of the Massachusetts-Bay] which is prefixed. 

One of 10 photostat copies reproduced from the original in the John Carter Brown library, December, 
1923. 

Tuttle, Julius Herbert. [Remarks on a copy of An exact collection of all remon- 
strances, declarations, votes, etc., London, 1643] Col. soc. Mass. pub., XXIV, 
8-9. [613 

The copy here noted is inscribed: Robert Keayne, his booke— Ann. 1643, of Boston in New England. 
On Feb. 13, 1719, it passed into the possession of Thomas Prince. 

Wilder, Harris Hawthorne. Notes on the Indians of southern Massachusetts. Am. 
ANTHROP., n. s. XXV (Apr.) 197-218. [614 

Contents. — Interment among the Pocumtucks and related tribes. Ninigret's daughter. 

Chapin, Howard Millar. The discovery of the real Palatine ship. R. I. hist. soc. 
COLL., XVI (Apr.) 33-38. [615 

Identifies the "Palatine ship" immortalized in Whittier's poem, "The Palatine", as a real ship that 
was wrecked on Block Island, December 26, 1738. 

Chapin, Howard Millar. Early life of Roger Williams. R. I. hist, soc coll., 
XVI (July) 78-83. [616 

The earliest plat of Block Island. R. I. hist. soc. coll., XVI (Jan.) 13-18. [617 
A manuscript preserved in the Rhode Island historical society library. 

Extracts from the Rhode Island Gazette. R. I. hist. soc. coll., XVI (Oct.') 
103-114. [618 

Items of Rhode Island interest from the Rhode Island Gazette of 1732. 

Hay, George Douglas. Jeremiah Clarke, president and regent of Rhode Island, 
1648-1649. In Pennsylvania society of colonial governors. [Publication] v. 
II. Phila. p. 48-66. [619 

List of vessels paying fort tax at Newport in 1744 and 1745. R. I. hist, soc 
COLL., XVI (July) 84-89. [620 

List of vessels from foreign ports entered at Newport, 1744-1745, from the original manuscript in the 
Rhode Island state archives. 

The " mark" used as money of account in Rhode Island. R. I. hist. soc. coll., 
XVI (Jan.) 1-2. [621 

Refers to an item of the year 1649 in the Rhode Island court records. 

Whitefield, George. Rev. George Whitefield's account of his visit to Rhode 
Island in 1740. R. I. hist. soc. coll., XVI (Jan.) 5-12. [622 

Preston, Howard W. Godfrey Malbone's Connecticut investment. [Providence?] 
p. plates. [623 

Reprinted from the Rhode Island historical society collections, v. XVI (Oct.) 115-120. 

Regarding the purchase of land in Windham county, Connecticut, by Godfrey Malbone, in 1740, 
and the settlement of his son Godfrey Malbone, jr., thereon in 1766. 

Walbridge, Charles Carter. Thomas Welles, governor of Connecticut, 1655, 1658. 
In Pennsylvania society of colonial governors. [Publication] v. II. Phila. 
p. 110-127. [624 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY, 1023 43 

Blackie, William R. Indians of New York city and vicinity. N. Y. state hist. 
ASSOC. JOUR., IV (Jan.) 41-48. [625 

Golden, Cadwallader. The letters and papers of Cadwallader Golden, v. V-VII. 
1755-1775. N. Y. : Printed for the Society. 8 v. (New York historical so- 
ciety. Collections. The John Watts DePeyster fund [series] LIV-LVI) [626 
Contents.— V. V: iTS.'i-iTfiO. v. VI: iTni-iTW. v. VII: \7r,r,-n75. 
Comprise valuable source inatorial for the history of the province during this period. 

Dailey, W. N. P. Earliest Herkimer and Fort Herkimer history. Herkimer co. 

HIST. soc. PAP., V, 94-98. [627 

De Forest, Robert W. Jesse de Forrest the leader of the Walloon emigration 
to America. N. Y. : Printed by the National Huguenot- Walloon New Nether- 
land tercentenary commission. 11 p. [627a 
Reprint from v. V of the Proceedings of the Huguenot society of Pennsylvania. 

Good, James I. A Calvanistic founder of America: Peter Minuit. Presby- 
terian HIST. soc. JOUR., XI, no. 7 (Apr.) 260-267. [628 

Griffis, William Elliot. The story of the Walloons, at home, in lands of e.xile and 
in America. Boston and N. Y. : Houghton Mifflin co. xvii, 298 p. X-»"rt'-» 
plates, coats of arms. [629 

The history of the Belgian Walloons and their contribution to the making of our nation. 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (July 1924) 801-802. 

Hasbrouck, G. D. B. History from Lake Mohonk. N. Y. state hist, assoc. 
JOUR., IV (July) 127-147. [630 

Concerned with the history of this region during the colonial period. 

Houston, William Churchill. The Melyn patroonship of Staten Island; address 
delivered at the ninth annual meeting of the New York branch of the Order of 
colonial lords and manors in America, held in the city of New York, April 29th, 
1921. [n. p.] 17 p. illus., port. [Order of colonial lords of manors in America. 
New York branch. Publications] [631 

Huguenot-Walloon New Netherland commission, New York. The Huguenot- 
Walloon New Netherland commission, (instituted by the Federal council of 
the churches of Christ in America), for the celebration of the 300th anniversary 
of the settling in New Netherland of Walloons (French and Belgian Huguenots) 
by the Dutch West India company in 1624, invites your co-operation in the 
tercentenary celebration, and desires to call your considerate attention to its 
aims and plans . . . [N. Y.] 36 p. illus. [632 

In ms. on t.-p.: Jno. Baer Stoudt, compiler. 

Ingraham, Charles A. Sir William Johnson, his character and public services. 
Americana, XVII (Apr.) 117-127. [633 

La Ronciere, Charles de. La France et le tricentenaire de New- York (1624- 
1924). Rev. hist, colonies fran^., XI« ann., iv^ trimestre (no. 44) 165-176. 

[634 

A letter From A Gentleman of the City of New York To Another, Concerning 
the Troubles which happen'd in That Province in the Time of the late Happy 
Revolution. Printed and Sold by William Bradford at the Sign of the Bible 
in New- York, 1698. [Boston, 1923] facsim.: 24 numbered leaves. [Ameri- 
cana series; photostat reproductions bv the Massachusetts historical societv. 
no. 92] ' [635 

The letter is dated New-York, December 31, 1697, and relates to the administration of Gov. Jacob 
Leisler. 

For description cf. Church catalogue, v. IV, no. 776. 

One of 10 photostat copies reproduced from the originals in the New York historical society and John 
Carter Brown library, June 1923. 

Livingston, John Henry. The minor manors of New York; address prepared for 
the New Y'ork branch of the Order of colonial lords of manors in America, 
[n. p.] 31 p. illus., plate. [Order of colonial lords of manors in America. 
New York branch. Publications] [636 

Maar, Charles. First white girl in Dutch America. State service, VII (Mav) 
160-162. [636a 

A sketch of Sarah Rapalje, born in Albany, Jime 9, 1625. 



44 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Matthews, Albert. Note on Robert Elliston (1680-1756). Col. see. Mass. 
PUB., XXIV, 71-80. [637 

Concerned with biographical and bibliographical problems regarding three religious books compiled 
and distributed by an ardent Episcopalian in New York between 1740 and 1742. 

Nederlandsche West-Indische compagnie. Ordonnances, privileges, franchises, 
et assistances octroyez & concedez. Par les' tres-hauts & puissans Seigneurs, 
les Estats Generaux des Prouinces Vnies du Pays-bas. A la Compagnie des 
Indes Occidentales, par leurs Edicts du 9. luin 1621. 10. luin 1622. & I'Amplia- 
tion du 21. luin 1623. Traduit du Flaman pour rvtilite publique. A Paris, 
Pour lean Anthoine loallin, tenant sa boutique dans la Cour du Palais, a la 
place du Change entre la ville & Perle de Venize. 1623. Auec permission. 
[Boston, 1923] facsim. : 4 p. 1., 36 numbered leaves. [Americana series; 
photostat reproductions by the .Massachusetts historical society, no. 82] [638 

One of 10 photostat copies reproduced from the original in the Bibliotheque nationale, Paris, January 
1923. 

Niles, Edward. How New York became New Orange. Jour. Am. hist., XVII, 
no. 4, 307-331. [639 

Roz, Firmin. New York fonde par des Frangais. France-Etats-Unis, V 
(Mar.) 79-80. [640 

Concerned with the Walloon emigration to New Netherland. 

Sullivan, James. When was Manhattan Island settled? Preponderance of evi- 
dence seems to point to 1626, although there are claims for 1623. State 
SERVICE, VII (Mar.) 114-117. [640a 

Van Buren, Augustus H. A history of Ulster county under the dominion of the 
Dutch. Kingston, N. Y. 146 p. [641 

Van laer, A. J. F. Who were the parents of Marinis ? a child of New 

Netherland parents, born at sea, on the flag-ship of Admiral de Ruyter, July 16, 
1665. N. Y. GENEAL. AND BIGG. REC, LIV (Oct) 357-358. [642 

Van Laer, A. J. F., trans, and ed. Minutes of the court of Fort Orange and 
Beverwyck, 1657-1660. v. II. Albany: The University of the state of New 
York. 336 p. [643 

V. I, 1920. 

Among the minutes that are printed in this volume there are proceedings of a number of important 
conferences with the Indians which were held at Fort Orange during the first Esopus war. 

Second volume of a series of translations of Dutch manuscripts which form important sources for the 
early history of New York state. 

Van Vliet, George S., ed. Deed of the Great Nine Partners. Dutchess co. 
HIST. soc. YR. BK., 1923, 29-32. [644 

Prints a copy of the original Indian deed of the Great or Lower Nine Partners patent granted May 
27th, 1697. 

Wheeler, Charles B. The Heathcote manor of Scarsdale; address written for 
the tenth annual meeting of the New York branch of the Order of colonial 
lords of manors in America, held in the city of New York, April 27, 1922. 
Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins co. 20 p. illus., ports., facsim. [Order 
of colonial lords and manors in America. New York branch. Pubhcations] 

[645 
A sketch of Scarsdale manor. 

Bradbeer, William W. New Jersey paper currency, 1709 to 1786. Union co. 
HIST. soc. PRoc, 1923, 13-19. [646 

Connolly, James C. Quit rents in colonial New Jersey. Union co. hist. soc. 
PROC, 1923, 3-12. [647 

Hogers, Mrs. Harry, contrib. Abstracts of New Jersey commissions, civil and 
military, from liber a. a. a. of commissions in the secretary of state's office at 
Trenton [Apr. 27, 1726-June 10, 1731] Pa. geneal. soc. pub., VIII, no. 3, 
237-251. [648 

' Gout, from v. VIII, no 2, 1922. 

Thomas, Gabriel. West New Jersey in the year 1698. N. J. hist. soc. proc, 

n. s. VIII (Jan.) 1-12. [649 

Extract from a book published in London in 1698 entitled, "An historical and geographical acount 

of the province and county of Pensilvania and of West New Jersey in America," by Gabriel Thomas, 

"who resided there about fifteen years." 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY, 1923 45 

Woody, Thomas. Quaker education in the colony and state of New Jersey; & 
source book. Phila. : Pub. by the author, University of Pennsylvania, xii, 
408 p. ill us. (incl. facsims.) map, diagrams. [650 

Bibliography: p. 378-391. 
Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Apr. 1924) 007-C08. 

The Case of the Heir at Law and Executrix of the late Proprietor of Pcnnsilvania, 
&c. in Relation to the Removal of Sir William Keitli, and the Appointing 
Major Patrick Gordon to succeed him as Deputy-Governor there. (Phila- 
delphia, 1726. Boston, 1923] facsim.: 1.5 numbered leaves. [Americana 
series; photostat reproductions by the Massachusetts historical societv. no. 
101] ^ [651 

One of 10 photostat copies reproduced from the original in a private collection, November 1923. 

Friends, Society of. Philadelphia monthly meeting. Early minutes of Phila- 
delphia monthlv meeting of Friends [1738-1742] Pa. gp:neal. boc. pub., 
VIII, no. 3, 261-274. [652 

Personal items regarding members of the Philadelphia society of Friends. 

Cont. from v. VIII, no. 2, 1922. 

FuUerton, James N. Squatters and titles to land in early western Pennsylvania, 
or, An introduction to early western Pennsylvania land titles. Western 
Pa. hist, mag., VI (July) 165-176. [653 

Gregg, Alan C. The land policy and system of the Penn family in early Penn- 
sylvania. Western Pa. hist, mag., VI (July) 151-164. [654 

JeflFerys, C. P. B. The provincial and revolutionary historv of St. Peter's church, 
Philadelphia, 1753-1783. Pa. mag. hist., XLVII (Oct.) 328-356. [655 

This installment of the "history" is concerned with the provincial period, to 1761. 

leach, Frank Willing. WiUiam Markham, deputy governor of Pennsylvania, 
1681-1682. In Pennsvlvania societv of colonial governors. [Publication] 
V. II. Phila. p. 12-32. " [656 

Le Conte, Rene. Franklin et les Germano-Americains. Soc. Amer. Paris 
JOUR., n. s. XV, 293-296. [657 

Quotes from a letter of Franklin to his friend Pierre Collinson, May 9, 1753, in which he expresses 
apprehension in regard to the extent of German immigration into the colony. 

Logan, Robert Restalrig. James Logan, president of the council and acting 
governor of Pennsylvania, 1736-1738. In Pennsvlvania society of colonial 
governors. [Pubhcation] v. II. Phila. p. 33-47. "' [658 

lohmann, Martin. Die Bedeutung der deutschen Ansiedlungen in Pennsylvanien. 
Stuttgart: Ausland und Heimat Verlags-Aktiengesellschaft. 154, vi p. 
(Schriften des deutschen Ausland-Instituts Stuttgart. A. Kulturische Reihe, 
XII) [659 

Schwarze, William Nathaniel. Early Moravian settlements in America. Am. 
soc. CHURCH HIST. PAP., 2d ser., Vil, 69-88. [660 

Southwick, A. F. Ethnic elements of colonial Pennsylvania and the population 
of to-day. Western Pa. hist, mag., VI (Oct.) 234-247. [661 

Volwiler, A. T. George Croghan and the w^estward movement, 1741-1782. Pa. 
mag. hist., XLVII (Jan.-Apr.) 28-57, 115-142. [662 

Contents.— Official relations with Pennsylvania, Virginia and with Braddock's expedition, 1747-1756. 
Cont. from v. XLVI, 1922. 

Hickok, Julia E. Colonial Delaware. Cincinnati: The Ebbert and Richardson 
CO. 39 p. (The Colonial dames of America in the state of Ohio . . . Studies 
in the colonial period for use in the public schools) [663 

Behrens, Kathryn L. Paper money in Maryland, 1727-1789. Baltimore: The 
Johns Hopkins press. 98 p. (Johns Hopkins univ. stud., ser. XLI, no. 1) 

[664 

Pub. also as thesis (ph. d.) Johns Hopkins university. 

Carroll, Charles. Extracts from account and letter books of Dr. Charles Car- 
roll, of Annapolis. Md. hist, mag., XVIII (Sept.) 197-233, 323-341. [665 

The extracts here printed extend from 1716 to 1760 and afford an insight into matters economic, 
political and social. 



46 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Hickok, Julia E. Colonial Maryland. Cincinnati: The Ebbert and Richardson 
CO. 56 p. (The Colonial dames of America in the state of Ohio . . . Studies 
in the colonial period for use in the public schools) [666 

Maryland (Colony) General assembly. Proceedings and acts of the General 
assembly of Maryland (20) 1740-1744. Pub. by authority of the state under 
the direction of the Maryland historical society. Bernard Christian Steiner, 
editor. Baltimore: Maryland historical society, xxii, 684 p. (Archives of 
Maryland, XLII) [667 

Randall, Daniel R. Notes on a colonial free school in Anne Arundel county, with 
side lights upon the early education of Johns Hopkins. Md, hist, mag., 
XVIII (Sept.) 248-256. [668 

Skirven, Percy G. The first parishes of the Province of Maryland, wherein are 
given historical sketches of the ten counties and of the thirty parishes in the 
province at the time of the establishment of the Church of England in Maryland 
in 1692. Also a short treatise on the religious situation in the province before 
the Establishment. Baltimore: The Norman, Remington co. 203 p. illus., 
map. [669 

Steiner, Bernard C. Religious freedom in provincial Maryland. Am. hist, rev., 
XXVIII (Jan.) 258-259. [670 

Berkley, Henry J. The Berkeley-Berkley family and their kindred in the coloni- 
zation of Virginia and Maryland. Wm. and Mary quar., 2d ser., Ill (Julv) 
180-199. [671 

Bland, Edward. The discovery of New Brittaine. Began August 27. Anno 
Dom. 1650. By Edward Bland, Merchant. Abraham Woode, Captaine. Sack- 
ford Brewster, Elias Pennant, Gentlemen. From Fort Henry, at the head of 
Appamattuck River in Virginia, to the Fals of Blandina, first River in New 
Brittaine, which runneth West; being 120. Mile South-west, between 35. & 37. 
degrees, (a pleasant Country,) of temperate Ayre, and fertile Soyle. London, 
Printed by Thomas Harper for John Stephenson, at the Sun below Ludgate. 
1651. [Boston, 1923] facsim.: 8 preliminary leaves, 16 numbered leaves, 
map. [Americana series; photostat reproductions by the Massachusetts his- 
torical society, no. 85] [672 

For description cf. Church catalogue, no. 511; also Phillips, Virginia cartography, 1896, p. 30-33. 
One of 10 photostat copies reproduced from the original in the library of the New York historical 
society. Map, from the Henry E. Huntington library March, 1923. 

Brent Town. Fauquier hist. soc. bul., no. 3, 227-230. [673 

Byrd, William. Will of William Byrd i. [1700] Wm. and Mary quae., 2d ser., 
Ill (Oct.) 246-249. [674 

Cockburn, Sir John. Francis Bacon as an empire builder. Unit, empire, 

n. s., XIV (May) 272-280. [675 

Regarding Sir Francis Bacon's influence in the founding of the Virginia and Newfoundland colonies. 

Cockburn, Sir John. Bacon and Virginia. Landmark, V (Feb.) 125-128. [676 

Considerations tovching the new contract for Tobacco, as the same hath beene 
propounded by Maister Ditchjfield, and other vndertakers. [London] Printed 
1625. [Boston, 1923] facsim.: 11 numbered leaves. [Americana series; 
photostat reproductions by the Massachusetts historical society, no. 94] [677 

One of 10 photostat copies reproduced from the original in the Henry E. Huntington library, July 
1923. 
This tract relates to the regulation of the trade in tobacco for the Virginia and Sommer Islands colonies. 

Copland, Patrick. A Declaration how the monies (viz. seuenty pound eight 
shilhngs sixe pence) were disposed, which was gathered (by M. Patrick Cop- 
land, Preacher in the Royall lames) at the Cape of good hope, (towards the 
building of a free Schoole in Virginia) of the Gentlemen and Marriners in the 
said Ship: A list of whose names are vnder specified, for Gods glory, their 
comfort, and the incouragement of others to the furthering of the same, or the 
like pious worke. [Colophon: Imprinted at London by F. K. 1622] [Boston, 
1923] facsim: 7 numbered leaves. [Americana series; photostat reproductions 
by the Massachusetts historical society, no. 87] [678 

An account of the taking up of a subscription on board the ship "Royal James" at the Cape of Good 
Hope, for the foundation of a free school for the children of the Virginia colony (known as the East India 
school). A site for the school was chosen in Charles City, but the scheme failed to materialize. 

For description cf. Church catalogue, no. 392. 

One of 10 photostat copies reproduced from the original in the Henry E. Huntington library, Cali- 
fornia, April 1923. 



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Cridlin, William Broaddus. A history of colonial Virginia, the first permanent 
colony in America, to which is added the genealogy of the several sliires and 
counties and population in Virginia from the first Spanish colony to the present 
time. Pageant ed. Jliclimond, Va. : WiUiams i)rint. co. vi, 181, l.'i p. 
map. (679 

Drewry, P. H. Fort Henry; selection of site. Wm. and Mauy quau., 2d ser., 
Ill (Jan.) 1-22. [680 

One of the earliest colonial forts in Virginia, on the site of which Petersburg now stands. 

[Durand, of Dauphin^] A Frenchman in Virginia; being the memoirs of 

a Huguenot refugee* in 1686, translated by a Virginian. [Richmond] Priv. 
print. 146 p. front. [681 

Fairfax Harrison, translator. 

Translation of "one of the rarest items of bibliographic Americana", a book of which the title page 
reads as follows: Voyages d'lin Francois exile pour la religion avec une description de la Vergine & 
Marilan dans rAraerique. A la Ilayo: Iraprim6 pour I'Autheur, 1687. 

The Elk Marsh settlement. (Published by permission from the ms. of "Land- 
marks of Old Prince William".) Fauquier hist. soc. bul., no. 3, 231-238. 



Gaston, Edward Page. Pocahontas's last resting place. Landmark, V (Apr.) 
255-258. [683 

Harrison, Fairfax, ed. The will of Charles Carter of Cleve [1762] Annotated 
by Fairfax Harrison. Va. mag. hist., XXXI (Jan.) 39-69. [684 

Kemper, Charles E. French and Indian war historical notes. Wm. and Mary 
QUAR., 2d ser.. Ill (Jan.-Apr.) 36-39, 91-94. [685 

Notes from Augusta county, Va., records selected to locate as nearly as possible the place where, and 
the time when, the invasions of Virginia by the Indians during the French and Indian war occurred. 

Kemper, Charles E. The Spotswood mileage accounts. Wm. and Mary quar., 
2d ser.. Ill (July) 171-172. [686 

Refers to the mileage account of Governor Spotswood which was published in the "Quarterly", 
January, 1923. See no. 691. 

list of taxpayers, Elk Run and vicinity, 1751. Fauquier hist. soc. bul., 
no. 3, 239-242. [687 

Robertson, William. An account of the manner of taking up and patenting of 
land in her majesty's colony and dominion of Virginia with reasons humbly 
offered for the continuance thereof. Wm. and Mary quar., 2d ser., Ill (Apr.) 
137-142. [688 

This account seems to have been sent to the Board of trade, in support of the land law of 1705. 

Scott, W. W. "The Knights of the Horseshoe." Wm. and Mary quar., 2d ser., 
Ill (July) 145-153. [689 

Outlines the line of march of Governor Spotswood's Tramontane expedition, 1716. 

Spencer, Nicholas. Letter from Nicholas Spencer to his brother [June 13, 1672] 
Wm. and Mary quar., 2d ser.. Ill (Apr.) 134-136. [690 

Spotswood, Alexander. Journal of the lieut. governor's travels and expedi- 
tions undertaken for the public service of Virginia [1711-1717] Wm. and 
Mary quar., 2d ser.. Ill (Jan.) 40-45. [691 

Report of Governor Spotswood's travels for the public service and at the public expense, taken from 
the British transcripts in the Library of Congress. 

Tobacco trade in Russia, 1705. Wm. and Mary quar., 2d ser., Ill (Oct.) 
250-258. [692 

A petition of several merchants of Virginia to the Lords Commissioners of trade, Apr. 23, 1705, setting 
forth the "ill consequences that may arise from manufacturing tobacco in Muscovy", with ether 
documents. 

Virginia. Council. Extracts from the journal of the Council, executive session, 
1714, 1716, of interest in the studv of the westward movement in Virginia. 
Wm. and Mary quar., 2d ser., Ill'(July) 153-154. [693 

Virginia. Council and General court. Minutes of the Council and General 
court, 1622-1629. (From the originals in the Library of Congress). Va. 
MAG. hist., XXXI (Apr.-Oct.) 146-152, 207-214, 285-295. [694 

This installment contains the minutes of the years 1628-1629. 
Cont. from v. XXX, 1922. 



48 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Virginia quit rent rolls, 1704. Va. mag. hist., XXXI (Jan.-Oct.) 70-75, 153- 
163, 215-231, 314-318. [695 

Rent rolls of land in York, James City, New Kent, and Charles City counties. 

Wells, Guy Fred. Parish education in colonial Virginia. N. Y.: Teachers 
college, Columbia university. [6], 95 p. (Teachers college, Columbia uni- 
versity. Contributions to education, no. 138) - [696 
Published also as thesis (ph. d.) Columbia university, 1923. 

Williams, V. Faison. Henry McCullough and his Irish settlement. N. C. 
BOOKLET, XXII, 32-39. [697 

A settlement of Scotch-Irish in North Carolina, beginning in 1736. 

Orangeburgh township. Petition of citizens of Orangeburgh township in behalf 
of Rev. John Giessendanner, 1749. S. C. hist, mag., XXIV (Jan.) 48-51. 

[698 

Osterhout, George H., jr. After three hundred and fifty years; being the story 
of "Charles' fort", built by Jean Ribaut in 1562 on what is now known as 
Parris Island, South Carolina. Marine corps gazette, VIII (June) 98- 
109. [699 

Johnson, J. G. A Spanish settlement in Carolina, 1526. Ga. hist, quar., VII 
(Dec.) 339-345. [700 

Tells the story of a colonizing expedition under the leadership of Lucas Vasquez de Ayllon. 

Johnson, J. G. The Spanish period of Georgia and South Carolina historv, 
1566-1702. [Athens: University of Georgia] 23 p. (Univ. of Georgia bul., 
V. XXIII, no. 9b. Special series, addresses, v. I, no. 9) [701 

Johnson, J. G. The Yamassee revolt of 1597 and the destruction of the Georgia 
missions. Ga. hist, quae., VII (Mar.) 44-53. [702 

Roberts, R. A. The birth of an American state: Georgia; an effort of philan- 
thropv and Protestant propaganda. Royal hist. soc. trans., 4th ser., VI, 
22-49. [703 

Rohde, Eleanour Sinclair. Cranham and its association with the Oglethorpe 
family. Landmark, V (Dec.) 801-804. [704 

The village of Cranham, England, was the home of Gen. Oglethorpe, founder of Georgia. 

Ross, Mary. French intrusions and Indian uprisings in Georgia and South 
Carohna (1577-1580). Ga. hist, quar., VII (Sept.) 251-281. [705 

A chapter in the history of the Franco-Spanish contest for the provinces of La Florida. 

Audet, Francis-J. Les Canadiens au Nouveau-Mexique. Soc. geog. Quebec 
BUL., XVII (May) 139-163. [706 

Narrative of a journey to New Mexico, in 1739, by seven Canadians under the leadership of Pierre 
Mallet, drawn from manuscripts in the Canadian archives. 

Beer, William. The visit of Illinois Indians to France in 1725. La. hist, quar., 
VI (Apr.) 189-193. [707 

Prints a translation of a contemporary account of the reception in Paris of twelve Illinois Indians 
from Louisiana, in 1725. 

Besson, Maurice. Les derniers Natchez; Episode de la colonisation de la Loui- 
siane en 1730. Rev. hist, colonies franq., XI« ann., iii" trimestre (no. 43) 
105-120. [708 

Cruzat, Heloise H., trans. Inauguration of De Vaudreuil, governor of Louisiana 
1743. La. hist, quar., VI (Oct.) 568-570. [709 

Translation of a document in the archives of the Superior council of Louisiana, New Orleans. 

Dart, Henry Plauche, ed. An original autograph of Henry de Tonty. La. hist. 
QUAR., VI (Oct.) 576-579. [710 

Facsimile of a document of Nov. 27, 1698, being the donation of Henry de Tonty to his brother, Al- 
phonse de Tonty, covering a half interest in his half of the grant of Fort St. Louis in the Illinois country, 
received by Henry de Tonty and de la Forest from the King. 

Dart, Henry Plauche, ed. A session of the Superior council of Louisiana in 1744. 
La. hist. QUAR., VI (Oct.) 571-575. [711 

A document, with translation, from the archives at the Cabildo, in New Orleans. It covers the 
induction into office of Lenormand as First councillor, Sub Delegate and Intendant. 



1923 49 

Devron, Gustave, trans, and ed. A chapter of colonial history; Louisiana 1717 
to 1752. From the French, by Gustave Devron. La. hist, quak., VI (Oct.) 
543-567. (712 

Translation from a contomporary French maniLScript. 

First visit of Nebraska Indians to Paris in 1725. Neb. hist., VI (Jan.) 33-38. 

(713 

An account of the first visit of Indians from Louisiana to the King of P'ranco and court at Paris, in 
1725, reprinted from the United States C'athohc historical magazine for April, )W»0. The article origin- 
ally appeared in the London Postman, January 27, 172G. 

Glodt, John T. Our Florida inartvr priests. Eccles. rev., LXIX (Xov.-Dec.) 
498-513, 614-631. " [714 

The Florida martyrs are the five Franciscan Fathers who, according to old records, were killed for 
the faith by a young Yamassee Cacique and his followers in 1507 somewhere along the coast of the Spanish 
colony of Florida. 

Kino, Eusebio Francisco. Las misiones do Sonera y Arizona. Comprendiendo: 
la cr6nica titulada: ''Favorcs cclestiales" }• la "Relaci6n diaria de la entrada 
al Norueste'' por el padre Eusebio Francisco Kino (Kiihn). Versi6n pale- 
ogrdfica, e Indice por Francisco Ferndndez del Castillo, con noticias biblio- 
grdficas del padre Kino v sus exploraciones v fundaciones por el Dr. Emilio 
Bose. Mexico: Editorial "Cvltvra," 1913-22. Ixxix, 413 p. facsim. 
( . . . Publicaciones del Archivo general de la naci6n. VIII) [715 

At head of title: Estados Unidos Mexicanos. Secretaria de gobernacion. 

The "Favores Cclestiales" is a history of Kino's missionary work and explorations in Pimerfa Alta 
(southern Arizona and northern Souora), with considerable attention to California aflairs, from 1(J83 to 
1711. An English translation by Herbert Eugene Bolton was published in 1919, under title "Kino's 
historical memoir of Pimerfa Alta . . . (Cleveland: A. H. Clark co. 2 v.)." 

Osman, Eaton G. The last of a great Indian tribe; a chapter of colonial history. 
Chicago: A. Flanagan co. 210 p. front., illus. [716 

Originally published under title "Starved Rock." 

A chronicle of Fort St. Louis of the Illinois, the seat of French authority in the Mississippi Valley, to 
show the part played by the Indians of Illinois and Wisconsin in the struggle between France and 
England for possession of North America, and of the annihilation of the remnants of the Illinois Indians 
on the site of Fort St. Louis, since known as Starved Rock. 

Thompson, Joseph J. The Cahokia mission propertv. III. Cath. hist, rev., V 
(Jan.) 195-217. " [717 

Describes the founding of the mission among the Tamarois, which became Cahokia, and prints a 
letter of the Rev. Francois Buisson de St. Cosme, priest of the Seminary of Quebec, giving an account 
of the journey from Quebec to the Illinois country to establish the mission, in 1699. 

Thompson, Joseph J. Illinois' first citizen — Pierre Gibault. III. Cath. hist. 
REV., V (Jan.) 226-244. [718 

Cont. from v. V, no. 2, Oct. 1922. 
Pioneer priest in the Illinois country. 

Villiers, Marc de. New chapter in Nebraska historv. Neb. hist., VI (Jan.) 
1-31. " [719 

Consists of a translation (with notes), by Addison E. Sheldon, of a publication issued in 1921 by the 
SociSte des AmSricanistes de Paris (reprinted from its "Journal") entitled, "Le massacre de I'expG- 
ditiou espagnole du Missouri (11 aout 1720)", by Baron Marc de Villiers. 

It consists of an account of the Spanish military expedition against the French in the Missouri river 
region, based on unpublished documents in the Fiench archives, whereby is established the fact that 
the expedition was exterminated on August 11 or 12, 1720, by the Indians upon the banks of the Platte 
river, probably near its conjunction with the Loup river. 

Volwiler, A. T. George Croghan and the westward movement, 1741-1782. Pa. 
MAG. HIST., XLVII (Jan.-Apr.) 28-57, 115-142. [720 

Contents.— Official relations with Pennsj'lvania, Virginia and with Braddock's expedition, 1747-1756. 
Cont. from v. XLVI, 1922. 

Wood, George A. Celoron de Blainville and French expansion in the Ohio vallev. 
Miss. Valley hist, rev., IX (Mar.) 302-319. [721 



50 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

1763-1783 
Sources and Documents 

Albany co., N. Y. Committee of correspondence. Minutes of the Albany com- 
mittee of correspondence, 1775-1778. Prepared for publication by the Division 
of archives and history, James Sullivan, ph. d., director and state historian. 
V. I. Albany: The University of the state of New York, x, 1001 p. [722 

Contents —Jan. 24, 1775-June 10, 1778. 

"A large part of the time of the committee was taken up, as might be expected, with the tories, pris- 
oners, deserters, murders, passes, rangers, protection of the loyal, robberies, plunder, sequestration of 
tory property and treason." 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (July 1924) 806-807. 

Allen, Gardner Weld. Captain Hector McNeill, Continental navy. Mass. hist. 
see. PROC, LV, 46-152. [723 

The remarks of Mr. Allen in regard to a number of original papers and letters of this Revolutionary 
officer, copies of which are here printed. Among them is an autobiographical sketch which throws 
much light upon his antecedents and early life, his journal of the ship "Boston", of which he was cap- 
tain, in 1777, and a list of the names of officers and men belonging to the ship. 

Anburey, Thomas. Travels through the interior parts of America, by Thomas 
Anburey, lieutenant in the army of General Burgoyne. With a foreword by 
Major-General William Harding Carter. Boston and N. Y.: Houghton Mif- 
flin CO. 2 V. map. [724 

Reprint of a book which first appeared in England in 1789. It embraces in a series of letters (1776-1781) 
an intimate and detailed account of Burgoyne's expedition, including the experiences of the captured 
British and Hessian soldiers during their march to Boston, and thence to Charlottesville, Virginia, and 
presents us with a vivid picture of America in Revolutionary days. 

Biddulph, Robert. Letters of Robert Biddulph, 1779-1783. Am. hist, rev., 
XXIX (Oct.) 87-109. [725 

The Introduction is by the Hon. Violet Biddulph; the annotations are by the editor of the American 
historical review. Dr. J. Franklin Jameson. 

Robert Biddulph was an Englishman who was sent to America as agent by a concern having a contract 
for paying the British army in that country. 

Brown, Simeon. Orderly book of Capt. Simeon Brown, Colonel Wade's regiment, 
Rhode Island campaign, 1778. Danvers hist. soc. coll., XI, 65-81. [726 
From the original in the possession of the Essex institute. 

Burnett, Edmund C, ed. Letters of members of the Continental congress, v. II. 
July 5, 1776, to December 31, 1777. Washington, D. C: Pub. by the Carnegie 
institution of Washington. Ixxiii, 638 p. (Carnegie institution of Washington. 
Publication no. 299. Papers of the Department of historical research. J. 
Franklin Jameson, editor) [727 

Among the problems with which Congress was concerned during the period here covered were the 
organization and supply of the army, financial affairs, and the framing and adoption of the Articles of 
Confederation. 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Oct.) 151-153. 

Golden, Cadwallader. The letters and papers of Cadwallader Colden. v. VII. 
1765-1775. N. Y.: Printed by the Society. 414 p. (New York historical 
society. Collections. The John Watts DePeyster fund [series] LVI) [728 
The correspondence of Cadwallader Colden who is most familiarly known as the Tory lieutenant 
governor of New York at the outbreak of the Revolutionary war. He was acting governor and official 
custodian of the "stamped paper" during the Stamp act rebellion, 176&-1766. 

Documents relating to the colonial- history of the state of New Jersey. First 
series — v. XXXI. Extracts from American newspapers relating to New Jersey, 
for the year 1775. Ed. by A. Van Doren Honeyman. Somerville, N. J.: The 
Unionist-Gazette association, printers. 256 p. (Archives of the state of New 
Jersey. First series, v. XXXI) [729 

Fauquier resolutions. Fauquier hist. soc. bul., no. 3, 275-277. [730 

Copy of the resolutions of the freeholders of Fauquier county, Va., July 9, 1774, protesting against 
the tax on tea, closing of the port of Boston, and other British measures. 

Ford, Worthington Chauncey. Franklin's accounts against Massachusetts. Mass. 
hist. soc. PROc, LVI, 94-120. [731 

Reprints a document, with accompanying papers, from the Massachusetts archives containing the 
expense account submitted by Franklin as agent of the House of representatives of Massachusetts-Bay 
for service rendered in the proceedings arising out of the Hutchinson- Oliver letters. 



1023 51 

Ford, Worthington Chauncey. Proh^gue to Zara, 177G. Mass. hist. soc. I'lioc, 
LVI, 200-263. (732 

Remarks concerning a manuscript recently presented to the Massachusetts historical society, which 
contains a " Prologue for opening the theatre at Boston when it was garrisoned by the British troops 
under command of Sir Wm. Howe." 

Franklin, Benjamin. Franklin to William Hodgson. Mass. hist. soc. phoc, 
J. VI, ir)()-I(3(). [733 

Two letters from Franklin to William Hodgson, written from Passy, in April 1782, 

Gray, Edward. William Almy to Elisha Story. Mass. hist. soc. proc, LV, 
234-237. (734 

Remarks in presenting a copy of a letter, here reprinted, written by William Almy, Xewjjort, Aug. 
29, 170'), in which he gives an account of the Stamp act riot at that place. 

Harrison, Benjamin. Letters of Governor Benjamin Harrison (1782-1784] 
(Copied from his letter books among the Virginia state archives). 8. R. V.\. 
QUAit. mag., II (Jan.) 49-52. [735 

Huntington, Joshua, and Jedediah Huntington. Huntington papers. Corre- 
spondence of tlie brothers Joshua and Jedediah Huntington during the period 
of the American revolution. In two parts. Hartford: Connecticut historical 
society, xiv, 514 p. (Conn. hist. soc. coll., v. XX) [736 

Albert C. Bates, chairman of publication committee. 

London merchants on the Stamp act repeal. Mass. hist. soc. pkoc, LV, 
215-223. [737 

Copies of original documents, of the year 1766, in the Library of Congress. 

Massie, Joseph. "To the principal landholders of England and to the principal 
citizens of London." Mass. hist. soc. proc, LVI, 120-127. [738 

Reprints a document, found in the New York historical society's collection, consisting of a leaflet, 
no. 8 in a series written by an economist named Joseph Massie, in which he discusses the relations be- 
tween Great Britain and her American colonies. The leaflets, "hitherto unknown even by title, will 
take rank among the great rarities in the literature of the War of independence." 

Introductory note by Mr. Worthington C. Ford. 

Minutes of the Council of appointment of New York state. Dutchess co. hist, 
soc. yr. bk., 1923, 34-35. [739 

Note regarding a manuscript volume containing the original minutes of meetings held by the Council 
of appointment of New York at Poughkeepsie in 1778 and 1779, recently purchased by Mi. Franklin D. 
Roosevelt, with a brief analysis of its make-up and contents. 

Morison, S. E., ed. Sources and documents illustrating the American revolution, 
1764-1788, and the formation of the federal Constitution. Oxford: The 
Clarendon press, xhii, 367 p. [740 

"The plan of this book is to include (a) all the absolutely essential documents, such as the Declaration 
of independence and the Federal constitution, (b) the more important acts, resolves, state constitutions, 
royal instructions, Arc, not easily obtainable elsewhere, (c) samples of the more human varieties of 
source material, such as debates, letters, pamphlets, Indian relations, and frontier petitions, which 
illustrate and often influenced public opinion. . . . Military and diplomatic subjects have been 
excluded, because it is the Revolution rather than the war of independence that we are trying to eluci- 
date." 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (July 1924) 805-806. 

Nicholas, Robert Carter, and others. Letters of Robert Carter Nicholas, Edward 
Carrington and John Hancock [1775-1788] S. R. Va. quar. mag., II (Apr.) 
28-32. [741 

From the Continental congress papers in the Library of Congress. 

Swem, Earl G., contrib. Miscellanea from the Virginia Gazette of Dixon & 
Hunter, February 25, 1775. S. R. Va. quar. mag., II (Oct.) 16-21. [742 

Swem, Earl G., contrib. Some extracts from Purdies, Va., Gazette of 1775. 
S. R. Va. quar. mag., II (July) 8-14. [743 

"Printed here to show the character of the proceedings of the county committees." 

Virginia. Governors. Letters from the governors' letter books. Tyler's quar. 
hist, and geneal. mag., IV (Apr.) 415-425. [744 

Letters written by Virginia governors, Aug. 3, 1781-Aug. 30, 1782. 

Wolkins, George Gregerson. Letters of Charles Paxton, 1768-1769. Mass. 
hist. soc. proc, LVI, 343-352. [745 

Remarks in presenting three original letters of Charles Paxton, written from Boston while a member 
of the American board of commissioners of the customs. 



52 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

General 

Coupland, R. The truth about the American revolution. Landmark, V (Mar.) 
189-193. [746 

Concerned with the work of the "new school" of historians of the American revolution, and in particular 
the recent study by C. H. Van Tyne (The causes of the war of independence). 

Egerton, Hugh Edward. The causes and character of the American revolution. 
Oxford: Clarendon press, vi, 207 p. [747 

Rev. in: Am. hist rev., XXIX (Jan. 1924) 344-345; Canad. hist, rev., IV (Dec.) 338-342; Pol. sci. 
quar., XXXVIII (Dec.) 687-689. 

Mcllwain, Charles Howard. The American revolution; a constitutional inter- 
pretation. N. Y.: Macmillan. xi, [5], 198 p. [748 
Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (July 1924) 775-778; Am. jour, internat. law, XVIII (July 1924) 654. 
655; Am. pol. sci. rev., XVIII (Feb. 1924) 180-182; Canad. hist, rev., V (June 1924) 168-170; Pol. sci- 
quar., XXXIX (Mar. 1924) 151-157. 

Schuyler, Robert Livingston. The Brittanic question and the American revolu- 
tion. Pol. sci. quar., XXXVIII (Mar.) 104-114. [749 

Consists of a review of Professor Randolph Greenfield Adams's "Political ideas of the American revo- 
lution" (Durham, N. C: Trinity coDege press, 1922). 

Wright, Arnold. The romance of colonisation, being the story of the economic 

development of the British Empire. London and N. Y. : A. Melrose, xviii, 

388 p. [750 

Sowing the seeds of American independence: p. 149-165. Trade narrowness the origin of American 

independence: p. 246-259. 

Special 

Adams, James Truslow. Revolutionary New England, 1691-1776. Boston: 
Atlantic monthly press, xiv, 469 p. illus. (facsims.) plates, ports. [751 

The second volume in a series dealing with the history of New England. In the present volume the 
story is carried from 1691 to the Declaration of independence and the ending of the colonialstatus of the 
New England settlements. In discussing the Revolutionary period the writer lays stress upon the 
domestic social revolution and traces the origin of grievances, the slow growth of revolutionary senti- 
ment and the rise of the radical party. 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Jan. 1924) 343-344; Am. pol. sci. rev., XVin (Feb. 1924) 182-184; 
Pol. sci. quar., XXXIX (Sept. 1924) 514-516. 

Bronze tablet marks spot of Andrustown massacre; impressive exercises are held 
on site where early settlers were killed by Indians and tories in 1778, August 9 
1920. Herkimer co. hist. soc. pap., V, 193-198. [752 

Brown, Alexander Gustavus, jr. Virginia's physician-generals in the Revolution. 
S. R. Va. quar. mag., II (Apr.) 12-22. [763 

From the Virginia medical monthly, December, 1920. 

Brown, Vera Lee. Anglo-Spanish relations in America in the closing years of the 
colonial era (1763-1774). Baltimore, Md. ix, 333-485 p. [754 

Thesis (ph. d.) Bryn Mawr college, 1921. 

Reprinted from the Hispanic American historical review, v. V, no. 3, Aug. 1922. 

Burk, W. Herbert. The American Westminster. D. A. R. mag., LVII (Dec.) 
701-716. [755 

"'The American Westminster' was the title given to the Washington Memorial chapel. Valley Forge, 
Pa., by a representative of the King of England, Wilfred Powell, who was the official spokesman of the 
British Empire at the dedication of the lecturn in honor of Washington, the British soldier." 

Burns, John F. Controversies between royal governors and their assemblies in 
the northern American colonies. Boston, Mass.: Priv. print. [Wright and 
Potter print, co.] 447 p. [756 

Published also as thesis (ph. d.) Catholic university of America. 

It is the writer's plan to bring into more distinct relief the origin of the gradually increasing political 
divergence between England and British North America. 

The study is confined to Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York and New Jersey, between the 
English revolution of 1688 and the American revolution of 1775-1783. 

Cady, Schuyler M. The movements of our Revolutionary troops in Union county 
[N. J.] Union co. hist. soc. proc, 1923, 57-67. [757 

Calver, William L. The British army button in the American revolution. [N. Y.] 

29 p. [758 

Reprinted from the New York historical society quarterly bulletin, v. VII (Apr.-July) 10-23, 44-58. 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY, 1923 53 

Cambridge, Mass. Patriots' day colebration at Cambridge, Mass., April 19th, 
1923. Als(; an address on the Cambridge flag, the first flag of the rev(;lution 
(our first national emblem and standard) [by T. Harrison Cummings] [Cam- 
bridge] 12, 11 p. plates (1 col.). [759 

Carter, Clarence E. The significance of the military office in America, 1763-1775. 
Am. hist, hkv., XXVIII (Apr.) 475-488. [760 

Concornnd with the development of the militury branch of imperial administration in the colonies, 
dealing particularly with its encroachment upon the civil power. 

Carter, William H. A British dragoon in the American revolution. Cavalry 
JOUR., XXXII (Oct.) 400-411. [761 

Concerned with the services of Lieut. -Col. TJanastre Tarleton in the American revolution, dealing 
particularly with his operations with the British army in the Carolinas and Virginia, from the siege of 
Charleston to the surrender of Cornwallis at Yorktown. 

Clark, W. L. Valley Forge — its park and memorials. Americana, XVII (July) 
263-277. [762 

Cronau, Rudolf. The army of the American revolution and its organizer. N. Y. : 
R. Cronau. iii, 150 p. port., illus. [763 

Concerned with the life and work of Qen. von Steuben. 

Dumaine, Alfred. Le comte de Vergennes et I'ind^pendance des fitats-Unis. 
Rev. hist, dipl., XXXVII, no. 4, 432-455. [764 

Emerson, Edward Waldo. A chaplain of the Revolution. Mass. hist. soc. 
PRoc, LV, 8-29. [765 

A sketch of the Rev. William Emerson, of Concord, and of bis experiences as chaplain in the Revolu- 
tionary army, as drawn from his letters and diary. 

Fitzpatrick, John C. The aides-de-camp of General George Washington. D. A. 
R. MAG., LVII (Jan.) 1-15. [766 

Fitzpatrick, John C. The bands of the Continental army. D. A. R. mag., 
LVII (Apr.) 187-197. [767 

Fitzpatrick, John C. The Continental express rider. D. A, R. mag., LVII (Nov.) 
650-662. [768 

Fitzpatrick, John C. The travels of the Declaration of independence. D. A. R. 
mag., LVII (July) 389-397. [769 

Harlow, Ralph Volney. Samuel Adams, promoter of the American revolution; 
a study in psychology and politics. N. Y. : Holt, x, 363 p. [770 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Apr. 1924) 568-570; Am. pol. sci. rev., XVIII (Nov. 1924) 824-S26; 
Pol. sci. quar., XXXIX (June) 345-347. 

Higginson, Francis J. Naval operations during the Revolutionary war. N. Y. 
state hist. ASSOC. JOUR., IV (Apr.) 65-77. [771 

Howe, Octavius T. Beverly privateers in the American revolution. Col. soc. 
Mass. pub., XXIV, 318-435. [772 

List of officers on Beverly privateers and letters of marque vessels . . . : p. 424-435. 

Leflfmann, Henry. The real Declaration of independence: A study of colonial 
history under a modern theory. Pa. mag. hist., XLVII (Oct.) 281-297. [773 

The writer considers that the "Association" passed by the first Continental congress, Oct. 25, 1774, 
which proclaimed a cessation of commercial relations with the Mother country, and took steps to make 
the colonies economically independent, constitutes the first overt act of separation from Great Britain. 

McClellan, Edwin N. American marines in the Revolution. U. S. N. inst. proc. 
XLIX (June) 957-963. [774 

McClellan, Edwin N. The Navy at the battles of Trenton and Princeton. 
U. S. N. INST. PROC, XLIX (Nov.) 1848-1855. [775 

MacDowell, Charles H. The significance of Yorktown. III. hist. soc. jour., 
XVI, nos. 1-2, 85-163. [776 

Address at the annual Yorktown dinner of the Illinois chapter, Sons of the American revolution, 
Chicago, October I9th, 1923. 



54 AMERICAISr HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Maricourt, Andre de. Les amities franco-americaines au xviii* si^cle. France- 
Etats-Unis, V (Feb., May, June, Oct.) 3-5, 115-116, 157-160, 238-240. [777 
Contents.— L'Amiral de Guichen. L'Amiral de Grasse. Franklin. Governor Morris. 

Morison, Samuel Eliot. The commerce of Boston on the eve of the Revolution. 
Am. antiq. soc. proc, n. s. XXXII, pt. 1, 24-51. [778 

A statistical description of the maritime trade of Boston, drawn from documentary sources such as 
tables of statistics for the commerce of the English continental colonies in the years 1768-73, compiled 
by the Royal commissioners of the customs, whose headquarters were at Boston, Treasury board statis- 
tics of colonial trade, and lists of entries and clearances from the Massachusetts Gazette and Boston 
News letter for 1773. 

Mumby, Frank Arthur. George III. and the American revolution: The begin- 
nings. Boston and N. Y. : Houghton Mifflin co. xvi, 432 p. ports. (His- 
tory in contemporary letters) [779 

"It is simply an attempt to illustrate the character and times of George III. and the early years of his 
reign, and re-tell the story of the American revolution through its first phase, by the method which I 
have adopted in earlier volumes in my series of ' History in contemporary letters' — allowing the leading 
actors in the drama to state their case as far as possible in their own words." — Pref. 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXX (Jan 1925) 375-376. 

Murdock, Harold. The British at Concord — April 19, 1775. Mass. hist. soc. 
PROC, LVI, 70-94. [780 

Murdock, Harold. Earl Percy's retreat to Boston on the nineteenth of April, 
1775. Col. soc. Mass. pub., XXIV, 257-292. [781 

Concerned with the third and last period of the battle of Lexington, the arrival of Earl Percy at Lex- 
ington with the First brigade, his rescue of Smith's command at that place, and his conduct of the return 
march to Boston. 

Murdock, Harold. The nineteenth of April, 1775, exhibiting a fair and impartial 
account of the engagement fought on that day, chiefly in the towns of Concord, 
Lexington, and Menotomy, between a detachment of His Brittanick Majesty's 
regular troops and the militia of the province of Massachusetts Bay; with 
candid remarks upon certain relations of that sanguinary event set forth by 
other hands. Boston: Houghton Mifflin co. x, 134 p. plates, ports., map, 
facsims. [782 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Oct.) 150-151. 

Nichols, Charles J. The march of Benedict Arnold through the district of 
Maine. Sprague's jour. Maine hist., XI, nos. 3-4, 144-150, 195-208. [783 

An address before the Society of the Daughters of the American revolution. 

Ollivier, Frangois G. The Engineer corps of the Revolution. Mil. engineer, 
XV (Sept.) 411-416. [784 

Translation of an article published in the Revue du genie militaire (Paris). 

Powel, Harford Willing Hare. Butts Hill fort celebration, August 29th, 1923, 
account of the battle of Rhode Island and the defences of Newport. Newport, 
R. I. 26 p. plate, map. (Newport hist. soc. buL, no. 47. Special bulletin) 

[785 

Relics commemorating the capture of Major John Andre on September 23, 1780. 
* N. Y. HIST. soc. BUL., VII (July) 39-43. [786 

Schrader, Frederick Franklin. Prussia and the United States, Frederick the 
Great's influence on the American revolution; historical sketch. [N. Y.?] 
16 p. illus. (Historical bulletin no. 2, the Concord society) [787 

Smith, Jonathan. How Massachusetts raised her troops in the Revolution. 
Mass. hist. soc. proc, LV, 345-370. [788 

Sweet, Frank H. A boy soldier of the Revolution. Jour. Am. hist., XVII, 
211-219. [789 

"Abner Wilke, boy soldier of sixteen, has an interesting experience in Washington's army, when the 
army of American farmers drive the British under General Howe out of Boston." 

Thomas, William S. West Point in the Revolution. In Sons of the Revolution 
in the state of New York. Reports and proceedings, 1922 and 1923. Pub. 
by the Society at Faunce's Tavern, New York City, December 4, 1923. [789a 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY, 1923 55 

Tryon, Winthrop P. Whig strategy on Dutchess county border; work of Freder- 
icksburg precinct cornniittee and New York provincial committee in checking 
tory activities (177r)-1777j. N. Y. hist. hoc. nui.., VI (Jan.) 111-127. [790 

Van Winkle, Daniel. John Champe; the storv of a patriot spv. Americ.wa, 
XVII (July) 310-314. ' ' [791 

Taken from the writer's work, now in press, entitled "History of the municipiiliticsof Hudson county, 
New Jersey" (N. Y. and Chicago: Lewis hist. pub. co.). 

White, W. Pierrepont. Stars and Stripes first unfurled in battle in the Mohawk 
Valley. Herkimek co. hist. soc. pap., V, 26G-2G7. [792 

Concerned with the battle at Fort Schuyler, Aug. 3, 1777. 

Williams, Samuel C. The battle of King's Mountain: as seen by British offi- 
cers — II. Tenn. hist, mag., VII, no. 2 (July 1921) [issued August 1923] 
104-110. (793 

Cont. from v. VII, no. 1. 

Winter, Jhr. P. J. van. Onze eerste betrekkingen met de Vereenigde Staten. 
TiJDscHUiFT v. GESCH., XXXVIII, Hos. 1-2, 68-82. [794 

Welkins, George Gregerson. The seizure of John Hancock's sloop "Libertv". 
Mass. hist. soc. proc, LV, 239-284. [795 

Revolutionary Societies 

Rawdon, Clara Louise. History of Astenrogen chapter, D. A. R., of Little Falls 
[N. Y.] Herkimer co. hist. soc. pap., V, 217-226. (795a 

Society of the Cincinnati. The institution of the Society of the Cincinnati, 
together with standing resolutions, ordinances, rules and precedents of the 
General society of the Cincinnati, 1783-1920, by Francis Apthorp Foster, 
assistant secretary general. [Boston, Mass.] The General society of the 
Cincinnati. 98 p. [795b 

Revolutionary Officers and Soldiers 

Bowman, John Elliot, comp. Some veterans of the American revolution in various 
parts of United States; items from newspapers, 1816-1850, about 1500 items 
alphabetically arranged. New Ipswich, N. H. 2 v. [796 

Manuscript copy. 

Condict, lewis. The Condict Revolutionary record abstracts. N. J. hist. soc. 
PROC, n. s. VIII (Jan., Oct.) 30-35, 306-312. [797 

Copies of the war records of Revolutionary soldiers of New Jersey, abstracts of whose testimony in 
applying for pensions were kept by Dr. Lewis Condict, attorney of Morristown. 
Cont. from v. VII, 1922. 

Draper, Mrs. Amos. G. (Bell Merrill Draper). New Hampshire Revolutionary 
pensioners. Nation, geneal. soc. quar., XI (Jan.) 52-53; XII (Mar. -June) 
4-5, 21-25. [798 

Cont. from the October, 1922, number. 

Lash, Olive H. Harwood. Revolutionarv soldiers and sailors of Onondaga countv, 
N. Y. D. A. R. MAG., LVII (Feb.) 94-95. [799 

McClellan, Edwin N. Marine officers of the American revolution. D. A. R. 
MAG., LVII (July) 409-417. [800 

JNational society of the Daughters of the American revolution. Graves of Revo- 
lutionary soldiers located. In the Twenty-fifth report of the National society 
of the Daughters of the American revolution, March 1, 1921, to March 1, 1922. 

\ Washington: Gov. print, off. (67th Cong., 4th sess. Doc. no. 289) p. 

j 110-122. [801 

O'Brien, Michael J. The Connecticut Irish in the Revolution; numerous Celtic 
■ names listed in the muster rolls. Am. Irish hist. soc. jour., XXII, 196-214. 

[802 



56 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Revolutionary soldiers not contained in Pennsylvania archives. Nation. 
GENEAL. soc. QUAR., XII (Mar.) 1-3. [803 

List of Pennsylvania soldiers of the Revolution. 

Virginia state troops in the Revolution. Va. mag. hist., XXXI (Oct.) 326-332. 

[804-5 

Cont. from v. XXX, 1922. 

Consists of records of disbursements, March 30-April 18, 1776, giving names of soldiers and amounts 
paid, from the State auditor's papers, now in the Virginia state library. 

1783-1789 

Colquitt, Dolores Boisfeuillet. ''The Republican court." D. A. R. mag., LVII 
(Feb.) 76-82. [806 

A description, with reproduction, of the well known painting by Daniel Huntington, entitled, "The 
Republican court," or sometimes called, "Martha Washington's reception." The identity of the 
notable persons of the revolutionary period shown in the picture is also given. 

Dunbar, Louise Burnham. A study of "monarchical" tendencies in the United 
States, from 1776 to 1801. Urbana: University of Illinois. 164 p. (Uni- 
versity of Illinois studies in the social sciences, v. X, no. 1) [807 

Rev in: Am. pol. sci. rev., XVII (Aug.) 482-483. 

1789-1829 

General 

Chinard, Gilbert. Volney et TAmerique d'apres des documents inedits et sa 
correspondence avec Jefferson. Baltimore, Md. : The Johns Hopkins press; 
Paris: Les Presses universitaires de France. 296 p. port. (The Johns 
Hopkins studies in Romance literatures and languages, v. I) [808 

The period covered extends from 1796 to 1805. 

Contents. — La preparation au voyage. Lss premiers ouvrages. Sejour a Philadelphie et voyage 
dans le sud et I'ouest des Etats-Unis. La controverse avec le Dr. Priestley — 1' Alien biU. Volney et 
Bonaparte — La cession de la Louisiane — Traduction des Ruines par Jefferson. La tableau du climat 
et du sol des Etats-Unis. Conclusion. 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (July 1924) 807-808. 

Cox, Isaac Joslin. The Louisiana-Texas frontier during the Burr conspiracv. 
Miss. Valley hist, rev., X (Dec.) 274-284. [809 

Shows the impoitance of the Louisiana-Texas frontier in our early diplomatic relations (with Spain) 
and of the relation thereto of Burr's conspiracy. 

Dujarric-Descombes, A. Une loge frangais aux Etats-Unis (1792-1802). Rev. 
ETUDES HIST., LXXXIX (Oct.) 483-488. [810 

A lodge or mutual benefit society founded by French refugees from Santo Domingo in Philadelphia 
in 1792. 

Malone, Dumas. The threatened prosecution of Alexander Hamilton under the 
sedition act by Thomas Cooper. Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Oct.) 76-81. [811 
Alexander Hamilton was threatened with prosecution under the sedition act for the criticisms ex- 
pressed in his famous letter on the public conduct and character of John Adams, during the campaign 
of 1800. 

Masson, Marjorie, and J. F. Jameson. The Odyssey of Thomas Muir. Am. 
hist, rev., XXIX (Oct.) 49-72. [812 

Tells the story of Thomas Muir, an Edinburgh advocate and radical, who was tried for sedition and 
transported to Australia in 1794; from there he escaped to the northwest coast of America on an American 
trading ship in 1796; and at Nootka Sound joined the crew of a Spanish ship on its way to San Bias, New 
Spain. After extensive wanderings and many vicissitudes, he reached France in November, 1797. 

Paullin, Charles 0. Early movements for a national observatory, 1802-1842. 
Columbia hist. soc. rec, XXV, 36-56. [813 

During this period there were four general movements for a national observatory, each originated and 
chiefly promoted by a single man — by F. R. Hassler, William Lambert, John Quincy Adams, and 
James M. Gilliss, respectively. 

Philips, Edith. Les refugies bonapartistes en Am6rique (1815-1830). Paris: 
fidition de la "Vie universitaire". 137 p. [814 

Doctoral dissertation. 

There are chapters devoted to the founding of Demopolis and d'Aigleville in Alabama, and to 
Champ d'Asile established on the Trinity river in Texas. 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY, 1923 57 

Plumer, William. William Plumer's memorandum of proceedings in the United 
States Senate, 1803-1807, edited by Everett Somervillc Brown. N. Y.: 
Macmillan. ix, 673 p. (University of Michigan publications. [Humanistic 
papers]) (815 

A political diary of the periofl. 

" Its value tor historians lies first in the outlines of Senate debates, at a time when they were reported 
only occasionally in newspapers or in the Annals of Congress. . . . The work is not merely a memo- 
randuni of debates, but a diary of life in the infant capital." cf. Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Jan, 
1924) 350-351. 

War of 1812 

Canada. Archives. General entry book of American pri.soners of war at 
Quebec. [Hartford, Conn., pref. 1923.] 2 v. in 1. [816 

Autographed from type-written copy. 

Five certified copies have been made by the National society of United States daughters of 1812, from 
tlie original documents in the Public archives of Canada at the expense of the New York and Penn- 
sylvania state societies. 

American prisoners held on British prison ships during the War of 1812. 

Chappie, William Dinsmore. Salem and the War of 1812. Essex inst. hist. 
COLL., LIX (Oct.) 289-304. [817 

Green, Ernest. Lincoln at bay, a sketch of 1814. Welland, Canada: Tribune- 
Telegraph press. 78 p. illus. (maps). [818 

Concerning the services and sacrifices of the people of Lincoln county, Ontario, during the War of 
1812. 
Casualties in the battle of Chippawa [and muster rolls of Lincoln co. regiments]: p. 69-78. 

Hamlin, L. Belle, cd. Selections from the Gano papers, VI. Cincinnati: The 
Abingdon press. 36 p. (Ohio hist, and phil. soc. pub., v. XVIII, no. 1) [819 

Selections from the military papers of John Stiles Gano, major-general, commandant of the 1st divi- 
sion of the Ohio militia. They cover the period from 1797 to 1817 and consist of lists of Ohio militia 
companies, commissions, orders, etc., and are of value as source material for the history of the Old North- 
west, and the war with Great Britain, 1812-1815. The installment hero given covers the period Nov. 27, 
1813-Feb. 2, 1814. 

Cont. from v. XVII of the Quarterly. 

logan, William. Glimpses of "Camp Liberty" in 1814. N. J. hist. soc. 
PKOC, n. s. VIII (Jan.) 35-38. [820 

Extracts from some letters written by Captain William Logan, at Camp Liberty, Sandy Hook, New 
Jersey, during the War of 1812. 

[lundy's Lane historical society] The battle of Cook's Mills and the dedica- 
tion of its monument. Welland, Can.: Tribune-Telegraph press. 23 p. 

[821 

The unveiling and dedicatory ceremonies were carried out by the Lundy's Lane historical society. 

Marigny, Bernard. Reflections on the campaign of General Andrew Jackson in 
Louisiana in 1814 and '15. X^ew Orleans: Printery of J. L. Sollee, 1848. 
La. HIST. QUAR., VI (Jan.) 61-85. [822 

Translation, by Grace King, of a rare pamphlet preserved in the library of the Louisiana historical 
society. "The 'Reflexions' is a defense of the Creoles of Louisiana against the insinuations and inuen- 
docs regarding their patriotism, that were current subsequent to the battle of January 8, 1815." 

Nursey, Walter R. The story of Isaac Brock (General Sir Isaac Brock, k. b.) 

hero, defender and saviour of Upper Canada, 1812. Toronto: jMcClelland 

and Stewart. 237 p. [823 
4th ed., rev. and enl. 

Snider, C. H. J. The glorious "Shannon's" old blue duster and other faded 
flags of fadeless fame. With a foreword from the Rt. Hon. Sir William Thomas 
White. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, xv, 430 p. col. front., illus. 
(inch ports.) col. plates. [824 

First published from time to time, as separate studies, in the Evening telegram, Toronto. 
Describes the capture of the U. S. frigate "Chesapeake" by the British ship "Shannon" on June 1, 
1813, and other naval engagements of the war, and tells the story of the flags flown during these battles. 
Rev. in: Canad. hist, rev., V (Mar. 1924) 65-66. 

Wood, William, ed. Select British documents of the Canadian war of 1812. 
In three volumes, v. II. Toronto: The Champlain society, ix, [3], 517 p. 
(Champlain soc. pub., XIII). ' [825 

Contents. — A. Narrative documents [1813] (continued). 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXX (Jau. 1925) 401; Canad. hist, rev., V (Mar. 1924) 61-65. 

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1829-1861 

General 

Bassett, John Spencer. Notes on Jackson's visit to New England, June, 1833. 
Mass. hist. soc. proc, LVI, 244-260. [826 

Foster, Herbert Darling. Webster's seventh of March speech and the secession 
movement, 1850. With foreword by Nathaniel Wright Stephenson. Hanover, 
N. H. 36 p. (Dartmouth college reprints, ser. I, no. 5.) [827 

Reprinted from the American historical review, v. XXVII, no. 2, January, 1922. 

Garber, Paul Neff. The Gadsden treaty. Phila.: Press of the University of 
Pennsylvania, viii, [4], 222 p. maps. [828 

Published also as thesis (ph.d.) University of Pennsylvania, 1923. 

It is the purpose of the author "to outline the factors that constituted the Mexican question in 1853; 
to study the influences that affected the negotiation and ratification of the treaty; and to explain the 
failure of the treaty to solve these problems [the issues then existing between the two nations] ". 

Hughes, Robert M. Floyd's resignation from Buchanan's cabinet. Tyler's 
QUAR. hist, and GENEAL. MAG., V (Oct.) 73-95. [829 

Kohlmier, A. L. Commerce and Union sentiment in the Old Northwest in 1860. 
III. hist. soc. trans., for the year 1923, 154-161. [830 

Rippy, J. Fred. The negotiation of the Gadsden treaty. Southw. hist, quar., 
XXVII (July) 1-26. [831 

Tiberg, W. E. The responsibility for the failure of compromise in 1860. Hist. 
OUTLOOK, XIV (Mar.) 85-93. [832 

Winkler, E. W., ed. The Bryan-Hayes correspondence. Southw. hist, quar., 
XXVI (Jan.-Apr.) 234-239, 281-316; XXVII (July-Oct.) 52-73, 164-167. 

[833 

Correspondence between Col. Guy M. Bryan, of Texas, and Rutherford Birchard Hayes, extending 
over a period of fifty years, 1843-1892. The correspondence is varied in its contents, but is largely con- 
cerned with political and national affairs and is of especial importance during the campaign for the 
presidency in 1876 and Hayes' administration, 1877-1881. 

The installments in these numbers of the Quarterly cover the period from Dec. 22, 1875 to Dec. 25. 
1876. 

Cont. from v. XXVI, no. 2, Oct. 1922. 

Mexican War 

McClellan, Edwin North. The conquest of California. Marine corps gazette, 
VIII (Sept.) 177-211. [834 

Slavery 

Boyd, William K. Documents and comments on benefit of clergy as apphed to 
slaves. JouR. negro hist., VIII (Oct.) 443-447. [835 

Davis, T. R. Negro servitude in the United States. Jour, negro hist., VIII 
(July) 247-283. [836 

Greenough, Charles P. Thomas Sims papers. Mass. hist. soc. proc, LV, 
340-344. [837 

Remarks of Mr. Greenough in presenting contemporary documents relating to the fugitive slave law 
excitement in Boston, in 1856. 

Landon, Fred. Canada and the underground railroad. Kingston hist. soc. 
REP., 1923, 17-31. [838 

lee, Thomas G. Chief Justice Taney and the Dred Scott decision. Am. Irish 
HIST. soc. JOUR., XXII, 142-144. [839 

Malin, James C. The proslavery background of the Kansas struggle. Miss. 
Valley hist, rev., X (Dec.) 285-305. [840 

Norcross, Grenville Howland. George Latimer. Mass. hist. soc. proc, LVI, 
170-171. [841 

Note in communicating a manuscript of Oct. 28, 1842, in regard to George Latimer, a fugitive slave 
seized in Boston by his former owner. 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY, 1923 59 



Taylor, A. A. The movement of negroes from the east to the Gulf states from 1830 
to 1850. Jour, negro hist., VIII (July) 367-383. (842 

Wilson, G. R. The religion of the American negro slave: his attitude toward hfe 
and death. Jour, negro hist., VIII (Jan.) 41-71. (843 

1861-1865 

Miscellaneous 

Alexander, W. D. Grant outgeneraled. Confed. vet., XXXI (June) 211-212. 

(844 
An account of the battle of Spotsylvania Courthouse, May 12, 1864. 

Anderson, Joseph R. Anderson's brigade in battles around Richmond. Confed. 
vet., XXXI (Dec.) 448-4.51. [846 

Bainum, Noah C. General Grant's first day's march. III. hist. soc. jour., XV, 
nos. 3-4, GG4-669. [846 

Bell, William. Camp Jackson prisoners. Confed. vet., XXXI (Julv) 260-201. 

[847 

Bradwell, I. G. The grand review. Confed. vet., XXXI (Jan.) 16-18. [848 
The review of the Confederate army, by General Lee, along the south side of the Rapidan river, in 1864. 

Bradwell, I. G. Picturesque soldiery. Confed. vet., XXXI (June) 212-214. 

[849 
An account of the Buck Tails, Zouaves, and Garibaldi Guard, of the Union army. 

Brown, B. F. McGowan's South Carolina brigade in the battle of Gettysburg. 
Confed. vet., XXXI (Feb.) 51-53. [850 

Bynner, Edwin. Letter of Edwin Bvnner. Mass. hist. soc. proc, LVI, 269-271. 

[851 

Copy of a letter written by Edwin Bynner to his sister, April 23, 1865, in which he discusses the assas- 
sination of Lincoln and political affairs of the day. 

Cabell, William Preston. How a woman helped to save Richmond. Confed. 
VET., XXXI (May) 177-178. [852 

Carroll, Thomas F. Freedom of speech and of the press during the Civil war. 
Va. law REV., IX (May) 516-551. [853 

Chambers, H. A. The Bloodv Crater. Confed. vet., XXXI (Mav) 174-177. 

[854 

Christian, George L. General Lee's headquarters records and papers — the present 
location of some of them. So. hist. soc. pap., n. s. VI (whole no. XLIV) 229- 
231. [855 

Clark, Walter. North Carolina troops at Gettvsburg. N. C. booklet, XXII, 
91-108. "^ (856 

Confederate states of America. Congress. Proceedings of first Confederate con- 
gress — first session (in part). So. hist. soc. pap., n. s. VI (whole no. XLIV) 
5-206. [857 

Comprises full abstracts of the debates, compiled from the newspapers, the Richmond Examiner 
being the newspaper mainly used. 
Covers the period from Feb. 18, 1861, to March 25, 1862. 

Contribution of the Confederacy to naval architecture and naval warfare. Con- 
fed. vet., XXXI (Sept.) 334-338. [858 

Anonymous. 

Dalton letters, 1861-1865. Mass. hist. soc. proc, LVI, 354-495. [859 

A number of letters written by four members of the Dalton family of Boston, John Call Dalton, jr., 
Charles Henry Dalton, Edward Barry Dalton, and Henrj' Rogers Dalton, telling the story of service 
in the Civil war. 

Dimitry, Adelaide Stuart. The battle of the handkerchiefs. Confed. vet., XXXI 
(May) 182-183. [860 

"The celebrated 'battle of the handkerchiefs', courageously fought on the levee, February 20, 1863» 
by the Confederate women of New Orleans." 



60 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Du Pont, H. A. The battle of Newmarket, Virginia, May 15, 1864. [Washington 
D. C: Printed by C. Ford] 29 p. [861 

Eckenrode, H. J. Jefferson Davis, president of the South. N. Y.: Macmillan. 
[12], 371 p. [862 

"The present work is a study of the politico-military history of the Confederacy." 
Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Jan. 1924) 356-358. 

Edwards, John N. Shelby's expedition to Mexico; an unwritten leaf of the war. 
Mo. HIST. REV., XVII (Jan.-Apr.) 187-197, 348-357. [863 

Cont. from v. XVII, no. 1, Oct. 1922. 
Extracts from the account of "Shelby's expedition to Mexico," written by a participant, John N. 
Edwards. It was published at Kansas City, Mo., in 1872, and is now out of print and rare. 

Ewing, G. D. Morgan's last raid into Kentucky. Confed. vet., XXXI (July) 
254-256. [864 

Famous war prisons and escapes. (From Richmond Times Dispatch). Confed. 
VET., XXXI (Nov.) 411-414. [865 

Fleming, Vivian Minor. The Wilderness campaign. Richmond, Va.: W. C. 
HiU print, co. 1922. 31 p. [865a 

From the papers of Horatio Woodman. Mass. hist. see. proc, LVI, 232-242. 






Prints a number of letters, of the years 1860-1864, written to Horatio Woodman. The conduct of the 
war and political affairs are among the subjects discussed. 

Frothingham, Thomas Goddard. The crisis of the Civil war — Antietam. Mass. 
HIST. soc. PROC, LVI, 173-208. [867 

Gallaher, D. C. Closing scenes of war in the Shenandoah valley. Confed. vet., 
XXXI (Jan.) 12-14. [868 

Greene, S. Dana. The ''Monitor" at sea and in battle. U. S. N. inst. proc, 
XLIX (Nov.) 1839-1849. [869 

Prints a letter written March 14, 1862, by a young naval officer giving a personal narrative of the voy- 
age of the "Monitor" from New York to Hampton Roads, and of her battle with the "Merrimac." 

Hannum, Warren T. The crossing of the James river in 1864. Mil. engineer, 
XV (May) 229-237. [870 

The Army of the Potomac crossed the James river on June 14th and 15th, 1864. 

Hart, W. 0. When Jefferson Davis was freed. Confed. vet., XXXI (June) 
208-209. [871 

Hawes, George Percy. The battle of Cedar Creek. Confed. vet., XXXI 
(May) 169-170. [872 

Hay, Thomas Eobson. The Atlanta campaign. Ga. hist, quar., VII (Mar.) 
19-43, 99-118. [873 

Hay, Thomas Eobson. The battle of Spring Hill. Tenn. hist, mag., VII, no. 2 
(July 1921) [issued May 1923] 74-91. [874 

Condensed from two chapters of the author's monograph on "Hood's Tennessee campaign" which 
was awarded the Robert M. Johnston military history prize of the American historical association at 
the December, 1920, meeting. 

Hay, Thomas Robson. The campaign and battle of Chickamauga. Ga. hist. 
QUAR., VII (Sept.) 213-250. [875 

The Heth papers. So. hist. soc. pap., n. s. VI (whole no. XLIV) 232-240. [876 

Some correspondence of General Henry Heth, c. s. A. 

Hite, Cornelius Baldwin. The Confederate army. Confed. vet., XXXI (June) 
221-222. [877 

Concerned with the number of troops in the Confederate army. 

How far did Morgan get? Confed. vet., XXXI (May) 170-172. [878 

An article which appeared in an Ohio newspaper, September 1922. It gives an "idea of the conster- 
nation caused by Morgan's invasion of that state." 

Howry, Charles B. Responsibility for the war. Confed. vet., XXXI (Mar.) 
90-93. [879 



61 

Hyde, Anne Bachman. The battle of Shiloh. Confed. vet., XXXI (Apr.) 
129-132. [880 

Imboden, J. D. The battle of Piedmont. Confed. vet., XXXI (Dec.) 409-401. 

[881 

Inzer, John W. Alabama's secession convention, 1861. Confed. vet., XXXI 
(Jan.) 7-9. [882 

Scones and incidents of the convention as remtmbcrod by Col. John W. Inzer. Notes dictated to an I 
prepared by his grandson, John Inzer Freeman. 

James, Alfred P. The strategy of concentration of the Confederate forces in 
the Mississippi Vallev in the spring of 18G2. Am. hist, assoc. rep., for the 
year 1919, I, 365 -374"! [883 

Johnston, Ida Lee. Over the stone wall at Gettysburg. Confed. vet., XXXI 
(July) 248-249. [884 

A sketch of Lieut. John A. I. Leo, Company C, of the 2Sth Virginia regiment, the first man in Pickett's 
division to cross the stone wall in the charge at Gettysburg. 

Jones, P. R. Recollections of the battle of Murfreesboro. Confed. vet., 
XXXI (Sept.) 341-342. [885 

Landis, Mrs. C. E. The siege and fall of Selma, Ala. Confed. vet., XXXI 
(Mar.) 9G-97. [886 

Landon, Fred. Gettysburg after sixty years. Canad. mag., LXI (Oct.) 486-492, 

[887 

Love, W. A. Garibaldi and the war against secession. Confed. vet., XXXI 
(Sept.) 328-329. [888 

McDonald, W. N. Hampton's cattle raid. Confed. vet., XXXI (Mar.) 94-96. 

[889 

M'Farland, Baxter. Losses of the eleventh Mississippi regiment at Gcttvsburg. 
Confed. vet., XXXI (July) 258-260. " [890 

Mahan, Bruce E. A Confederate spy. Palimpsest, IV (Feb.) 33-52. [891 

Incidents in the career of John Yates Beall. 

Mays, Samuel Elias. Famous battles as a Confederate private saw them. Ty- 
ler's QUAR. HIST. AND GENEAL, MAG., IV (Apr.) 388-405. [892 

Mays, Samuel Elias. Sketches from the journal of a Confederate soldier. Ty- 
ler's QUAR. HIST. AND GENEAL. MAG., V (July-Oct.) 30-54, 95-127. [893 

Meegan, Beatrice Van Court. Causes of secession. Confed. vet., XXXI (Feb.) 
58-59. [894 

Morgan, John S. Diary of John S. Morgan, companv G, Thirtv-third Iowa 
infantry. Ann. Iowa, 3d ser., XIII (Jan.-Apr.) 483-508, 570-610. [895 

The diary extends from Feb. 24 to Dec. 31, 1SG3, and from Jan. 1 to Aug. 10, 1865. 

Myers, Henry. Cruising with the Sumter. Confed. vet., XXXI (Dec.) 452- 
454. [896 

Nagle, Theodore M. Reminiscences of the Civil war. [Erie, Pa.: Dispatch ptg. 
& eng. CO.] 84 p. ports. [897 

The writer was formerly sergeant Company " C ", 21st regiment, N. Y. S. vol. inf 

New York (State) Monuments commission for the battlefields of Gettysburg, 
Chattanooga and Antietam. Dedication of the New York state monument 
on the battlefield of Antietam. Albany: J. B. Lyon co., printers. 171 p. 
illus., ports., charts. [898 

Lewis R. Stegman, chairman. 

:Maryland campaign of 1862. Battles of South INIountain, Antietam, and Shepherdstown: p. 65-71. 

Newton, A. P. Anglo-American relations during the Civil war, 1860-1865. In 
The Cambridge histor\' of British foreign policy. Ed. by Sir A. W. Ward . . . 
and G. P. Gooch. v. II. Cambridge: At the University press, p. 488-521. 

[899 



62 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Parker, Prescott A. Story of the Tensaw, Blakely, Spanish Fort, Jackson Oaks, 
Fort Mims. Montrose, Ala.: P. A. Parker [1922?] 19, [11] p. front., illus. 

[900 

The story of the siege of Mobile, 1865. 

Appendix a: Organization of the Union forces . . . operating against Mobile, Ala., March 17-April 
12, 1865. Appendix b: Organization of troops in the District of the Gulf . , . C. S. army . . . March 
10, 1865. 

Parkhurst, Clint. The siege of Corinth. Palimpsest, IV (Jan.) 1-13. [901 

Parks, W. M. Building a war ship in the southern Confederacy. U. S. N. 
INST. PRoc, XLIX (Aug.) 1299-1307. [902 

Perham, Aurestus S. Major General Gouverneur K. Warren in the battle of 
Five Forks. N. Y. state hist, assoc. jour., IV (July) 148-170. [903 

Pitzman, Julius. Vicksburg campaign reminiscences. Mil. engineer, XV 
(Mar.) 112-115. [904 

Reminiscences of an officer in the Engineer corps of the Union army. 

Porter, Horace. Incidents of the surrender. Confed. vet., XXXI (Oct.) 
373-375. [905 

An account of the surrender at Appomattox, written by General Horace Porter, on the staff of General 
Grant, copied from the " National Tribune". 

Prenter, Anna. Application of veto power by Abraham Lincoln. Western Pa.' 
hist, mag., VI (Jan.) 51-55. [906 

Purifoy, John. Assault of Anderson's division, July 2, 1863. Confed. vet., 
XXXI (Oct.) 377-378. [907 

Assault at the battle of Gettysburg. 

Purifoy, John. The battle of Gettysburg, July 1, 1863. Confed. vet., XXXI 
(Jan., Apr.) 22-25, 138-142. [908 

Purifoy, John. The battle of Gettysburg, July 2. Confed. vet., XXXI 
(July, Nov.) 252-253, 416-419. [909 

Purifoy, John. Ewell's attack at Gettysburg, July 2, 1863. Confed. vet., 
XXXI (Dec.) 454-456. [910 

Purifoy, John. Jeff Davis at the Bloody Angle. Confed. vet., XXXI (Sept.) 
331-333. [911 

The "Bloody Angle" at Spotsylvania Courthouse, May 12, 1864. 

Purifoy, John. Longstreet's attack at Gettysburg, July 2, 1863. Confed. vet. 
XXXI (Aug.) 292-294. [912 

Purifoy, John. The lost opportunity at Gettysburg. Confed. vet., XXXI 
(June) 214-218. [913 

Purifoy, John. Stuart's ride through the enemy's country. Confed. vet., 
XXXI (Feb.) 55-56. [914 

Putnam, George Haven. Jefferson Davis and the fight for the Republic. 
Indep., CX (Feb. 17) 124-126. [915 

A review of "Jefferson Davis; his life and personality," by Morris Schaff (Boston: J. W. Luce co., 
1922). 

Raney, William F. Recruiting and crimping in Canada for the northern forces, 
1861-1865. Miss. Valley hist, rev., X (June) 21-33. [916 

Describes a system of securing men in Canada, not authorized by the United States government, and 
not under the direction of any one head, which developed during the Civil war. 

Richardson, Frank L. War as I saw it, 1861-1865. La. hist, quae., VI (Jan.- 
Apr.) 86-106, 223-254. [917 

Reminiscences of a Confederate soldier. 

Robertson, Margaret B. S. My childhood recollections of the war. So. hist. 
soc. pap., n. s. VI (whole no. XLIV) 215-229. [918 

Recollections of life in the Confederacy. 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY, 1923 63 

Rogers, William E. The first battle of the ironclads as seen by an eye witness; 

printed from a talk by Colonel William E. Rogers to the Mount Pleasant 

citizens' association, Washington, D. C, October, 1923. [Washington: 

Hayworth print, co.] 18 p. illus. [919 

Describes the fight between the Monitor and the Merrimac at Hampton Roads, in 1W2, 

Rood, Hosea W. The Grand army of the republic. [Menasha, Wis.] 27 p. 
[Wisconsin. State historical society. Separate, no. 230]. [920 

Reprinted from the Wisconsin magazine of history, v. VI, nos. 3-4, March-June, l'J2:}. 

Rowland, Dunbar. Jefferson Davis's place in history as revealed in his letters, 
papers, and speeches, by Dunbar Rowland, ll. d., state historian of Missis- 
sippi. [Jackson, Miss.: The Torgerson press] 16 p. [921 
Issued by the Mississippi Department of archives and history. 

Rowland, Dunbar, ed. Jefferson Davis, constitutionalist; his letters, papers and 
speeches. Jackson, Mississippi: Printed for the Mississippi department of 
archives and history. 10 v. ports., plate. [922 

"The editor submits 'Jefferson Davis, constitutionalist; his letters, papers and speeches' to a gener- 
ous public with the confident belief that the historical and biographical material contained in these 
volumes will place the president of the Southern Confederacy in an altogether dilferent light from that 
in which many have hitherto presented him." c/. Introd. 
Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Jan. 1924) 352-356. 

Sherwood, Isaac R. Memories of the w^ar. Toledo, O.: The H. J. Chittenden 
CO. [8], 238 p. plate, ports. [923 

Memories of the Civil war. 

Shortridge, Wilson Porter. Kentucky neutrality in 1861. Miss. Valley hist. 
REV., IX (Mar.) 283-301. [924 

Shotwell, Walter Gaston. The Civil war in America. London, N. Y. [etc.] 
Longmans, Green and co. 2 v. [925 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Apr» 1924) 571-573. 

Sliger, J. E. How General Taylor fought the battle of Mansfield, La. Confed. 
VET., XXXI (Dec.) 456-458. [926 

Stephenson, N, W. Lincoln and the progress of nationality in the North. Am. 
HIST. ASSOC. REP., for the year 1919, I, 351-363. [927 

Thornberry, Ruby S. The Alabama. Confed. vet., XXXI (Julv) 250-251. 

[928 

Tindall, William. The true story of the Virginia and the Monitor; the account 
of an eye-witness. With an introduction by Milledge L, Bonham, jr. Rich- 
mond, Va.: Old Dominion press. 90 p. map, plates. [929 
Reprinted from the Virginia historical magazine, v. XXXI, Jan.-Apr., 1923. 

Trow, Harrison. Charles W. Quantrell; a true history of his guerrilla warfare on 
the Missouri and Kansas border during the Civil war of 1861-1865, by John 
P. Burch ... as told by Captain Harrison Trow. [Kansas City, Mo.] 
266 p. illus., plate, ports. [930 

White, Patrick H. Civil war diary of Patrick H. White; contributed by J. E. 
Boos. III. hist. soc. jour., XV, nos. 3-4, 640-663. " [931 

Whitton, F. E. Vicksburg, 4th July, 1863. In his The decisive battles of modern 
times. London [etc.] Constable, p. 1-51. [931a 

Williams, Nannie H. The Tennessee Confederate orphanage. Coxfed. vet., 
XXXI (June) 218-220. [932 

Wise, Jennings C. The artillery mechanics of Gettvsburg. Field artillery 
JOUR., XIII (Nov.) 493-497. ' [933 

Wise, Jennings C. The bov gunners of Lee. Field artillery jour., XIII 
(May-June) 183-189, 346-355. [934 



64 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Regimental Histories 

Iowa infantry. Wright, Henry H. A history of the Sixth Iowa infantry. 
Iowa City, la.: The State historical society of Iowa, xii, 539 p. [935 

Louisiana battalion. lea, H. J. The fourth Louisiana battaUon at the battle 
of Secessionville, S. C. Confed. vet., XXXI (Jan.) 14-16. [936 

Mississippi regiment. Chambers, C. C. The Coahoma invincibles. Confed. 
VET., XXXI (Nov.-Dec.) 420-422, 461-463. [937 

The first company made up in Coahoma county, Mississippi, which later became Company B, of 
the 11th Mississippi regiment. 

Missouri regiment. Cleveland, Charles Boarman. With the third Missouri 
regiment; reminiscences of Charles Boarman Cleveland. Confed. vet., 
XXXI (Jan.) 18-21. [938 

New York infantry. Buckley, William. Buckley's history of the great 
reunion of the North and the South and of the blue and the gray; an impartial 
non-political account of the beginning of reconciliation ... in the United 
States. [Staunton: McClure co., inc., printer] 244 p. plate, ports. [939 

An "account of the very important and noble part taken in the reunion by the veterans of the 28th 
New York regiment of infantry volunteers, and the 5th Virginia infantry regiment." The reunion 
referred to was held at Niagara Falls, May 22, 1883. 

Tennessee regiment. West, James Durham. The Thirteenth Tennessee 
regiment — Confederate states of America. Tenn. hist. mag. VII, no. 3 (Oct. 
1921) [issued Aug. 1923] 180-193. [940 

Includes a biographical sketch of the Reverend James Durham West, d. d., by Elizabeth Howard 
West. 

1865-1917 

Miscellaneous 

Beck, James M. Our silver jubilee, a retrospect, 1898-1923; an address delivered 
by James M. Beck, ... a past president of the Pennsylvania society, at its 
twenty-fifth annual dinner, given at the hotel Waldorf-Astoria, New York 
citv, December 15, 1923. Washington, D. C: Press of Judd and Detweiler. J 
16 p. [941 1 

a retrospect of American life for twenty-five years. 

Burnap, Willard A. What happened during one man's lifetime, 1840-1920. 
A review of some great, near great and little events. Fergus Falls, Minn.: 
W. L. Burnap. 461 p. illus., maps. [942 

Contents.— The passing of the Indian. The settling of the West. The freeing of the negro. Some- 
findings of three wars: The Civil war. The Spanish -American war. The World war. 

Graham, Malbone Watson, jr. The controversy between the United States and 
the allied governments respecting neutral rights and commerce during the 
period of neutrality, 1914-1917. Austin, Tex.: The University. 192 p. 
(Univ. of Texas bul., no. 2344: Novem.ber 22, 1923) [945 

Griffin, Solomon Bulkeley. People and politics observed by a Massachusetts 
editor. Boston: Little, Brown and co. xi, 510 p. plate, ports., facsims. 

[944 

The reminiscences of one who for nearly forty years, prior to 1919, was managing editor of the Spring- 
field (Mass.) Republican. The first part of the book is devoted to "Pictures of New England life"' 
and the second part to "Glimpses of state and national politics". 

Rev. in: Am. pol. sci. rev., XVII (Aug.) 481-482. 

HoUiday, Carl. The Reconstruction — its actual workings. Meth. quae, rev.^ 
LXXII (Apr.) 297-311. [945 

James, Henry. Richard Olney and his public service; with documents including- 
unpublished diplomatic correspondence. Boston and N. Y. : Houghton 
Mifflin CO. xi, 335 p. plates, ports., map, facsim. [946 

This biography is largely concerned with his four years of public service, as attorney-general and 
secretary of state during Cleveland's second administration. The Chicago strike, Venezuela dispute* 
and general arbitration treaty are discussed in particular. 

Rev. in: Am. pol. sci. rev., XVIII (May 1924) 393-394. 



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Kohlsaat, H. H. From MoKiiiley to Harding; personal recollections of our presi- 
dents. N. Y. and London: Scribner. x, 235 p. ports., facsiins. (947 
Principally recollections of Presidents McKinley and Roosevelt. 

McElroy, Robert. Grovcr Cleveland, the man and the statesman; an authorized 
biography. N. Y. and London: Harper. 2 v. ports. (948 

Tliis biography "is of special importance to the understanding of a very critical period in American 
history— the period of readjustment to the new conditions created by the Civil war", cf. Introd. 
Introduction by Elihu Root. 

Parker, George F. Cleveland's second aflmini.stration as president. Saturday 
EVENING POST, CXCV (Junc 9) 40-50. (949 

Parker, George F. Grover Cleveland's first administration as president. Satur- 
day EVENING POST, CXCV (Apr. 7) 4G-56. (950 

Parker, George F. How Cleveland and Whitney made the new navv. Saturday 
EVENING post, CXCV (iMay 19) 42-54. ' ^ [951 

Staples, Thomas S. Reconstruction in Arkansas, 1SG2-1874. N. Y. : Columbia 
university; [etc.] 450 p. (Columbia univ. stud., v. CIX; whole no. 245) [952 
Published also as thesis (ph. d.) Columbia university, 1923. 

Swisher, J. A. The capital on wheels. Palimpsest, IV (May) 151-169. [953 

Concerned w^ith the agitation for the removal of the national capital to the Mississippi valley soon 
after the Civil war. 

Spanish-American War 

Arderlus, Francisco. The naval battle at Santiago. Living age, 8th ser., 
XXXII (Dec. 22) 548-551. [954 

Account of the Santiago combat by a participant. Consists of a translation of the article which was 
published in "El Sol", Madrid, Nov 8, 1923. 

Carlstrom, Oscar E. The Spanish-American war. III. hist. soc. jour., XVI, 
nos. 1-2, 104-110. [955 

Long, John D. The ancient days of the Spanish war; chapters from the diary of 
John D. Long. Ed. b}^ Lawrence Shaw Mayo. Atlantic, CXXXI (Jan.- 
Feb.) 39-47, 209-218. ' [956 

The February installment has title: Putting the navy to test. 
Passages from the diary of the Secretary of the navy, 1897-1902,- 

Persius, Captain von L. How Manila surrendered. Living age, 8th ser., XXXI 
(Sept. 15) 500-505. [957 

Translation of an article printed in "El Sol", Madrid liberal daily, July 31, 1923. 

1917-1923 

General 

Archimbaud, Leon. La conference de Washington (12 novembre 1921-6 fevrier 
1922). Paris: Payot. 364 p. map. [958 

Harriman, Florence Jaflfray (Hurst) "Mrs. J. Borden Harriman." From pinafores 
to politics, by Mrs. J. Borden Harriman. X^. Y. : Holt. [8], 359 p. plates, 
ports. [959 

Reminiscences of social and political life, being largely concerned with the writer's experiences during 
the World war. 

World War 
General 

Clarkson, Grosvenor B. Industrial America in the World war; the strategy be- 
hind the line, 1917-1918. With an introduction by Georges Clemenceau. 
Boston and N. Y.: Houghton Mifflin co. xxiii, 573 p. ports. [960 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Jan. 1924) 361-363. 

Dearborn, Frederick M., ed. American homeopathy in the World war. [Chicago] 
Pub. by and under the authority of the Board of trustees of the American insti- 
tute of homeopathy. 447 p. iilus., plates, ports. [961 



66 AMERICAN" HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Burette, E. Fort Sill in wartime. Field artillery jour., XIII (May) 239- 

245. [962 

Translation of an article which appeared in the Revue d'artillerie. The writer was the senior French 
oflBcer on duty at Fort SUl during the World war. 

Frothingham, Thomas G. The effect of the effort of the United States upon the 
World war. Mass. hist. soc. proc, LV, 166-171. [963 

Greene, Marc T. American Irish in the World war. Am. Irish hist. soc. jour., 
XXII, 150-153. [964 

Home, Charles F., ed. The great events of the Great war; a comprehensive and 
readable source record of the world's great war, emphasizing the more impor- 
tant events and presenting these as complete narratives in the actual words of 
the chief officials and most eminent leaders . . . editor-in-chief, Charles F. 
Home, directing editor, Walter F. Austin, with a staff of specialists. [N. Y.] 
National alumni. 7v. ports., plates, maps, diagrs. [965 

James, Marquis. A history of the American legion. N. Y. : W^. Green. 320 p. 
plates, ports. [966 

Kriegh, McKinley W. A summary of the achievements of the American expedi- 
tionary force in France, 1917-1919. Kansas hist. soc. coll., XV, 451-456. 

[967 

lee, Thomas Amory. Early history of the Kansas department, American legion. 
Kansas hist. soc. coll., XV, 457-481. [968 

Roz, Firmin. L'Amerique nouvelle; les Etats-Unis et la guerre, les Etats-Unis 
et la paix. Paris: Flammarion. 282 p. (Bibliotheque de philosophie scien- 
tifique) [969 

Sebillot, P. Y. L'aide des Etats-Unis a la France dans le conflit mondial (1914- 
1919). Paris-Courbevoie : Librairie independante. 280 p. maps. [970 

IT. S. Congress. House. Committee on foreign affairs. American battle 

monuments commission . . . Report. [Washington: Gov. print, off.] 7 p. 

(67th Cong., 4th sess. House. Rept. 1504) [971 
Report of the commission on the battle monuments of the World war. 

U. S. Office of naval records and library. American ship casualties of the World 

■ war including naval vessels, merchant ships, sailing vessels, and fishing craft. 

Comp. bv Historical section. Cor. to April 1, 1923. Washington: Gov. print. 

off. iii, 24 p. [972 

At head of title: Navy department. 

Williams, Charles H. Sidelights on negro soldiers. With an introduction by 
Benjamin Brawley. Boston: B. J. Brimmer co. 248 p. [973 

Woolridge, J. W. The same fight as seen by a company of the Thirty-eighth 
infantry; from the operations report of Captain J. W. Woolridge, commanding 
company G. Field aetillery jour., XIII (Sept.) 389-390. [974 

Report on the second battle of the Marne. 

Personal Narratives 

Anderson, J. W. With the tenth Field artillery at the second battle of the Marne. 
Field artillery jour., XIII (Sept.) 375-383. [975 

Barclay, Harold. A doctor in France, 1917-1919; the diary of Harold Barclay. 
N. Y.: Priv. print. 176 p. port. [976 

Farrell, Thomas F. Memories of the battle of Soissons. Mil. engineer, XV 
(July) 327-331. [977 

Hopkins, Johns. A point of view in the Thirtieth infantry. Field artillery 
JOUR., XIII (Sept.) 383-389. [978 

A reminiscence of the second battle of the Marne. 

Irvine, Alexander. A Yankee with the soldiers of the king. N. Y.: Dutton. 
[12], 225. [979 

leach, George E. War diary. Minneapolis. 205 p. illus. [980 

The writer was colonel of the 151st Field artillery, Rainbow division. 



1023 67 

Moseley, George Clark. Extracts from the letters of George Clark Moseley 
during the period of the Great war. Printed for private ditttribution. [Chica- 
go] 239 p. ill lis., plates, ports., facsims. (981 

Sherrill, Stephen H. The experiences of the first American troop of cavalry to 
get into action in the World war. Cav.a.li{Y jouk., XXXII (Apr.) 153-159. 

[982 

Straub, Elmer Frank. A sergeant's diary in the World war; the diary of an 
enlisted member of the 150th field artillery (F(jrty-second (Rainbow) division) 

^October 27, 1917, to August 7, 1919. Inrlianapolis: Indiana historical com- 
mission. 356 p. plates. (Indiana historical collections, v. X) [983 
At head of title: Indiana world war records, v. III. 

Taussig, J. K. Destroyer experiences during the Great war. U. S. X. ixst. 
PROC, XLIX (Jan.-Mar.) 39-G9, 221-248, 383-408. [984 

Contents.— II. With the Queenstowu patrol. III. Convoying merchant .''hips. IV. Operating 
from the base at Brest. 
Cont. from v. XLVIII, 1922. 

State and Local Participation 

Allegheny county medical society. War memorial, Allegheny county medical 
society, Pittsburgh, Peiuisylvania. [Pittsburgh: Allegheny county medical 
society] [24] p. plates. ' [985 

Clark, Walter, jr. North Carolina in the World war. In the Proceedings of 
the twentv-fifth annual session of the North Carolina bar association . . . 
1923. Ed", by H. M. London, secretary (of the Raleigh bar), p. 57-72. [986 

Davis, Arthur Kyle, ed. Virginians of distinguished service of the World war. 
Richmond, Va.: Pub. by order of the executive committee, xxviii, 243 p. 
(Publications of the Virginia war history commission. Source vol. I) [987 

Howe, M. A. De Wolfe. Memoirs of the Harvard dead in the war against Ger- 
manv. v. IV. Cambridge: Harvard university press. [8], 716 p. ports. 

[988 

Biographical sketches of the 106 men of Harvard aflilip.tions who died in the World war between 
August 4 and October 12, 1918, inclusive. 

Illinois. University. Vv^ar publications and reports of the War committee of 
the University of Illinois, 1917-1919. [Urbana] University of Illinois. 46 nos. 
in 1 V. (University of Illinois bulletin, v. XXI, no. 8) [989 

Jenison, Marguerite Edith. War documents and addresses. Springfield, 111.: 
Illinois state historical library, xxvii, 522 p. (Illinois in the World war, 
ed. by T. C. Pease ... v. VI) [989a 

Jenison, Marguerite Edith. The war-time organization of Illinois. Springfield, 
III.: Illinois state historical librarv. xvi, 508 p. (Illinois in the World 
war, ed. by T. C. Pease ... v. V) " [990 

Kendall, Augustine. Report of the activities of the United States fuel adminis- 
tration for W^yoming. In the Second biennial report of the state historian of 
the state of Wyoming, for the period ending September 30, 1922. [Cheyenne: 
State historical department] p. 79-90 [991 

Pollock, Ivan L. The food administration in Iowa. Iowa City, la.: State his- 
torical society of Iowa. 2 v. (Iowa chronicles of the World war) [992 

Chronicles of the World war, edited by Benjamin F. Shambaugh. 
Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Apr. 1924) 613-614. 

Rye, N. Y. "The World war" history of the village of Rye 1917-1918. With 
an appendix of a short, concise history of Rye from the first settlement, 1660, 
to the incorporation of the village, 1904. Ed. and comp. by Chauncey Ives, 
village historian. N. Y.: Knickerbocker press. 102 p. [993 

Whitney, Nathaniel R. The sale of w'ar bonds in Iowa. Iowa City, la.: State 
historical societv of Iowa, xiii, 236 p. (Iowa chronicles of the World war) 

[994 

At head of title: Chronicles of the "World war, ed. by Benjamin F. Shambaugh. 



68 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Military Units 

Coplin, W. M. L. American Red Cross base hospital no. 38 in the World war, 
United States army base hospital no. 38, organized under the auspices of the 
Jefferson medical college and hospital, stationed at Nantes, France, 1918- 
1919. Phila. [The author?] ix, 248 p. plates, ports. [995 

The Illinois national guard in the World war. Chicago hist. soc. bul., I (Jan.) 
46-48. [996 

la Branche, Ernest E. An American battery in France. Worcester, Mass.: 
Belisle print, and pub. co. 237 p. port. [997 

Battery E, 102nd field artillery. 

Martin, Edward. The Twentj^-eighth division, Pennsylvania's guard in the 
World war; forewords by the commanding generals. The history of the Key- 
stone or Iron division in the World war. Also the history and traditions of the 
Pennsylvania national guard and its predecessor the Pennsylvania militia. 
Compiled from official and private records, by Colonel Edward Martin, assisted 
by officers and men of the various units; E. S. Wallace, editor. Pittsburgh, 
Pa.: 28th division pub. co. [20], 498 p. illus. (inch ports., maps) [998 

U. S. engineers. 308th regt. With the 308th engineers from Ohio to the Rhine 
and back, 1917-1919. [Cleveland] 243 p. illus. (incl. ports., maps) col. 
plates. [999 

Privately printed for the 308th engineers veterans association by the Premier press, Cleveland. 

[Westlake, Thomas H.] History of the 320th infantry abroad. [N. Y.: McGraw- 
Phillips print, co.] 127 p. plates, maps. [1000 

Whitney, Stanton. Squadron A in the Great war, 1917-1918, including a narra- 
tive of the 105th M. G. battalion. N. Y. : Squadron A association. [12], 
428 p. plates, ports., maps. [1001 
The 105th machine gun battalion in the Great war. 

York, Dorothea. The romance of Company ''A," 339th infantry, a. n. r. e. f., 
by Dorothea York, with the co-operation of Sgt. Edward J. McCioskey, Sgt. 
John F. Galloway, Sgt. Harold C. Culver . . . [and others] [Detroit: Mc- 
Intyre print, co.] 156 p. illus. (incl. map, music) plates. [1002 

Peace Conference 

Kennedy, A. I. America's part in the treaty of Versailles. Edinburgh rev. 
CCXXXVII (Apr.) 238-254. [1003 



REGIONAL (LOCAL) HISTORY 
General 

Ballou, Howard Malcolm. Hall's visit to Oregon in 1839. Wash. hist, quar., 
XIV (Oct.) 291-298. [1004 

Hoprintod from "The Friond", of Honolulu, Hawaii, May 192.3. It tells the story of the visit of 
Edwin O. Hall of the Sandwich Islands mission to Oregon in 1839, bringing with him the first printing 
press in the Oregon country. 

Bedford-Jones, H., and Milo M. Quaife. That nivtli Wawatam: a symposium. 
Mich. hist, mag., VII (July) KV.iUO. ' (1006 

In regard to the validity of the account of the Indian chief Wawatam contained in the "Travels" of 
Alexander Henry. 

Bradley, James H. Hunt's expedition to Astoria. Mont. hist. soc. coxtrib., 
IX, 22G-246. [1006 

Exploring expedition of the Pacific fur company, under command of William Price Hunt, in 1810, 
by way of the Missouri river and across the Rocky Mountains. 

Cleland, Mabel Goodwin. Early days in the fir tree country. Seattle, Wash.: 
Washington i)rint. co. 212 p. illus. [1007 

Stories of the Pacific Northwest for children. 

Comfort, Benjamin F. Lewis Cass and the Indian treaties; a monograph on the 
Indian relations of the Northwest Territory from 1813 to 1831. Detroit, 
Mich.: Printed by the Chas. F. May co. 62 p. plates, ports. [1008 

Cook, James H. Fifty years on the old frontier, as cowboy, hunter, guide, scout, 
and ranchman. With an introduction by Brigadier-General Charles King. 
New Haven: Yale univ. press; [etc.] xix, 291 p. plates, ports, [1009 

Cotterill, R. S. The Natchez trace. La. hist, quar., VI (Apr.) 259-268. [1010 

Reprinted from the Tennessee historical magazine, VII, 1921. 

An account of early travel along this pioneer road running from Natchez, Miss., to Nashville, Tenn. 

Coy, Owen C. The pony express — its history. Grizzly Bear, XXXIII (Sept.) 
4-5. [1011 

Douglas, Edward M. Boundaries, areas, geographic centers and altitudes of the 
United States and the several states; with a brief record of important changes 
in their territorv. Washington: Gov. print, off. vi, 234 p. plates, maps. 

[1012 

At head of title: Dept. of the interior, ... U. S. Geological survey, . . . Bulletin 689. 

A record setting forth the history of the boundaries of the United States and the several states and 
territories. 

The 1st edition was published in 1885; t\\Q. 2d edition in 1900; the 3d edition in 1904. The present 
bulletin is a revision and enlargement of 1904 edition. 

Douglas, James. James Douglas, chief factor of the Hudson's Bay company. 
Fort Vancouver, to Governor George Abernethy, Oregon City. Ore. hist. 
soc. quar., XXIV (June) 193-194. [1013 

Letter written Dec. 31, 1847, in regard to a rumor that the properties of the Hudson's Bay company 
were to be levied upon for the equipment of the troops for the intended operations against the Indians 
of the interior. 

Drumm, Stella M. JMore about Astorians. Ore. hist. soc. quar., XXIV (Dec.) 
335-360. [1014 

Notes regarding a party of men who made the return journey overland from Astoria to St. Louis 
with dispatches for John Jacob Astor in 1812. 

Everts, Truman C. Thirty-seven days of peril; a narrative of the early days of 
the Yellowstone. San Francisco. [8], 56 p. illus. [1015 

Plotow, Edith Potter. Memories of New England. [Chicago] 32 p. illus. 

[1016 

69 



70 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Fraser, George C. El Vado de los Padres. Natural hist., XXIII (Julv) 
345-351. [1017 

" The story of the Old Ute Ford of the Colorado river, crossed in 1776 by the Spanish fathers Escalante 
and Dominguez, and nearly a century later by the Mormon pioneer, Hamblin; long a route of marauding 
Indians." 

Freeman, Lewis R. The Colorado river, yesterday, to-day and to-morrow. 
N. Y. : Dodd, Mead and co. xix, 451 p. plates, ports., maps. [1018 

Also pub. — London: Heinemann. 

French, Joseph Lewis, ed. The pioneer West; narratives of the westward march 
of empire. With a foreword by Hamlin Garland. Boston: Little, Brown and 
CO. xiv, 386 p. col. plates. [1019 

Gary, George. Diary of Reverend George Gary. Notes bv Charles Henry Carey. 
Ore. hist. soc. quae., XXIV (Mar.-Dec.) 68-105, 153-185, 269-333, 386-433. 

[1020 

Diary of a missionary of the Methodist Episcopal church describing his life and work in Oregon from 
1844 to 1847. 

Godfrey, Edward S. Custer's last battle. Mont. hist. soc. contrib., IX, 
144-212. [1021 

Written by one of General Custer's troop commanders at the battle of the Little Big Horn, 1876. 
Reprinted from the Century magazine for January, 1892. 

Grimsley, Thornton. Colonel Grimslev's proposed expedition to Oregon, in 1841, 
Introduction by T. C. Elliott. Ore. hist. soc. quar., XXIV (Dec.) 434-442. 

[1022 

Two letters from a prominent citizen of St. Louis, Thornton Grimsley, to President John Tyler and 
Secretary of war John Bell, relative to an armed expedition to take possession of the Oregon country; 
also a sketch of the life of Colonel Grimsley. 

Haight, George Ives. The Wilderness trail. Chicago hist. soc. bul., I (Mar.- 
Apr.) 61-64, 69-72. [1023 

Kamlin, L. Belle, ed. Selections from the Gano papers, VI. Cincinnati: The 
Abingdon press. 36 p. (Ohio hist, and phil. soc. pub., v. XVIII, no. 1) [1024 

Selections from the military papers of John Stites Gano, major-general, commandant of the 1st division 
of the Ohio militia. They cover the period from 1797 to 1817 and consist of lists of Ohio militia com- 
panies, commissions, orders, etc., and are of value as source material for the history of the Old Northwest, 
and the war with Great Britain, 1812-1815. The installment here given covers the period Nov. 27^ 
1813-Feb. 2, 1814. 

Cont. from v. XVII of the Quarterly. 

Higgins, Ruth L. The development of trans-Mississippi political geographv. 
[Iowa City, la.] 62 p. [102& 

Reprinted from the Iowa journal of history and politics, XXI (July) 397-456. 

Traces the boundary evolution of the unorganized territory of the Louisiana purchase into the twenty- 
two states now included in this area. 

Hill, Joseph J. Ewing Young in the fur trade of the far Southwest, 1822-1834. 
Eugene, Ore. : Koke-Tiffany CO. 33 p. facsim. [1026 

Reprinted from the Oregon historical society quarterly, v. XXIV, no. 1. 

Hill, Joseph J. New light on Pattie and the southwestern fur trade. Grizzly 
Bear, XXXII (Mar.) 6-7; and Southw. hist, quar., XXVI (Jan.) 
243-254. [1027 

The writer establishes the probability of James Ohio Battle's narrative of his expedition down the 
Gila and up the Colorado rivers in 1826-1827 being an account of the expeditions of Miguel Robidoux 
and Ewing Young, of which he was a member. 

Howay, F. W. Early days of the maritime fur-trade on the northwest coast. 
Canad. hist, rev., IV (Mar.) 26-44. * [1028 

Concerned with the struggle between the British and Americans for the control of this trade during 
the period from 1788 to about 1890. 

Howay, F. W., ed. Letters relating to the second voyage of the Columbia. Ore. 
hist. soc. QUAR., XXIV (June) 132-151. [1029 

Selections from the Barrell letters in the Massachusetts historical society, 1790-1792. 

Hurst, John, and Sigmund Schlesinger. Battle of the Arikaree. Kansas hist. 
soc. COLL., XV, 530-547. [1030 

Two accounts of the Indian fight at Beechcr Island in the Arikaree river, Colorado, September 17-25, 
1868, written by participants. 



WRJTJN(JS (».\ AMi:iU( AX HISTORY, 1023 71 

Kellogg, Mark. Notes of the Little Big Horn expedition under General Custer, 
1876. Mont. hist. soc. contrib., IX, 213-225. [1031 

The writer of these notes was a newspaper corresiuni'lent who left Fort Lincoln with Oen. Custer and 
was killed with him at the battle of the Little liig Horn. 

Kingston, C. S. Introduction of cattle into the Pacific Northwest. Wash, 
hist, quar., XIV (July) 163-185. [1032 

Kohlmier, A. L. Commerce and Union sentiment in the Old Northwest in 1860. 
III. hist. soc. trans., for the year 1923, 154-161. [1033 

Kuykendall, Ralph S. A Northwest trader at the Hawaiian Islands, Ore. 
HIST. soc. QUAR., XXIV (Junc) 111-131. [1034 

Describes the trading operations of an English sea captain, William Brown, between the northwest 
coast and the Hawaiian Islands, durinp the years 1792-1795, as an illustration of the close connection 
existing in the early days between the Hawaiian Islands and the northwest coast of America. 

langford, Nathaniel Pitt. The discovery of Yellowstone park, 1870. The com- 
plete story of the Washburn expedition to the headquarters of the Yellowstone 
and Firehole rivers in the year 1870. 2d ed. Approved by the National 
park service. Saint Paul: J. E. Haynes. 188 p. illus. (incl. ports., maps, 
facsims.) ^ [1035 

lockley, Fred. How the Modoc Indian war started. Overland, LXXXI 
(Nov.) 12-14. 1035a 

MacDonald, Ranald. Ranald MacDonald, the narrative of his earl}' life on the 
Columbia under the Hudson's Bay company's regime; of his experiences in 
the Pacific whale fishery; and of his great adventure to Japan; with a sketch 
of his later life on the western frontier. 1824-1894; edited and annotated from 
the original manuscripts by William S. Lewis and Naojiro Murakami. Spo- 
kane, Wash.: Pub. for the Eastern Washington state historical society by the 
Inland-American printing co. 333, [3] p. illus. (plan) plates, ports., maps, 
facsim. [1036 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Jan. 1924) 384-385; Canad. hist, rev., IV (Dec.) 349-350. 

Martin, Lawrence. A Pennsvlvanian's discovery of the Driftless area. Phila. 
GEOG. soc. BUL., XXI (Oct.) 140-147. [1037 

Concerned with the discovery of the Driftless area of the upper Mississippi valley by Professor William 
n. Keatinp, in 1823. It is recorded in his book entitled, "Major Long's second expedition; narrative 
of an expedition to the source of St. Peter river, Lake Winncpeek, Lake of the Woods, etc., performed in 
the year 1823, under the command of Stephen II. Long," pub. in Philadelphia, 1824. 

Mayo, Lawrence Shaw. The fortv-fifth parallel: a detail of the unguarded 
boundary. Geog. rev., XIII (Apr.) 255-265. [1038 

Sketches the history of that part of the boundary line between Canada and the United States which 
forms the northern limit of Vermont and New York. 

Nute, Grace L. Washington and the Potomac: manuscripts of the Minnesota 
historical societv [1754] 1769-1796. Am. hist, rev., XXVIII (Apr.-Julv) 
497-519, 705-722. [1039 

Reprint of documents which belonged to George Washington and relate to the opening of navigation 
up the Potomac river. They are of value for the economic history of Maryland and Virginia in the 
second half of the century, and for the antecedents and activities of the Potomac company. 

Oregon mission. Ore. hist. soc. quar., XXIV (June) 195-197. [1040 

An extract reprinted from "The Friend." Honolulu. Hawaiian Island. Feb. 14, 1846, regarding affairs 
at the IMethodist mission in Oregon. 

Parker, M. Some geographical factors in American expansion. Geog. teacher, 
XII, 96-103. [1041 

Concerned with the westward spread of settlement in this country in its relation to the economic 
development of the United States. 

Paullin, Charles 0. The earlv choice of ^the forty-ninth parallel as a boundary 
line. Canad. hist rev., IV (June) 127-131. [1042 

Shows that this line was claimed by the British government as the southern boundary of the North 
American possessions of the Hudson's Bay company according to a provision of the Treaty of Ltrecht. 
1713. 
Place, Charles A. From meeting house to church in New England. Old-time 
New England, XIII (Jan.-Apr.) 111-123, 149-164; XIV (July) 3-20. 

[1043 

Contents.— II. The eighteenth centiu-y meeting house. III. Eighteenth century churches. IV. The 
early nineteenth century churches. 
Cont. from v. XIII, no. 2, Oct. 1922. 



72 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Renville, Victor. A sketch of the Minnesota massacre. No. Dak, hist. soc. 
COLL., V, 251-272. [1044 

The Sioux (Dakota) outbreak of 1862. 

Riegel, Robert E. Trans-Mississippi railroads during the fifties. Miss. Valley 
HIST. REV., X (Sept.) 153-172. [1045 

[Ross, Alexander] Adventures of the first settlers on the Oregon or Columbia 
river; edited with historical introduction and notes by Milo Milton Quaife. 
Chicago: R. R. Donnelley and sons co. xxvii, 388 p. fold. map. (The Lake- 
side classics) [1046 
A reprint, including facsimile of title-page of original edition, of "Adventures of the first settlers on 
the Oregon or Columbia river: being a narrative of the expedition fitted out by John Jacob Astor, to 
establish the " Pacific fur company"; with an account of some Indian tribes on the coast of the Pacific. 
By Alexander Ross. London: Smith, Elder and co., 1849". 

Rutherford, Mildred Lewis. The South must have her rightful place in historv. 
Athens, Ga. [The author?] 50 p. [1047 

Scott, Rose Moss. Preliminary treaty signed at a point which is now Palermo, 
Edgar county, IlKnois, in 1765, giving the eastern Mississippi valley to Anglo 
Saxon civilization. III. hist. soc. trans., for the year 1922, 123-126. [1048 

Preliminary treaty of peace between George Croghan, deputy superintendent of Indian affairs of the 
British government, and Pontiac, July 18, 1765. 

Smith, Francis E. Achievements and experiences of Captain Robert Gray, 1788 
to 1792. Tacoma, Wash. : Barrett-Redfield press. 16 p. [1049 

Sparks, Edwin Erie. Inter-state migration and the making of the Union. Ohio 
ARCH^OL. AND HIST. QUAE., XXXII (Apr.) 295-311. [1050 

Concerned with the westward movement of the American people. 

Stearns, Elinor. A kitchen of 1825 in a thriving New Engfand town. Granite 
MO., LV (Aug.) 390-394; and Old-time New England, XIII (Jan.) 125-130. 

[1051 

Stone, Elizabeth Arnold. The romance of old trails. In the Second biennial report 
of the state historian of the state of Wyoming, for the vear ending September 
30, 1922. [Cheyenne: State historical department] p." 123-132. [1052 

Tells the story of early western trail making and emigration. 

Stover, Frances M. The schooner that sunk the Lady Elgin. Wis. mag. hist., 
VII (Sept.) 30-40. [1053 

Account of the later history of the schooner "Augusta" which rammed and sank the steamboat 
"Lady Elgin" on the Great Lakes, Sept. 8, 1860. 

The unveiling of the memorial stone on the grave of Peter Skene Ogden. Ore. 
HIST. soc. QUAR., XXIV (Dec.) 361-385. [1054 

Contents.— The occasion, by Henry L. Bates. The address, by Frederick V. Holman. Dedicatory 
address, by T. C. Elliott. Remarks, by Harvey G. Starkweather. 

Wheeler, Homer W. The frontier trail; or, From cowboy to colonel; an authentic 
narrative of forty-three years in the old West as cattleman, Indian fighter and 
army officer. With an introduction by Major-General James G. Harbord. 
Los Angeles: Times-Mirror press. 334 p. illus. (facsims.) plates, ports. 

[1055 

Work, John. John Work's journey from Fort Vancouver to Umpqua river, and 
return, in 1834. Introduction and comments bv Leslie M. Scott. Ore. hist. 
soc. QUAR., XXIV (Sept.) 238-268. " [1056 

John Work was chief factor of the Hudson's Bay company, and the journal here given describes his 
trading and trapping trip to the southward in 1834. 

Work, John. The journal of John Work, a chief-trader of the Hudson's Bay co., 
during his expedition from Vancouver to the Flatheads and Blackfeet of the 
Pacific Northwest, edited, and with an account of the fur trade in the Northwest, 
and life of Work, by William S. Lewis and Paul C. Phillips. Cleveland: The 
Arthur H. Clark co. 209 p. plates, port., map. (Early western journals 
no. 1) [1057 

Journal of the fur trading expedition into the Snake river region, 1831-1832. 

A bibliography of the fur trade in the Northwest: p. 185-190. 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Jan. 1924) 383-384; Canad. hist, rev., V (Mar. 1924) 66-68. 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY, 1023 73 

Alabama 

An act to provide for the preservation of the aboriginal and other antiquities, 
mounds, earthworks, ancient forts and graves in the state of Alabama. Aiutow 
POINTS, VI (June) 108-109. (1058 

Anderson, James A. A history of the Museum of natural hi.story at the University 

of Alabama. Arrow points, VII (Nov.) 96-99. 1059 

• 

Austin, Jere. Reminiscences of Jere Austill. Arrow points, VI (Feb.) 23-32. 

(1060 

Brannon, Peter A. Alabama postoffice and stream names, 1922. Arrow points, 
VI (Jan.) 3-7. (1061 

Brannon, Peter A. County names in Alabama historv. Arrow points, VI (Jan.) 
33-31. ' (1062 

Brannon, Peter A. Place names in Clarke countv. Arrow points, VI (June) 
103-107. ' (1063 

Brannon, Peter A. Some Hale countv history. Arrow points, VII (Dec.) 110- 
117. ' [1064 

Cherokee towns in Alabama. (Compiled from paper by Hon. O. D. Street in 
Report of Alabama history commission, 1901). Arrow points, VII (Oct.) 
62-64. (1065 

Colbert county; its names and some of their significance. Arrow points, VII 
(Oct.) 58-60. (1066 

The early days of the State geological survey. Arrow points, VII (Nov.) 90-93. 

(1067 

Halbert, Henry S. Indian land cessions in Alabama. Arrow points, VII 
(July) 6-10. [1068 

Halbert, Henry S. Indian treaties affecting Alabama. Arrow points, VII 
(July) 11-15. (1069 

Riley, B, F. A memorial history of the Baptists of Alabama; being an account 
of the struggles and achievements of the denomination from 1808 to 1923. 
Phila., Boston [etc.] Printed for the Alabama Baptist state convention by 
the Judson press. 403 p. plates, ports. [1070 

Wood, Clement, Alabama: A studv in ultra-violet. Nation, CXVI (Jan. 10) 
33-35. (These United States— XX) [1071 

Alaska 

Alaska. Board of education. Historical sketch of Alaska, with brief outline 
of resources and civil government. Issued by Lester D. Henderson, commis- 
sioner of education. Juneau, Alaska: Alaska daily empire print. 39 p. (1072 

At head of title: Territory of Alaska. Department of education. 

Alaska historical association. Annual report of the secretary of the Alaska 
historical association and the librarian and curator of the Alaska historical 
librar.y and museum to the governor. Juneau, Alaska. 16 p. [1073 

Campbell, Robert W. Brigandage by judicial process; an incident in Ala.skan 
judicial history. III. law rev., XVII (Jan.) 345-368. [1074 

Concerned with the fight made to "frustrate the scheme of one Alexander McKenzie and others, to 
acquire control and possession of certain mining claims in the Nome mining district, Alaska, in the 
summer of 1900." 

Farrar, Victor J. Senator Cole and the purchase of Alaska. Wash. hist, quar., 
XIV (Oct.) 243-247. [1075-6 

Richet, Etienne. Les Esquimaux de T Alaska. (Les tribus, I'histoire et le 
langage). Soc. roy. geog. Anvers bul., XLIII, 1-322. (1077 

Cout. from the Bulletin for 1922 (v. XLII). 

54381—26 7 



74 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Arizona 

Austin, Mary. Arizona: The land of the joyous adventure. Nation, CXVI 
(Apr. 4) 385-388. (These United States— XXVI) [1078 

Arkansas 

Arkansas. History commission. Arkansas history catalog. By Dallas* T. 
Herndon, secretary. [Ft. Smith: Calvert- Mc Bride print, co.] 164 p. [1079 

Arkansas. History commission. Catalog. Arkansas state history museum. 
By Dallas T. Herndon, secretary. [Ft. Smith: Calvert-McBride print, co.] 
53 p. [1080 

Edson, C. L. Arkansas: A native proletariat. Nation, CXVI (May 2) 515- 
517. (These United States— XXVIII) [1081 

Staples, Thomas S. Reconstruction in Arkansas, 1862-1874. N. Y. : Columbia 
university; [etc.] 450 p. (Columbia univ. stud., v. CIX; whole no. 245.) 

[1082 

Published also as thesis (ph.d.) Columbia university, 1923. 
Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Apr. 1924) 574-575. 

California 

Austin, Herbert D. New light on the name of California. So. Cal. hist. soc. 
PUB., XII, pt. 3, 29-31. [1083 

Beattie, George William. San Bernardino valley in the Spanish period. So 
Cal. hist. soc. pub., XII, pt. 3, 10-28. [1084 

Brooks, Elisha. A pioneer mother of California. Written for his grandchildren 
to show them how the emigrants crossed the Plains . . . San Francisco. 
[Harr Wagner pub. co.] 1922. 61 p. ports. [1085 

Camp, Charles I. The chronicles of George C. Yount, California pioneer of 1826. 
Cal. hist. soc. quae., II (Apr.) 3-66. [1086 

Mainly extracts from the manuscript reminiscences of George C. Yount, "a representative American 
pioneer, soldier, hunter, trapper, overlander and frontiersman, who became the first settler and agri- 
culturist in Napa Valley." 

Cowan, Robert E. Norton I: Emperor of the United States and protector of 
Mexico (Joshua A. Norton, 1819-1880). Cal. hist. soc. quar., II (Oct.) 
237-245. [1087 

An eccentric character who arrived at San Francisco from Rio de Janeiro in December, 1849. He was 
obsessed with the belief that he was the Emperor of the United States. 

Coy, Owen C. California county boundaries; a study of the division of the 
state into counties and the subsequent changes in their boundaries. Berkeley: 
California historical survey commission, vii, 335 p. maps. [1088 

Documentary. Cal. hist. soc. quar., I (Jan.) 286-295; II (Apr.-Oct.) 69-74, 
161-172, 246-251. [108^ 

Cont. from v. I, no. 2, October 1922. 

A series of documents relating to the conquest of California in 1846. 

Dore, Benjamin. The journal of Benjamin Dore, one of the Argonauts. Cal. 
hist. soc. QUAR., II (July) 87-139. [1090 

Introduction, by Charles L. Camp. 

Gives a detailed account of the trip around the Horn in 1850, contains a narrative of the first voyage 
by steamboat into Humboldt Bay, and records incidents of the early fifties at Portland, Fort Vancouver, 
San Francisco, Napa, Sacramento and the mines. 

Douglas, David. A David Douglas letter. Cal. hist. soc. quar., II (Oct.) 
223-227. [1091 

Copy of a letter written by the botanist, David Douglas, from Monterey, Nov. 20, 1831. 

Dunlap, Boutwell. The family of George C. Yount. Cal. hist. soc. quar., 
II (Apr.) 67-68. [1092 

Dunlap. Boutwell. Some facts concerning Leland Stanford and his contem- 
poraries in Placer county. Cal. hist. soc. quar., II (Oct.) 203-210. [1093 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY, 1923 75 

Early days in Plumas county. Grizzly Hear, XXXIII (Aug.) 6-7. [1094 

Engelhardt, Charles Anthony, ire rcliqion Zo})}ivTin. Santa Barbara mission. 
Grizzly Bear, XXXII (May) 4, 44. ' [1095 

Engelhardt, Charles Anthony, in reliqion Zo[)liyrin. Santa Barbara mission, by 
Fr. Zephyrin Engelhardt. San Francisco, Cal.: The James H. Barry co. 
xviii, 470 p. illus. (inch ports., map, facsims.) (The missions and mission- 
aries of California. New series. Local history) [1096 

Georgian, Esther. Santa Barbara — its history. Grizzly Bear, XXXII (May) 
supplement, 1-2. ' [1097 

Hall, Ansell F., ed. The early days in Yosemite. Cal. hist. soc. quar., I 
(Jan.) 271-285. ' (1098 

Reprint of an article, published August 5, 1856, in the Mariposa Democrat, containing an account of 
an expedition into the Yosemite valley in that year. 

Hollingsworth, John McHenry. The Journal of Lieutenant John McHenry Hol- 
lingsworth of the First New York volunteers (Stevenson's regiment) September 
1846-August 1849. Being a recital of the voyage of the Susan Drew to Cali- 
fornia; the arrival of the regiment in 1847; its military movements and 
adventures during 1847-1848-1849. San Francisco: California historical 
society, vii, 61 p. col. front. [1099 

Ilepiintcd from the California historical quarterly, v. I, no. 3, January 1923. p. 207-270. 

Howe, Octavius Thorndike. Argonauts of '49; history and adventures of the 
emigrant companies from Massachusetts 1849-1850. Cambridge: Harvard 
univ. press; [etc.] 221 p. plates. [1100 

List of mining companies from Massachusetts going to California in 1849, date of starting and arrival 
. . . Appendix, p. 187-213. 

Hunt, Rockwell D. A prize and a national policy: The contest for California. 
So. Cal. hist. soc. pub., XII, pt. 3, 128-139. [1101 

"This paper is a chapter from the author's forthcoming 'History of California: American period'." 

Jones, Thomas C. California fiftv vears ago. Grizzly Bear, XXXII (Jan.) 
8-9, (Feb.) 10-11, (Mar.) 10-11, "^(Apr.) 12-13, (May) 10-11, (June) 22-23; 
XXXIII (Julv) 10-11, (Aug.) 10-11; (Sept.) 14, 18, (Oct.) 10-11; XXXIV 
(Nov.) 12-13;' (Dec.) 12-13. [1102 

Items regarding events of historical interest in California in the year 1873. 

Krmpotic, M. D. Life and works of the Rev. Ferdinand Konscak, s. J., 1703-1759, 
an early missionary in California. Boston: The Stratford co. 167 p. plates, 
maps. [1103 

lyman, C. S. The gold rush; extracts from the diary of C. S. Lvman, 1848-1849. 
Cal. hist. soc. quar., II (Oct.) 181-262. ' [1104 

Ed. by Frederick J. Teggart. 

McClellan, Edwin N. The conquest of California. Marine corps gazette, 
VUI (Sept.) 177-211. [1105 

McGroarty, John Steven. History of Los Angeles county, John Steven Mc- 
Groarty, editor, assisted by a board of advisory editors, with selected biog- 
raphy of actors and witnesses in the period of the county's greatest growth 
and achievement. Chicago and N. Y. : The American historical societv. 
3 V. illus., ports. [1106 

Marye, George Thomas., jr. From '49 to '83 in California and Nevada; chapters 
from the life of George Thomas Marye, a pioneer of '49. San Francisco: 
A. M. Robertson. 212 p. plates, ports. [1107 

"Republished from various numbers of the Overland monthly, . . . from 1914 to 1918." 

Monnette, Orra Eugene. Fort Moore and the battle of San Pasquale. So. 
Cal. hist. soc. pub., XII, pt. 3, 42-52. [1108 

Rousseau, B. G. Earlv historv of the citv of Vallejo and of General Marino 
Guadeloupe Vallejo."' Overland, LXXXI (Aug.) 20-21, 33. [1108a 

Spanish missions in California, 1769-1834. Jour. Am. hist.. XVII, no. 2, 
131-141. [1109 



76 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Sumner, Maurice Hancock. Stockton — a brief history. Grizzly Bear, XXXII 
(June) 4, 6, 8. [1110 

Thornbury, D. L. California's redwood wonderland, Humboldt county. [San 
Francisco: Printed by Sunset press] 167 p. plates, maps. [1111 

Tuomey, Honoria, and Luisa Vallejo Emparan. History of the mission, presidio 
and pueblo of Sonoma, [Santa Rosa, Calif.: Press Democrat publishing co.] 
104 p. iUus., ports. [1112 

Colorado 

Grinnell, George Bird. Bent's old fort and its builders. Kansas hist. soc. 
COLL., XV, 28-91. [1113 

Jones, Easley S. Colorado: Two generations. Nation, CXVI (May 16) 
563-566. (These United States— XXIX) [1114 

The State historical and natural history society of Colorado. Biennial report . . . 

December 1, 1920, to November 30, 1922. Denver, Col.: Eames brothers, 

printers. 55 p. [1115 

E. M. Ammons, president. 

Connecticut 

Kent, Henry W. The Glebe-house, Woodbury, Conn. Old-time New Eng- 
land, XIII (Apr.) 169-173. [1116 

Marshall, Benjamin Tinkham, ed. A modern history of New London county, 
Connecticut. New York city: Lewis hist. pub. co., 1922. 3 v. plates, ports., 
coat of arms, facsim. [1116a 

National society of the colonial dames of America. Connecticut society. Old 

houses of Connecticut, from material collected by the Committee on old houses 
of the Connecticut society of the Colonial dames of America, edited by Bertha 
Chadwick Trowbridge, chairman, with the assistance of Charles McLean 
Andrews. New Haven: Yale univ. press; [etc.] xxvii, 519 p. illus. (inch 
plans). [1117 

"Published on the foundation established in memory of Calvin Chapin of the class of 1788, Yale 
college." 

Nutting, Wallace. Connecticut beautiful. Illustrated by the author with three 
hundred and four pictures covering all the counties in Connecticut. Fram- 
ingham, Mass.: Old America company. 301 p. illus., plates. {His States 
beautiful series) [1118 

Pardee, Walter Stone. Pardee's old Morris house, public museum and civic 
center at Morris Cove, New Haven, Conn. Gift of William Scranton Pardee; 
plans and notes by Walter Stone Pardee. [Chicago, 111.] ii, 15 numbered 
leaves, plates, maps, plans. [1119 

Photostat of type- written copy. 

Seitz, Don C. Connecticut: A nation in miniature. Nation, CXVI (Apr. 18) 
461-464. (These United States— XXVII) [1120 

Delaware 

Hayes, J. Carroll. The Delaware curve; the story of the Pennsylvania-Delaware 
circular boundary. [West Chester? Pa.] 21 p. illus. (maps). [1121 

District of Columbia 

Clark, Allen C. Daniel Rapine, the second mayor. Columbia hist. soc. rec. 
XXV, 194-215. [1122 

Clark, Allen C. John Thomas Towers — mayor and printer. Columbia hist* 
soc. REC, XXV, 87-104. " [1123 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY, 1923 77 

Davis, Henry E. The safe burglary case; an episode and a factor in the Dis- 
trict's development. Columbia hist. soc. rec, XXV, 140-181. (1124 

Tells the story of the plot against (.'olumbiis Alcxandor, leader of the "Memorialists" in their cam- 
paign against the extravagant and arbitrary administration of Governor Sheperd in 1874. 

Fry, Smith D. Patriotic story of the Lincoln memorial. Official description of 
the .shrine . . . wonderful stories of the wonderful man never narrated before. 
[Washington: Model print. CO.] [32] p. illus. [1125 

Grosvenor, Gilbert. The Capitol, wonder Ijuilding of the world. Nation. gf:og. 
MA(;., XLIII (June) ()()3-01G. (1126-7 

Heap, John P. History of the Washington humane society. Columbia uist. 
soc. UEC, XXV, 57-07. (1128 

This society was originally chartered as the "Association for the prevention of cruelty to animals" 
in 1870. 

Jackson, Cordelia. Tudor Place. Columbia hist. soc. rec, XXV, 68-86. 

[1129 

Moore, Charles. The restoration of the White House, 1902-1903. D. A. R. 
MAG., LVII (Sept.) 513-544. [1130 

Moore, Charles. The transformation of Washington; a glance at the history 
and along the vista of the future of the nation's capital. Nation, geog. 
MAG., XLIII (June) 569-596. [1131 

Morris, Maud Burr. William A. Bradley, eleventh mayor of the corporation of 
Washington. Columbia hist. soc. rec, XXV, 105-139. [1132 

Page, Thomas Nelson. Washington and its romance. N. Y. : Doubleday, Page 
and CO. xxxi, 196 p. plates (part col.). [1133 

Historical and descriptive account of the city of Washington. 

Proctor, John Clagett. Joseph Lancaster and the Lancasterian schools in tha 
District of Columbia, with incidental school notes. Columbia hist, soc 
REC, XXV, 1-35. [1134 

Proudfit, S. V. Aboriginal occupancy of the District of Columbia. Columbia 
HIST. soc. REC, XXV, 182-193. [1135 

Taft, William Howard. The Lincoln memorial. Nation, geog. mag., XLIII 
(June) 597-602. [1136 

Florida 

[Cutler, H. G.] History of Florida, past and present, historical and biographical. 
Chicago and N. Y. : The Lewis pub. co. 3 v. illus., ports. [1137 

Preface signed: H. G. Cutler, research historian. 

Soils de Meras, Gonzalo. Pedro Men^ndez de Avil^s, adelantado, governor and 
captain-general of Florida, memorial by Gonzalo Solis de Meras; first pub- 
lished in La Florida, su conquista y colonizacion por Pedro Mencndez de 
Avil6s, by Eugenio Ruidiaz y Caravia; translated from the Spanish with 
notes, by Jeannette Thurber Connor. Deland, Fla. : The Florida historical 
societv. 286 p. port., plate, map, facsim. (Fla. hist. soc. pub., no. 3) 

[1138 
The "Memorial" of INIen^ndez, was written probably in 1567, by his brother-in-law, Gonzalo Soils 
de Merds; but not published in full until 1893, when it appeared in Ruidlaz's 'La Florida'. It is from 
this transcript that the present translation is made. It consists of a narrative of the conquest and settle- 
ment of Florida by Men6ndez, 1565-1567. 

Stillman, Clara G. Florida: The desert and the rose. Nation, CXVII (Oct. 31) 
485-487. (These United States— XLI) [1139 



78 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Georgia 

Adams, Samuel B. The Yazoo fraud. Ga. hist, quar., VII (June) 155-165. 

[1140 

Arnett, Alex Mathews. The Populist movement in Georgia. Ga. hist. quar. 
VII (Dec.) 313-338. [1141 

Barrow, Elfrida De Renne, and Laura Palmer Bell. Anchored yesterdays; the 

log book of Savannah's voyage across a Georgia century, in ten watches. 

Savannah, Ga. : Review pub. and print, co. 131 p. illus., maps. [1142 

On cover: 1733-1833. 

Cobb, John A. Civil war incidents in Macon. Ga. hist, quar., VII (Sept.) 
282-284. [1143 

Gamble, Thomas. Savannah duels and duellists, 1733-1877. Savannah, Ga.: 
Review pub. and print, co. vii, 302, xi p. illus. (inch ports.) (Annals of 
Savannah). [1144 

Gordon, William W. Georgia's debt to Monmouth county. New Jersey. Ga. 
hist, quar., vii (June) 119-134. [1145 

Concerned with early settlers of Georgia who came from New Jersey. 

Grice, Warren. Georgia appointments bv President Washington. Ga. hist. 
QUAR., VII (Sept.) 181-212. ^ [1146 

Harper, Roland M. Development of agriculture in Georgia from 1850 to 1920. 
A series of four articles, from the Georgia historical quarterly (Macon, Georgia) 
vol. 6, nos. 1-4, 1922-1923. University P. O., Ala.: The author. 4 pts. 
illus. (maps), diagrs. [1147 

Contents.— I. Upper Georgia, 1850-1880. II. Lower Georgia, 1850-1880. III. Upper Georgia, 
1890-1920. IV. Lower Georgia, 1890-1920, with summary for the whole state and period. 

Maclntyre, W. Irwin. History of Thomas county, Georgia, from the time of 
De Soto to the Civil war. Thomasville, Ga. [The author] [2], 56 p. [1148 

Mackall, Leonard. Edward Langworthy and the first attempt to write a separate 
history of Georgia, with selections from the long-lost Langworthy papers. 
Ga. hist, quar., VII (Mar.) 1-18. [1149 

Idaho 

Stone, M. R. Idaho: A remnant of the old frontier. Nation, CXVI (June 13) 
692-695. (These United States— XXXI) [1150 

Illinois 

Ainsworth, Stella Davidson, ed. James T. Gifford and the founding of Elgin, 
Illinois. (From original manuscripts). Ed. and annotated by his grand- 
daughter. III. hist. soc. trans., for the year 1922, 69-78. [1151 

Baker, N. M. The pioneers of Macon county and the Civil war. III. hist. 
soc. JOUR., XVI, nos. 1-2, 117-128. [1152 

Blazer, D. N. The history of the Underground railroad of McDonough county, 
IlKnois. III. hist. soc. jour., XV, nos. 3-4, 579-591. [1163 

Buck, Julia Ann. A pioneer woman of Illinois. III. hist. soc. jour., XV, nos. 
3-4, 604-609. [1154 

A sketch of Nancy Stice Bond, who emigrated to Illinois in 1816. 

Busch, Francis X. The French in lUinois. III. hist. soc. trans., for the year 
1922, 90-101. [1155 

Chicago's first white settler; a short sketch of the travels of Father Marquette, 
the first white man known to have seen the site of Chicago. Chicago hist. 
soc. BUL., II (Nov.) 14-16. [1156 



1923 79 

The Chicago portage. Chicago hist. soc. bul., II (Oct.) 6-8. (1157 

Historical account of this route of travel between the Great Lakes and the Mississippi, which led 
from the foot of Lake Michigan, by way of the Chicago river and the Des Plaines, down the Illinois 
river, during the period 1073-1830. 

Custer, Milo. The original town of Bloomington, Illinois, and its first proprietors. 
Compiled and printed by Milo Custer; Bloomington, Illinois. [14] p. ports., 
plans. ' [1168 

Custer, Milo, ed. Pioneer portraits of central Illinois. Bloomington, 111.: Printed 
by M. Custer. 1 preliminary leaf, 10 plates (ports.). (Publication no. 1 of the 
Central Illinois historical .society) [1159 

Below each portrait are dates of birth and death. 

Dedication of granite and bronze monument to the soldier dead of Fulton countv, 
111., November 12, 1922. III. hist. soc. jour., XV, nos. 3-4, 622-639. [1160 

A monument presented to the city of Canton and Fulton county, in honor of the soldiers of that 
county who lost their lives in the World war. 

Hanley, Sarah Bond. Major John Crain Bond [1799-1882] III. hist. soc. jour., 
XV, nos. 3-4, GlO-621. [1161 

Harper, C. A. The railroad and the prairie. III. hist. soc. tr.\n's., for the vear 
1923, 102-110. [il62 

Discusses the revolutionary effect which the coming of the railroads had upon the economic and 
social life of the prairie regions of central Illinois. 

Haupert, Albert P. The Moravian settlement in Illinois. III. hist. soc. trans., 
for the year 1922, 79-89. [1163 

Account of the settlement at West Salem. 

Hill, Howard Copeland. The development of Chicago as a center of the meat 
packing industry. Miss. Valley hist, rev., X (Dec.) 253-273. [1164 

Hornbaker, Esther Perry. A pioneer teacher — Helen J. Buss. III. hist. soc. 
JOUR., XVI, nos. 1-2, 73-77. [1165 

Huntoon, Bernsby. Chicago in 1837. Chicago hist. soc. bul., I (June) 85-86. 

[1166 

a letter written by Bernsby Huntoon to his parents in New Hampshire, in the year in which Chi 
cago became an incorporated town. 

Jackson, William H. Some sidelights on the early history of Stark countv, Illinois. 
III. hist. soc. jour., XVI, nos. 1-2. 134-140. ' [1167 

Jenison, Marguerite Edith. War documents and addresses. Springfield, 111.: 
Illinois state historical library, xxvii, 522 p. (Illinois in the World war, 
ed. by T. C. Pease ... v. VI) [1167a 

Jenison, Marguerite Edith. The war-time organization of Illinois. Springfield, 
111.: Illinois state historical librarv. xvi, 508 p. tables. (Illinois in the 
World war, ed. by T. C. Pease . .\ \.Y) [1168 

Johnson, Charles B. On and about the National road in the early fifties. III. 
hist. soc. trans., for the year 1922, 59-65. [1169 

Eeminiscences of pioneer days in Bond county, Illinois. 

Johnston, William J. Sketches of the history of Stephenson county. 111. and 

incidents connected with the early settlement of the North-west. Freeport, 

Illinois: Printed and published by J. O. P. Burnside, 1854. III. hist. soc. 

trans., for the year 1923, 217-320. [1170 

Reprint of a volume published in 1854, copies of which are now rare and hard to find. 

Keen, D. E. The departed glories of old Palmyra — when the courthouse for 
Cook county cost but 6^ cents per vear. III. hist. soc. jour., XVI, nos. 
1-2, 78-85. ^ [1171 

Keen, Effie J. History of St. John Baptist Episcopal church. Mount Carmel, 
Wabash county, Illinois. III. hist. soc. jour., XV, nos. 3-4, 677-678. [1172 

Landis, Edward Bryant. The influence of Tennesseeans in the formation of 
Illinois. III. hist. soc. trans., for the year 1923, 133-153. [1173 



80 AMEEICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Mulvey, James. Tales of a troubled traveler. Chicago hist. soc. bul., I 
(June) 86-88. [1174 

A letter written by a young man who went to Chicago in 1854 to seek his fortune. 

O'Brien, Howard Vincent. Illinois: First province of the middle kingdom. 
Nation, CXVII (Aug. 22) 186-188. (These United States— XXXVI) [1175 

Palmer, Mrs. John M. The Illinois state capitol grounds. III. hist. soc. jotjr. 
XV, nos. 3-4, 600-603. [1176 

Pease, Theodore, Calvin, ed. Illinois election returns, 1818-1848; edited with 
introduction and notes. Springfield, 111.: The Trustees of the Illinois state 
historical library. Ixviii, 598 p. (111. state hist. lib. coll., v. XVIII. [Sta- 
tistical series, v. I]) [1177 

The "Introduction" (p. xvii-xviii) is devoted to an account of Illinois political development during 
this period. 

Piper, John H. Congregationalism in Springfield. III. hist. soc. jour., XVI, 
nos. 1-2, 42-57. [1178 

Quaife, Milo Milton. Chicago's highways, old and new, from Indian trail to 
motor road. With an introduction by Joy Morton. Chicago: D. F. Keller 
and CO. 278 p. plates, maps, plan, facsims. [1179 

A guide to the chief points of historical interest within a day's journey of Chicago: p. 217-265. 

Sandham, William R. Lewis Bayley, one of La Salle county's first settlers and 
Augustus Bailey, La Salle county's first born male white child. III. hist. 
soc. JOUR., XV, nos. 3-4, 670-676. [1180 

Selby, Mary Jane Smith. Recollections of a little girl in the "forties", with 
apologies for a somewhat lengthy sequel. By Mrs. Paul Selby. III. hist. 
soc. JOUR., XVI, nos. 1-2, 157-183. [1181 

Recollections of pioneer life in Quincy, Illinois. 

Spelman, Walter Bishop. The town of Cicero; history, advantages, and gov- 
ernment. [Cicero, 111.] viii, 69 p. plates (maps, diagrs.). [1182 

Stevenson, Colby T. First deed in Putnam county, Illinois. III. hist. soc. 
TRANS., for the year 1922, 122. [1183 

A story of the early days in Springfield — and a poem. III. hist. soc. jour., XVI, 
nos. 1-2, 141-146. [1184 

Strange, A. T. Hiram Rowntree [1794-1873] III. hist. soc. jour., XVI, 
nos. 1-2, 63-72. [1185 

"The early history of Montgomery county, Illinois, is practically a record of the work and activities 
of Hiram Rowntree." 

Stringfield, Annie M. An Irishman took the first printing-press into the state 
of Illinois. Am. Irish hist. soc. jour., XXII, 145-149. [1186 

A sketch of John Stuart McCracken. 

Weber, Jessie Palmer. Mrs. Paul Selby. III. hist. soc. jour., XVI, nos. 1-2, 
154-156. [1187 

Indiana 

Barnhart, Henry A., ed. An account of Fulton county from its organization. 
Dayton, O. 305 p. [1188 

Bowlus, Ruth J. Log cabin days in Indiana. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill co. 
[12], 227 p. illus. [1189 

Burns, lee. Indianapolis, the old town and the new, a brief account of some of 
the changes that have taken place during a third of a century. Indianapolis 
[Cornelius print, co.] 44 p. illus. [1190 

Burns, Lee. The Ohio river, its influence on the development of Indiana. Ind. 
MAG. hist., XIX (June) 169-181. [1191 

Clark, Minne B. Barnabus Coffin Hobbs [1815-1892] Ind. mag. hist., XIX 

(Sept.) 282-290. [1192 

"In the history of education in Indiana the name of Barnabus C. Hobbs occupies a prominent place." 



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Clarke, Grace Julian. George W. Julian [1817-1899] with an introrluction by 
William Dudley Foulkc. Indianapolis: Indiana historical conrimission. 450 jj. 
plate, ports. (Ind. hist, coll., v. X'l. Biog. ser., v. I) (1193 

Chfford, Emily Orr (Mrs. George S. CHfford). Private schools in Kvansville fnjin 
1842 to 18.5;^. SoiJTHVv. Ind. hist. soc. puoc, Feb. 28, 1923, 32-54. [1194 

Denehie, Elizabeth Smith. The Harmonist movement in Indiana. Ind. xfAG. 
HIST., XIX (June) 188-200. [1195 

Dobson, Richard. "Some Hoosier romance and reminiscence." Marion, Ind. 
[The author?] 60 p. illus. (port.). [1196 

lloininisccnces of pioneer life in Indiana. 

Dreiser, Theodore. Indiana: Her soil and light. Nation, CXVII (Oct. 3) 
348-350. (These United States— XXXIX) [1197 

Fretageot, Nora C. Historic New Harmony; a guide. New ed. (Mt. Vernon, 
Ind.: The Western star] 6G [). illus. (inch i)orts., plan, facsims.). [1198 

Iglehart, John E. History of Vanderburgh county. Davton, O.: Historical 
publishing co. 566 p. ' [1198a 

Indiana. Dept. of conservation. Turkey Run state park: a history and de- 
scription. The Dei)artment of conservation, state of Indiana. [Indianapolis: 
W. B. Burford, contractor for state printing and binding] 54 p. illus., })late, 
ports. [1199 

Publication no. 35. 

Compiled by C. Q. Sauers. 

Johnson, Deidre Duff (Mrs. Charles T. Johnson). Moses Ashworth, pioneer of 
Indiana Methodism, and his times. Southw. Ind. hist. soc. proc, Feb. 28, 
1923, 94-118. [1200 

Kemper, G. W. H. Mv childhood and youtli in the early davs of Indiana. Ind. 
MAG. HIST., XIX (Dec.) 305-331. ' [1201 

Leonard, Adam A. Personal politics in Indiana, 1816 to 1840. Ind. mag. 
HIST., XIX (Mar.-Sept.) 1-56, 132-168, 241-281. [1202 

lonn, Ella. The historv of an unusual library. Ind. mag. hist., XIX (Sept.) 
209-225. ' [1203 

The Public library of La Porte, Ind., which was started as the La Porte reading-room and library 
association, in 1863. 

McCarty, Ida Helen. Indiana's blind. Ind. mag. hist., XIX (Sept.) 291-298. 

[1204 

Describes the history and work of the State school for the blind in Indianapolis. 

Raleigh, Eldora Minor. The early days of Newburgh on-the-Ohio. Southw. 
Ind. hist. soc. proc, Feb. 28, 1923, 9-32. [1206 

Smith, Paul Tincher. Indiana's last October campaign. Ind. mag. hist., 
XIX (Dec.) 332-345. [1206 

Until 1881 elections in Indiana were held in October instead of November. The campaign of 1880 
is here described. 

State history conference. Proceedings of fourth annual conference on Indiana 
history, held under auspices of the Society of Indiana pioneers, Indiana liis- 
toricai society, Indiana historical commission, Indianapolis, December S-9, 
1922. Indianapolis: Wm. B. Burford. 126 p. (Indiana historical commis- 
sion. Bulletin no. 17, February, 1923) [1207 
Partial Contents.— The question of pageantry, by George S. Cottman. History of the Anthony 
Wayne flag, by P. O. Moore. Our relation to history, by Benjamin F. Shambaugh. Reports from local 
historical societies. The co-operation of the Indiana federation of clubs with state historical work, 
by Mrs. W. J. Torrance. Lincoln's boyhood days in Indiana, by Roscoe Kiper. Early northern 
Indiana history, by Jacob P. Dunn. A centurv of Fort Wayne, by B. J. Griswold. The educational 
museum, by George R. Fox. 

Stoll, John B. History of St. Joseph county from its organization. Dayton, O. 
565 p. " [1208 

Swindell, Minnie H. The story of Marshall county. [Plymouth, Ind.] 87 p. 
plates, ports., map. ' [1209 



82 AMEKICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Thomas, Luke W. The Thomas family. Ind. mag. hist., XIX (Dec.) 346-355. 

[1210 

Thompson, William C. Eleutherian institute; a sketch of a unique step in the 
educational history of Indiana. Ind. mag. hist., XIX (June) 109-131. [1211 

A school founded in Indiana in 1849 which was open to negroes as well as white people. 

Wilson, Alma Winston. A pioneer engineer — Lazarus B. Wilson. Ind. mag. 
HIST., XIX (June) 182-187. [1212 

Letters written by Lazarus B. Wilson, 1836-1838, which describe some of the experiences of a civil 
engineer engaged in the internal improvement system of Indiana, during those years. 

Iowa 

Aldrich, Charles. Journalism of northwest Iowa. Ann. Iowa, 3d ser., XIII 
(Jan.) 509-528. [1213 

Address delivered at a meeting of the Upper Des Moines editorial association, held at Webster City, 
September 12, 1890. 

Burrows, J. M. D. A pioneer journey. Palimpsest, IV (Sept.) 201-206. [1214 

Account of experiences on a trip from Prairie du Chien to Davenport in 1841. 

Donovan, Josephine Barry. Grasshopper times. Palimpsest, IV (June) 
193-202. [1215 

Describes the ravages of a grasshopper invasion in Iowa in the summer of 1873. 

Donovan, Josephine Barry. The winter of eighty-one. Palimpsest, IV (Apr.) 
113-120. [1216 

Fulton, Charles J. The Coalport home guards. Ann. Iowa, 3d ser., XIV 
(Oct.) 83-94. [1217 

Presents a brief record of the life and service of the members of the Coalport home guards organized 
in 1861. 

Hurley, George 0. Pageantry for Iowa communities. Iowa City, la.: State 
historical society of Iowa. 48 p. ([Iowa. State historical society] Bulletin 
of information series, no. 10) [1218 

Mahan, Bruce E. Bridging the Cedar. Palimpsest, IV (Sept.) 307-320. [1219 

The story of the building of the suspension bridge over the Cedar river at Muscatine in 1850. 

Mahan, Bruce E. The first Iowa field day. Palimpsest, IV (May) 137-150. 

[1220 

The first Iowa field day in June, 1890, the direct forerunner of the present annual track and field meet 
of the Iowa collegiate athletic association. 

Mahan, Bruce E. The Iowa Thespians. Palimpsest, IV (Jan.) 14-24. [1221 

A dramatic association organized at Dubuque in 1838. 

Mahan, Bruce E. Pleasant Hill dramatics. Palimpsest, IV (Jan.) 25-29. 

[1222 

Concerned with amusements in early days in Iowa. 

Mahan, Bruce E. The Scotch Grove trail. Palimpsest, IV (Nov.) 379-397. 

[1223 

Concerned with the immigration of Scotch settlers from Selkirk's Red River settlement to Iowa in 
1835 and subsequent years. 

Mott, David C. Iowa political conventions and platforms. Ann. Iowa, 3d ser., 
XIV (July-Oct.) 33-58, 101-145. [1224 

Publishes the party platforms of the political parties of Iowa since 1840, which have not already been 
placed in standard and recognized publications. 

Mott, Frank luther. Literature of pioneer life in Iowa, an address delivered 
before the Academy of science and letters at Sioux City in March 1923 with 
a partially annotated bibliography. Iowa City, la.: The State historical 
society of Iowa. [4], 89 p. [1225 

Nixon, Herman Clarence. The economic basis of the Populist movement in 
Iowa. Ia. jour, hist., XXI (July) 373-396. [1226 

Concerned with the agrarian aspects of the Populist movement of the early '90's. 



1023 83 

Pollock, Ivan L. The food administration in Iowa. Iowa City, la.: State his- 
torical society of Iowa. 2 v. (Iowa chronicles of the World warj [1227 
Chronicles of the World war, edited by Henjiiiniu F. Shambaugh. 
Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Apr. 1924) f)i:MH4. 

Richman, Irving Berdine. Congregational life in Muscatine, 1843-1893. Ia. 
jouu. HIST., XXI (July) 347-372. (1228 

Robeson, George F. The early lowans. Palimpsest, IV (Sept.) 285-300. [1229 

Robeson, George F. The government of special charter cities in Iowa. Iowa 
City, la.: Tlie State historical society of Iowa. 286 p. [1230 

Benjamin F. Shambaugh, editor. 

Shambaugh, Bertha M. H. Restorer of Iowa palimpsests. Palimpsest, IV 
(Aug.) 253-200. [1231 

Observations on the portrayal of frontier and pioneer life in Iowa found in two recent novels by Herbert 
Quick, "Vandemark's folly" and "The JIawkeye". 

Shambaugh, Bertha M. H. The scrap-books of a quiet little lady with silverv 

hair. Palimpsest, IV (Dec.) 401-427. [1232 

Describes a collection of papers relating to the public life of Samuel J. Kirkwood, one-time governor 

of Iowa, which were gathered together by his wife and recently presented to the library of the State 

historical society of Iowa. 

Sherman, Jay J. History of the office of county superintendent of schools in 
Iowa. Ia. jour, hist., XXI (Jan.) 3-93. [1233 

One of a series of monographs on county history and government compiled under the direction of 
the State historical society of Iowa. 

Wallace, Jocelyn. An Iowa Doone band. Palimpsest, IV (Aug.) 267-280. 

[1234 

Concerned with the Rainsbarger family, a band of outlaws in Iowa in the 1880's. 

Whitney, A. Northern Iowa in 1845. Ann. Iowa, 3d ser., XIV (July) 58-60. 

[1235 

a letter written by a projector of the so-called Oregon railroad, in 1845, describing a preliminary trip 
across northern Iowa, which was not then surveyed or carefully mapped. 

Whitney, Nathaniel R. The sale of war bonds in Iowa. Iowa City, la.: State 
historical society of Iowa, xiii, 236 p. (Iowa chronicles of the World war) 

[1236 

At head of title: Chronicles of the World war, ed. by Benjamin F. Shambaugh. 

Wilson, Ben Hur. Over the rapids. Palimpsest, IV (Nov.) 361-378. [1237 

An account of early methods of transportation over or around the Des Moines Rapids of the Mississippi 
river. 

Wilson, Ben Hur. Tesson's apple orchard. Palimpsest, IV (Apr.) 121-131. 

[1238 
An historic spot in Montrose, Iowa, part of a land grant to Louis Honor6 Tesson, in 1799. 

Kansas 

Bingham, Anne E. Sixteen vears on a Kansas farm, 1870-1886. Kansas hist. 
soc. coll., XV, 501-523. [1239 

Connelley, William Elsey. Kansas City, Kansas: its place in the history of the 
state. Kansas hist. soc. coll., XV, 181-192. ' [1240 

Craik, Elmer Le Roy. Southern interest in territorial Kansas, 1854-1858. 
Kansas hist. soc. coll., XV, 334-450. [1241 

Thesis (ph. d.)— Graduate school. University of Kansas, 1922. 

Doran, Thomas F. Kansas sixty 3'ears ago. Kansas hist. soc. coll., XV, 
482-501. [1242 

Doster, Frank. Eleventh Indiana cavalrv in Kansas in 1865. Kansas hist. 
soc. coll., XV, 524-529. ' [1243 

Personal reminiscence of service on the western plains following the Civil war. 

Francis, Clara. The coming of prohibition to Kansas. Kansas hist. soc. coll., 
XV, 192-227. [1244 



84 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Gardner, Theodore. The last battle of the border war; a tragic incident in the- 
early history of Douglas county. Kansas hist. soc. coll., XV, 548-552. 

[1245 

Harrington, Grant W. The genesis of prohibition. Kansas hist. soc. coll., 
XV, 228-231. [1246. 

An account of the vote of the Kansas legislature in 1879 to submit to the people the constitutional, 
amendment for prohibition in the state. 

Harrington, Grant W., comp. and pub. Annals of Brown county, Kansas. From 
the earliest records to January 1, 1900. Hiawatha, Kans. [Harrington print. 
CO.] 564, li, [2] p. illus., plates, ports., tables. [1247' 

Hess, Edith. State regulation of woman and child labor in Kansas. Kansas 
hist. soc. coll., XV, 279-333. [1248. 

Lowell, James H. The romantic growth of a law court. Kansas hist. soc. 
COLL., XV, 590-597. [1249^ 

An address delivered upon the occasion of the dedication of the court room in the new Jackson county- 
court house, Holton, Kansas, Sept. 1, 1921. 

Malin, James C. The proslavery background of the Kansas struggle. Miss.. 
Valley hist, rev., X (Doc.) 285-305. [1250 

Morehouse, George P. Kansas as a state of extremes, and its attitude during 
this World war. Kansas hist. soc. coll., XV, 15-28. [1251. 

Swanson, Nina. The development of public protection of children in Kansas;. 
Kansas hist. soc. coll., XV, 231-278. [1252 

Wright, Robert M. Frontier life in southwest Kansas. Jour. Am. hist., XVII,, 
no. 3, 257-284. [1253; 

Cont. from v. XVI, 1922. 

Wyandot and Shawnee Indian lands in Wyandotte county, Kansas. Kansas 
HIST. soc. COLL., XV, 103-180. [1254. 

Kentucky 

Carothers, T. P. Some great lawyers of Kentucky. In the Proceedings of the: 
twenty-second annual meeting of the Kentucky state bar association, held in 
Covington, Ky., . . . July 5 and 6, 1923. Louisville, Ky.: Press of Wester- 
field-Bonte co. p. 125-134. [1255- 

Cherry, Thomas Crittenden. Kentucky, the pioneer state of the West. Boston, 
N. Y. [etc.] Heath, ix, [2], 370 p. illus. (inch ports.) maps. [1256- 

Davis, D. Trabue. Story of Mayfield through a century, 1823-1923. [Paducah, 
Ky.: Billings print, co.] [6], 131 p. illus., ports. [1257' 

Fosdick, Charles P. A centennial history of the Kentucky school for the deaf,, 
Danville, Kentucky. [Bardstown, Kv.] Office of the Kentucky standard. 
154 p. plate, ports. ' [1258- 

Jillson, Willard Rouse. The Big Sandy Valley; a regional histor.y prior to the: 
year 1850. Boone day address, 1922, Kentucky state historical society. 
Louisville, Ky. : J. P. Morton and co. 183 p. plates, maps. [1259; 

"' Boone day ' address . . . completely revised and greatly expanded." 
Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXX (Jan. 1925) 405. 

Shortridge, Wilson Porter. Kentucky neutrality in 1861. Miss. Valley hist. 
REV., IX (Mar.) 283-301. [1260 

Virginia land commission. The certificate book of the Virginia land commis- 
sion of 1779-80. Ky. hist. soc. reg., XXI (Jan., May, Sept. and supple- 
ment) 347 p. [1261 
Official record kept by the clerk of the commission which heard proof of claims to settlements and 
preemption rights by early settlers in Kentucky, and issued certificates to the claimants. 



85 

Wilson, Samuel M. The first land court of Kentucky, 1779 17H0; an adflress 
cl(;livcre(l . . . bc^fore the Kentucky state bar ass(jciation at (Jc>vingt(jn, Ken- 
tucky, July (), 1923. Lexingt(jn, Ky. (2], 1(54 ]). facsiins. [1262 

Reprinted, with the addition of notes, appendices, and illustrationn, from the I'roceedinRS of the 
twenty-second annual ineotinK of the association, ll>2.'i. 

Concerned with the board of commissioners for adjusting and determining claims to lands on th 
western waters (Kentucky district) established by the state of Virginia in 1779. 

Louisiana 

Adamoli, Giulio. New Orleans in 1867. "Letters from America, 1807." La. 
HIST. QUAR., VI (Apr.) 271-279. [1263 

Translation of an extract from the American letters of Giulio Adamoli, 1867, reprinted from " Living 
HKi\" V. :iV.i, no. 40r,6, Apr. 1, 1922. 

Dart, Henry Plauche. Episodes of life in colonial Louisiana. La. hlst. quail, 
VI (Jan.) 35-45. [1264 

I. Dupont the Sabbath breaker [1726] II. Juanico, the Qallician, and the game of 21. 

Dart, Henry Plauche, ed. Almonester's will. La. hist, quar., VI (Jan.) 21-34. 

[1265 

Copy of the will of Don Andres Almonester y Koxas, 1791, from the Spanish judicial records of Louis- 
iana. 

Dart, Henry Plauche, ed. A Louisiana conventional mortgage of the Spanish 
colonial period. La. hist, quar., VI (Apr.) 255-258. [1266 

A document from the Spanish judicial records of Louisiana, 1787. 

Dart, Henry Plauche, cd. Trial of Marv Glass for murder, 1780. La. hi.st. 
QUAR., VI (Oct.) 591-654. ' [1267 

Documents from the Spanish judicial records of Louisiana. 

Gordon, Harry. New Orleans and Bayou St. John in 1766; extract from journal 
of an expedition along the Ohio and Mississippi by Captain Harry Gordon. 
La. hist, quar., VI (Jan.) 19-20. [1268 

Xafayette Parish, La. Community service. The Attakapas trail; a history of 
Lafayette Parish, with complete pageant score and prologues, as presented at 
centennial celebration, Lafayette Parish, Lafayette, Louisiana, April 6, 1923. 
[Morgan City, La.: King-Hannaford co.] 48 p. [1269 

Half-title: History of Lafayette Parish, written for the Centennial pageant committee by Harry 
Lewis Griffin. ... 

Marigny, Bernard. Reflections on the campaign of General Andrew Jackson in 
Louisiana in 1814 and '15. New Orleans: Printery of J. L. Sollee, 1848. La. 
hist, quar., VI (Jan.) 61-85. [1270 

Translation, by Grace King, of a rare pamphlet preserved in the library of the Louisiana historical 
society. " The ' Reflections' is a defense of the Creoles of Louisiana against the insinuations and inuen- 
does regarding their patriotism, that were current subsequent to the battle of January 8, 1S15." 

The Nicholls family in Louisiana. La. hist, quar., VI (Jan.) 5-18. [1271 

Puckett, Erastus Paul. The attempt of New Orleans to meet the crisis in her 
trade with the West. Miss. Valley hist, assoc. proc, X, pt. 3, 481-495. 

[1272 

Concerned with the efforts of the commercial interests of New Orleans to retain the trade from the 
West which in the fifties was being diverted to the East by the railroads. 

Tastevin, Maria. Un coin de vieille France: La Nouvelle-Orleans. Rev. pol. 
ET PARL., CXVII (Oct. 10) 97-106. [1273 

Maine 

Allen, Charles E. The old Gardiner mills now standing at Dresden, Maine; 
from notes of the late Charles E. Allen. Sprague's jour. Maixe hist., XI, 
no. 1, 18-19. [1274 

Barry, William E. Chronicles of Kennebunk, being scenes and episodes in an 
old Maine village & vicinitv. [N. Y.: Printed bv Redfield, Kendrick, Odell 
CO.] 86 p. illus. (map). ' " . [1274a 



86 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Bridges, Laura M. Extract from a history of South Bristol. Sprague's jour. 
Maine hist., XI, no. 2, 98-104. [1275 

Nichols, Charles J. The march of Benedict Arnold through the district of 
Maine. Sprague's jour. Maine hist., XI, nos. 3-4, 144-150, 195-208. [1276 
An address before the Society of the Daughters of the American revolution. 

Rich, George. Some facts about Farmingdale. Sprague's jour. Maine hist., 
XI, no. 4, 229-233. [1277 

Sawtelle, William Otis. Antoinette de Pons, patroness of the Mt. Desert mission 
of Saint Sauveur. Sprague's jour. Maine hist., XI, no. 4, 189-195. [1278 

Sawtelle, William Otis. The Island of Mount Desert; the romantic story of 
Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Perigord, one of the world's most famous diplo- 
mats, and its connection with Maine's early history. Sprague's jour. Maine 
hist., XI, no. 3, 127-144. [1279 

Shaw, Justin Henry. "Agamenticus Majestic," York county's mountain and 
the legend of "Saint" Aspenquid. Sprague's jour. Maine hist., XI, no. 2, 
71-84. [1280 

Sprague, John Francis. Maine's legislative graveyard; from bills, acts, resolves, 
and memorials, discarded by Maine legislatures since 1820. Sprague's jour. 
Maine hist., XI, nos. 1-4, 13-17, 95-97, 169-170, 209-214. [1281 

Sprague, John Francis. The Rices of Monson, Maine. Sprague's jour. 
Maine hist., XI, nos. 1-2, 3-12, 84-94. [1282-3 

Maryland 

Brown, W. McCuUoh. Fort Frederick. Md. hist, mag., XVIII (June) 101-108. 

[1284 

The Dulanys of Maryland in provincial and revolutionary times. D. A. R. mag., 
LVII (Jan.) 18-29. [1285 

Signed: "W. D. H." 

Earle, Swepson. The Chesapeake Bay country. Baltimore, Md.: Thomsen- 
Ellis CO. 510 p. plates, ports., map (facsim.) col. fold. map. [1286 

Howard, McHenry. Some abstracts of old Baltimore county records. Md. hist. 
MAG., XVIII (Mar.) 1-22. [1287 

Records of the Baltimore county court during ttie 17th and early 18th centuries. 

Howard, McHenry. Wve House, Talbot county, Maryland. Md. hist, mag., 
XVIII (Dec.) 293-299. [1288 

Kempton, Christine Hudson. Old mansions in the environs of Washington; 
Maryland and Virginia are rich in examples of Georgian architecture. House 
beautiful, LIV (Oct.) 364-365. [1289 

"News" from the ''Maryland gazette". Md. hist, mag., XVIII (Mar.- June) 
22-37, 150-183. [1290 

Personal notices from the "Maryland gazette" extending over the period from 1752 to 1800. 
Cont. from v. XVII, 1922. 

Thomas, James W., and T. J. C. Williams. History of Allegany county, Mary- 
land; to this is added a biographical and genealogical record of representative 
families, prepared from data obtained from original sources of information. 
[Cumberland? Md.] L. R. Titsworth and co. 2 v. ports., plates, maps, plan, 
facsim. [1291 

Turner, C. H. B. Maryland items from Delaware records. Md. hist, mag., 
XVIII (Mar.-June) 52-54, 184-186. [1292 

Abstracts from Sussex county deeds, Book I, containing records of the 18th century. 

Winchester, Paul. Men of Maryland since the Civil war; sketches of United 
States senator Arthur Pue Gorman and his contemporaries and successors and 
their connection with public affairs. In three volumes, v. I. Baltimore: 
Maryland County press syndicate. 244, x p. [1293 



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Massachusetts 

Alden, Ebenezer. Historical skutclKis of llu; town of Rarulolpli Ix'ffjre 1800 witli 
genealogical notices of (;arlv families hv Dr. Ebenez(!r Alden, from the; Ran- 
dolph transcript, 1857-1S58. [Randolph? Mass., 1923?] l.'io numlxTcfi 
leaves. [1294 

Type-written copy. 

[Allen, George H. H.] New liedford five cents savings bank, incorporated April 
18, 1855, organized May 5, 1855, opened May 26, 1855. New Bedford, Mass. 
[Reynolds, printer] 58 p. plates, port. [1295 

Amory, Katharine Greene "Mr-s'. John Amory". The journal of Mrs. John 
Amory (Katharine Greene) 1775-1777, with letters from her father, Rufus 
Greene, 1759-1777; edited and arranged from manuscripts and illustraterl 
from portraits in the possession of Mrs. Amory's great-great-granddaughter, 
Martha C. Codman. Boston: Priv. print, x, 101 [). plates, ports., facsims. 

[1296 

Bentley, William. Extracts from the diary of Rev. Dr. William Bentlev [Oct. 8, 
1794-Oct. 4, 1795] Danveks hist. soc. coll., XI, 83-91. ^ [1297 

Blanchard, Sarah J. Remembrances. Medford hist, reg., XXVI (Mar.) 
15-20. [1298 

Burrage, Walter L. A history of the Massachusetts medical society, with brief 
biographies of the founders and chief officers, 1781-1922. [Norwood, Mass.] 
Priv. print, xiii, 505 p. plates, ports., facsims. [1299 

Bush, Roxa Howard. Landmarks and memories of Paxton. Paxton, Mass, 
61 p. plates. [1300 

Cazneau, Isaac. How^ the British left the Hancock house, with some account of 
the damage done other buildings in Boston; a letter written by Isaac Casncau 
and communicated by Walter K. Watkins. Old-time New England, XIII 
(Apr.) 194-19G. [1301 

Letter written to John Hancock, Apr. 4, 1776. 

Chappie, William Dinsmore. Salem and the War of 1812. Essex inst. hist. 
COLL., LIX (Oct.) 289-304. [1302 

Coolidge, Calvin. Massachusetts and its position in the hfe of the nation 
Nation, geog. mag., XLIII (Apr.) 337-352. [1303 

Darling, Arthur B, The Workingmen's partv in Massachusetts, 1833-1834. 
Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Oct.) 81-86. ' [1304 

Dow, George Francis. Old Cape Cod fence-posts. Old-time New England, 
XIV (July) 21-28. [1305 

Eaton, Florence Taft. Old Concord, Massachusetts. Landmark, V (Nov.) 
733-738. [1306 

Emerson, George W. Some annals of the birthplace of General Israel Putnam, 
Danvers, Mass. Old-time New England, XIII (Apr.) 165-168. [1307 

Essex county vessels captured by foreign powers, 1793-1813. Compiled from 
American state papers. Essex inst. hist, coll., LIX (Jan.) 25-32. [1308 

Cont. from v. LVIII, 1922. 

Fagan, James 0. The Old South; or, The romance of earh- New England his- 
tory. Boston: Press of Geo. H. Ellis co. 141 p. illus. (part col.) plates, 
ports., plan. [1309 

The Old South church, Boston. 

Farrington, Charles C. Paul Revere and his famous ride. Bedford, Mass.. 
Bedford print shop. 89 p. port., plates. [1310 

Gleason, Hall. Old ships and ship-building davs of Medford. Medford hist. 
REG., XXVI (Dec.) 61-71. * [1311 

Deals with Medford shipping and sea borne commerce during the early days apd the years 1800-1812. 



88 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Gray, Edward. Ward Chipman, jr., 1797-1798. Mass. hist. soc. proc, LVI, 
271-278. [1312 

Consists of letters written during a winter spent at Salem, Mass., with his aunt Mrs. William Gray, 
when he was ten years old. 

Greenough, Charles P. Thomas Sims papers. Mass. hist. soc. proc, LV, 
340-344. [1313 

Remarks of Mr. Greenough in presenting contemporary documents relating to the fugitive slave law 
excitement in Boston, in 1856. 

Hale, Edward Everett. School street in 1830. Bostonian soc. proc, Jan. 16, 
1923, 35-37. [1314 

Hale, Philip. Musical and theatrical life in a New England village in the sixties. 
Mass. hist. soc. proc, LVI, 335-343. [1315 

a description of Northampton, Massachusetts. 

Hawes, Charles Boardman. Gloucester, by land and sea; the story of a New 
England seacoast town. Boston: Little, Brown and co. xiv, 226 p. illus., 
plates. [1316 

Hutt, Frank Walcott. Beginnings of Bristol county, Massachusetts; Massasoit, 
Zerviah Mitchell and EKzabeth Poole. Americana, XVII (July) 231-262. 

[1317 

Jones, Theodore F., and Charles F. White. Land ownership in Brookline from 
the first settlement. Illustrated by six maps, 1636, 1667, 1693, 1746, 1786, 
1822, by Theodore F. Jones, ph. d., continued by four maps, 1844, 1855, 1888, 
1916, by Brookline surveyors, with genealogical additions by Charles F. White. 
[Brookline] Brookline historical society. 44 p. maps. (Its Publication 
no V) [1318 

Bound with the Proceedings of the Brookline historical society at the annual meeting, January 30, 
1923. 

Lee, Francis H. Forty years ago in Salem; extracts from the diary of Francis H. 
Lee. Essex inst. hist, coll., LIX (Apr., Oct.) 102-104, 359-360. [1319 

The diary begins on January 1st, 1878. 

Macy, William F. The Sherburne lyceum. Nantucket hist, assoc. proc 
XXIX, 53-61. [1320 

A debating society of the late 1870's and early 1880's in Nantucket. 

Mann, Moses W. Medford journalism. Medford hist, reg., XXVI (Dec.) 
72-83. [1321 

[Mann, Moses W.] Medford statuary. Medford hist, reg., XXVI (June) 
34-39. [1322 

[Mann, Moses W.] Medford's bulky red nose. Medford hist, reg., XXVI 
(Sept.) 45-55. [132J 

Historical notes regarding the old Pasture Hill section of Medford. 

[Mann, Moses W.] Views of Medford. Medford hist, reg., XXVI (Mar.) 
1-12. [132^ 

Matthews, Albert. [Note on the term "God's acre"] Col. soc. Mass. pub. 
XXIV, 293-296. [132f 

Notes three early instances of the application of this term to the old burial place at the corner of Massa 
chusetts avenue and Garden street, Cambridge. 

Merritt, Percival. Letter of Robert Boucher Nickolls, 1775. Col. soc. Mass, 
PUB., XXIV, 435-438. [132e 

Remarks in communicating a letter written from London, August 5, 1775, by the Rev. Robert Bouchei 
Nickolls to the Earl of Dartmouth, soliciting some provision in the Church. 

Norcross, Grenville Howland. George Latimer. Mass. hist. soc. proc, LVI, 
170-171. [132; 

Note in communicating a manuscript of Oct. 28, 1842, in regard to George Latimer, a fugitive slav( 
seized in Boston by his former owner. 

Northfield, Mass. 250th anniversary celebration of the town of Northfieldj 
Mass. . . . June 22, 23 and 24, 1923. [Northfield?] 118 p. illus. [132f 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY, 1923 ~ 89 

Norton, Henry Franklin. Martha's Vineyard, historical, legendary, scenic. 
Tlie story of its towns: Kdgartown, Oak HliifFs, Tisbury (Vineyard Haven), 
West Tisbury, CJhihnark, Guy Head. [Hartford, Conn.: H. F. Norton, R. K. 
Pyno] 94 p. ilhis. (incl. map). (1329 

Nutting, Wallace. Massachusetts beautiful. Illustrated by the author with 
three hundred and four pictures covering all the counties in Massachusetts. 
Franiiiighani: Ohl America companv. 301 p. illus., plates. {IHh States 
beautiful series) ' (1330 

Paine, Ralph D. Tiie ships and sailors of old Salem; the record of a brilHant era 
of American achievement. Revised with a new preface by the author and 
with a new and complete index. Boston: Charles E. Lauriat co. xvii, 471 p. 
col. front., plates, ports., map, facsims. (1331 

Plymouth, Mass. First church. Plymouth church records, 1620-1859. Part II. 
Boston: Pub. by the Society, xii, [471J-848 p. ports., plates, facsims. 
(Col. soc. Mass. pub., XXIII) (1332 

Part I, pub. in 1920. 

"Of the material here presented, only a portion has hitherto appeared in print . . . It is believed that 
no more important contribution to the ecclesiastical history of New England has been made than will be 
found in these volumes." 

The records printed in this volume cover the period from 1732 to 1859. 

Includes comprehensive lists of births, baptisms, marriages, and deaths, which arc of genealogical 
value. 

Putnam, Alfred P. Danvers people and their homes. Danvers hist. soc. 
COLL., XI, 50-54. (1333 

Cont. from v. IX, 1921. 

Putnam, Edmund. Account book of Dea. Edmund Putnam, tailor, sho^ving the 
wearing apparel of Danvers men from 1764 to 1778. Danvers hist. soc. 
COLL., XI, 55-64. (1334 



Somerville, Mass. Fiftieth anniversary of the citv of Somerville . . . cele- 
brated Julv 2, 3, and 4, 1922. [Somerville: Somerville Journal print] 1922. 
60 p. ^ [1334a 

Storer, Malcolm. The Franklin Boston school medals. Mass. hist. soc. proc, 
LV, 189-198. [1335 

An account of the medals given to the children of Boston under the terms of the will of Benjamin 
Franltlin. 

Storer, Malcolm. Numismatics of Massachusetts. [Boston] Massachusetts 
historical society, xi, 318 p. 38 plates on 16 leaves. (Mass. hist. soc. coll., 
V. LXXVI) [1336 

This is primarily a catalogue of pieces in the collection of the Massachusetts historical society, although 
the compiler has included descriptions of other pieces, taken from many sources. 

Tapley, Harriet Silvester. Capt. Samuel Page and his vessels; an account of the 
shipping industry at New Mills in the eighteenth and early nineteenth cen- 
turies. Danvers hist. soc. coll., XI, 92-111. [1337 

Tapley, Harriet Silvester. Chronicles of Danvers (old Salem village) Massa- 
chusetts, 1632-1923. Danvers, Mass.: The Danvers historical society, xii, 
283 p. plates, ports., facsims. [1338 

Thorndike, Samuel Lothrop. Samuel Lothrop Thorndike to William H. Gardiner. 
Mass. hist. soc. proc, LVI, 266-268. [1339 

Two letters on the Boston fire of 1872, written immediately after the event. 

Warren, Winslow. Recollections of fifty years. Mass. hist. soc. proc, LVI, 
218-231. [1340 

The writer's reminiscences of fifty years' experience as a member of the Massachusetts historical 
society. 

Washburn, R. M. Smith's barn; "a child's history" of the West side, Worcester, 
1880-1923. Worcester: Printed by the Commonwealth press; exclusive 
distributors, Davis and Banister. 147 p. port. [1341 

Waters, Thomas Franklin. Ipswich river, its bridges, wharves and industries. 
[Salem, Mass.] Printed for the Society. [6], 40 p. (Ipswich hist. soc. pub., 
XXIV) [1342 

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Watkins, Walter K. Boston in the last days of the town, Bostonian soc. 
soc. PRoc, Jan. 16, 1923, 23-34. [1343 

Williams, Lenore Wheeler. Sandwich glass and some other pressed glass. 
Old-time New England, XIII (Jan.) 135-138. [1344 

An account of the manufacture of glass objects at the glass works, organized at Sandwich, Massa- 
chusetts, in 1825. 

Michigan 

Adams, Mrs. Franc L. Pioneer history of Ingham county, compiled and arranged 
by Mrs. Franc L. Adams, secretary of the Ingham county pioneer and histori- 
cal society, v. I. Lansing, Mich.: Wynkoop Hallenbeck Crawford co, 
856 p. port. [1345 

Published under the auspices of the Ingham county pioneer and historical society. 

Business ''adventures" of bateau days. Burton hist. coll. leaflet, II, 

nos. 1-2 (Sept.-Nov.) 1-16. [1346 

Selections from the papers of John Askin (or Erskine) a trader in the Detroit region in the early days. 

Catlin, George B. The story of Detroit. [Detroit] The Detroit News, xix, 
764 p. illus. [1347 

Reprinted from the Detroit News, in which it appeared serially. 
Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (July 1924) 814-815. 

Charles Irish Walker [1814-1895] Burton hist. coll. leaflet, I, no. 10 (May) 
85-92. [1348 

A prominent citizen of Detroit, who "awakened a more general interest in the history and develop- 
ment of Detroit and Michigan." 

Cochrane, Sarah Ann. From Vermont to Vermontville. (Selections from the 
papers of Sarah Ann Cochrane). Burton hist. coll. leaflet, I, no. 8 
(Jan.) 61-76. [1349 

a letter written by Mrs. Sylvester Cochrane from Vermontville, Oct. 3, 1838, describing her emigra- 
tion from Vermont, and a biographical account of the Rev. Sylvester Cochrane, the founder of the 
Vermontville colony, and his wife, by their daughter, Sarah Ann Cochrane. 

Documents relating to the erection of Wayne county and Michigan Territory. 
Prepared for publication by the Burton historical collection, Detroit public 
library, 1922-1923. 45 p. (Wayne co. hist, pub., nos. 1 and 2) [1350 

Introduction signed: C. M. Burton, city historiographer. 

Doty, Mrs. W. G. Ann Arbor. Mich. hist, mag., VII (July) 192-198. [1351 

Father Gabriel Richard. Burton hist. coll. leaflet, I, no. 9 (Mar.) 77-84. 

[1352 

A French priest who labored in Detroit from 1798 until his death in 1832. 

Fischer, A. F. Medical reminiscences. Mich. hist, mag., VII (Jan.) 27-33. 

[1353 

Read at the annual meeting of the Keweenaw historical society, April 26, 1922. 

Jenks, William L. Michigan Territory under a British governor. In Sons of the 
American revolution, Michigan society. Year book, 1919-1923. Comp. by 
Raymond E. Van Syckle, secretary, Detroit, Michigan, p. 53-62. [1353a 

Deals with the administration of Col. Henry Proctor, 1812-1813. 

Jenks, William L. William Hull, first Territorial governor of Michigan. In Sons 
of the American revolution, Michigan society. Year book, 1919-1923. Comp. 
by Raymond E. Van Syckle, secretary, Detroit, Michigan, p. 31-52. [1353b 

Lathrop, Olive C. History of Michigan law libraries and their relation to general 
libraries in Michigan. Law lib. jour., XVI (Oct.) 15-23. [1354 

Martineau, Harriet. Harriet Martineau's travels in and around Michigan, 1836. 
Mich. hist, mag., VII (Jan.) 49-99. [1355 

Extracts from her "Society in America" (London, 1837). 

Newton, Stanley. The story of Sault Ste. Marie and Chippewa county. Sault 
Ste. Marie, Mich. [The author] [1355a 



1923 91 

Pieters, Aleida J. A Dutch settlement in Michigan. Grand RapidK, Mich.: 
The Reformed press, Eerdmans-Scvcnsma co. 208 p. port., phite, niai)s. 

11356 

Thesis (ph. d.)— Columbia university, 1923. 

Robinson, 0. W. Travel in early days. Micii. hiht. mag., VII (July) 170-101. 

[1357 

Personal reniinisccnccs of travel in Michigan in the 1850's. 

Strange, Daniel. Pioneer davs in Eaton countv. Mh h. hist, mac,., VII f.Jan.) 
10-10. ' (1358 

Wait, Mrs. William Henry. History as reflected in the names of women for 
whom Michigan D. A. R. chapters arc named. Mirir. hist, mag., VII (Julv) 
100-223. [1359 

Minnesota 

Adams, Elmer E. The Nelson-Kindred campaign of 1882. Minn. hlst. bt'L., 

V (May) 87-107. [1360 
Congressional contest of 1882, which resulted in the election of Knute Nelson to represent the " Bloody 

Fifth district" of Minnesota. Throws light upon political practices in Minnesota in the early eighties. 

Appel, livia, and Theodore C, Blegen. Official encouragement of immigration 
to Minnesota during the territorial' period. Minn. hist, bul., V (Aug.) 
167-203. [1361 

Arnold, John B. A story of Grand Portage and vicinity; compiled from the 
writings of Warren, Winchell, Neill and Buck. [Minneapolis: Printed by 
Harrison and Smith co.] 48 p. illus. (iiicl. maps). [1362 

Blegen, Theodore C, cd. Impressions of Minnesota in 1849. Minn. hist, bil., 

V (Nov.) 286-290. [1363 
Copy of a letter written by a visitor to St. Paul in 1849. 

Buck, Solon J. The storv of the Grand Portage. Minn. hist, bul., V (Feb.) 
14-27. ' [1364 

Christiansen, Theodore. The Long and Beltrami explorations in Minnesota one 
hundred years ago. Minn. hist, bul., V (Nov.) 249-264. [1365 

Regarding the exploring expedition under command of Stephen H. Long, in 1823. Oiacomo C. Bel- 
trami, an Italian political refugee in this country joined the expedition at Fort Snelling, in July of that 
year, but left it in August to continue his explorations independently. 

Crone, A. J. Pioneers of Deerwood. [Ironton, Minn.: The Ironton news] 
57 p. [1366 

Dieserud, Juul. Valdris Samband og dets Ledende Maend. Normandsfor- 
BUNDET, XVI, nos. 4-5, 139-145, 194-201. [1367 

Describes the origin and history of Valdris Samband, a society of people tracing their ancestry to the 
Norwegian district of Valders. 

Dillan, Ingolf. Brainerd's half centur\\ [Minneapolis, Minn.: General print. 
CO.] 144 p. illus. (inch ports.). ~ [1368 

Duluth. Board of education. The story of Duluth; its settlement, growth, and 
possibilities, prepared by fourth grade teachers of Duluth, Minnesota. Du- 
luth, Minn.: The Board of education, ix, 144 p. illus., map. [1369 

De f^rste norske Settlementer i Minnesota. Norsk-Amerikaneren, no. 6 , 
231-240. [1370 

lewis, Sinclair. Minnesota: The Norse state. Nation, CXVI (Mav 30) 
624-627. (These United States— XXX) ' [1371 

Minnesota. Board of control of state institutions. History of the state Board 
of control and the 17 state institutions under the management and jurisdiction 
of the board. 1901-1922. [St. Paul?] 80 p. [1372 

Nute, Grace lee. James Dickson: a filibuster in Minnesota in 1836. Miss. 
Valley hist, rev., X (Sept.) 127-140. [1373 

Narrative of the military expedition under the command of one calling himself General Dickson of 
the "Indian liberating army", from Minnesota into the Red River settlement, to obtain half-brccd 
recruits to aid the cause of Texas and later to establish an Indian kingdom in California. 



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Nute, Grace Lee, ed. A description of northern Minnesota by a fur trader inj 
1807. Minn. hist, bul., V (Feb.) 28-39. [1374 

Copy of a letter written by George H. Monk, jr., in 1807, which gives a picture of northern Minnesota 
under the regime of the Northwest company. 

Nute, Grace Lee, ed. Documents relating to James Dickson's expedition. Miss. 
Valley hist, rev., X (Sept.) 173-181. [1375 

Satterlee, Marion P. A detailed account of the massacre by the Dakota Indians 
of Minnesota in 1862. Minneapolis: The author, iv, 128 p. [1375a 

Shutter, Marion Daniel, ed. History of Minneapolis, gateway to the Northwest. 

Chicago- Minneapolis: S. J. Clarke pub. co. 3 v. plates, ports., plan. [1376 

V. II and III: Biographical. 

The State historical convention at Redwood Falls. Minn. hist, bul., V (Nov.) 
265-285. [1377 

The second state historical convention under the auspices of the Minnesota historical society, held 
at Kedwood Falls, June 22 and 23, 1923. 

Stevens, Wayne E. The fur trade in Minnesota during the British regime. 
Minn. hist, bul., V (Feb.) 3-13. [1378 

Talman, John. Minnesota in panorama, an historical poem, with notes by the 
author. Mapleton, Minn.: The Enterprise pub. co. 34 p. [1379 

Missouri 

Bek, William G. The followers of Duden. Mo. hist, rev., XVII (Apr.-July) 
331-347, 479-504; XVIII (Oct.) 36-54. [1380 

Cont. from v. XVII, no. 1, Oct. 1922. 

An account of the life of the early German settlers in Missouri. 

Britton, Wiley. Pioneer life in southwest Missouri. Mo. hist, rev., XVII 
(Jan- Apr.) 198-211, 358-375. [1381 

Cont. from v. XVII, no. 1, Oct. 1922. 

Cable, John Eay. The Bank of the state of Missouri. N. Y.: Columbia uni- 
versity. 321 p. (Columbia univ. stud., v. CII, no. 2; whole no. 232) [138? 
Published also as thesis (ph. d.) Columbia university, 1923. 
A study of the financial history of Missouri during the period from 1819 to 1877. 

Creel, Virginia. Missouri, Dixie's affinity. Confed. vet., XXXI (Feb.) 53-54, 

[1383 

Historical account of Missouri's southern affiliations. 

Daughters of the American revolution. Alexander Doniphan chapter. Claj 

county Missouri centennial souvenir, 1822-1922. Liberty, Mo.: The Liberty 

Tribune, 1922. 196 p. illus. [1384 

Ed. by Mrs. Ethel Massie Withers. 

Garraghan, J. Saint Ferdinand de Florissant; the story of an ancient parish, 

Chicago: Loyola university press. 271 p. [1385 

Describes one of the oldest settlements in upper Louisiana. 

Gilmore, Grace L. The five oldest family newspapers in Missouri. Mo. hist, 
REV., XVII (Jan.) 167-186. . [138f^ 

Five early newspapers of Missouri, each of which, with one exception, has been owned and edited by 
one family down to the present time. 

HasweU, A. M. The story of the Bald Knobbers. Mo. hist, rev., XVIII (Oct.) 
27-35. [1387" 

A vigilance organization in Missouri in the eighties. 

Herklotz, Hildegarde Rose. Jayhawkers in Missouri, 1858-1863. Mo. hist, 

rev., XVII (Apr.-July) 266-284, 505-513; XVIII (Oct.) 64-101. [138r 

Concerned with a phase of the Kansas border warfare previous to the Civil war. 

Hudson, Manley 0. Missouri: Doesn't want to be shown. Nation, CXVII 
(Oct. 17) 431-434. (These United States— XL) [1389 



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Krohn, Ernst C. A century of Missouri music. Mo. hiht. kkv., XVII (Jan.- 
July) 130-158, 285-320, 440 -403. (1390 

lehmann, Frederick W. Edward Bates and the test oath. Mo. hist. soc. 
COLL., IV, no. 4, 389-401. (1391 

Concerning the controversy over the test oath for politiciil rights contained in the Missouri constitu- 
tion of ISOf). 

Ridings, J. Willard. Missouri historv not found in text book.s. Mo. hist, uev., 
XVII (Jan.-July) 231-235, 395-400, 529-533; XVIII (Oct.) 109-115. [1392 

Riegel, R. E. The Missouri Pacific railroad to 1879. Mo. hist, rev., XVIII 
(Oct.) 3-26. [1393 

Schrantz, Ward L. Jasper county, Missouri, in the Civil war. Carthage, Mo.: 
The Carthage press. 269 p. plates, map. [1394 

Shoemaker, Floyd C. "Oursel's as ithcrs see us." Mo. hist, rev., XVII (Julv) 
419-434. [1395 

A summnry of comments by numerous citizens of Missouri upon an article published in the N;ition;il 
geographic magazine, April 1923, entitled, "Missouri, motlier of the West," by Mr. Fre<lerick Simpich. 

Stevens, Walter B. The Missourian. Mo. hist, rev., XVII (Jan.) 117-129. 

[1396 

Stevens, Walter B. The new journalism in Missouri. Mo. hist, rev., XVII 
(Apr.-July) 321-330, 470-478; XVIII (Oct.) 55-63. [1397 

The new journalism in Missouri had its beginning in the decade 1870-1880. 

Viles, Jonas. Old Franklin: a frontier town of the twenties. Miss. Valley 
HIST. REV., IX (Mar.) 269-282. [1398 

Withers, Ethel Massie. How Clay county celebrated her centennial. Mo. hist. 
REV., XVII (Jan.) 159-164. [1399 

Montana 

Bradley, James H. Notes on the business of I. G. Baker & company at Fort 
Benton. Mont. hist. soc. contrib., IX, 345-348. [1400 

Bradley, James H. The Oregon trail; capture of an emigrant train by the Piegan 
chief Little Dog. ^Mont. hist. soc. contrib., IX, 335-340. [1401 

Bradley, James H. Sir George Gore's expedition (1854-1856). Mont. hist. 
soc. contrib., IX, 246-251. [1402 

Narrative of the sojourn in Montana. 

Bradley, James H. Sketch of the fur trade of the upper Missouri river. Mont, 
hist. soc. CONTRIB., IX, 317-335. [1403 

Fisher, Arthur. Montana: Land of the copper collar. Nation, CXVII (Sept. 
19) 290-292. (These United States— XXXVIII) [1404 

Kuhn, Bertha M. The W-bar ranch on the Missouri slope. No. Dak. hist. soc. 
COLL., V, 155-166. [1405 

The W-bar ranch, owned by Pierre Wibaux, was situated on land about equally divided in Montan:i 
and Dakota. 

Sanders, J. IT. Hundred governors rule Montana in two centuries. Mont. hist. 
soc. contrib., IX, 352-365. [1406 

Nebraska 

Gather, Willa Sibert. Nebraska: The end of the first cvcle. Nation, CXVII 
(Sept. 5) 236-238. (These United States— XXXVII) " [1407 

Early banks in Nebraska. Neb. hist., VI (Oct.) 111-114. [1408 

Fitchie, S. D. The fight for prohibition in Nebraska. Neb. hist., VI (Julv) 
81-88. [1409 

Lincoln, Nebraska's capital city, 1867-1923 . . . over 50 years of Lincoln's 
progress shown by word and picture. [Lincoln, Neb.: Woodruff print, co.] 
191 p. illus. (incl. maps). [1410 

Contains advertising matter. 

"Published by authority of the Lincoln Chamber of commerce." 



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Sorenson, Alfred. The story of Omaha from pioneer days to the present time. 
The 3d ed., rev., rearranged and enl. Omaha: National print, co. [10], 
661 p. illus. (incl. ports.). [1411 

Published 1889 under title: History of Omaha from the pioneer days to the present time. 

Nevada 

Marye, George Thomas, jr. From '49 to '83 in California and Nevada; chapters 
from the life of George Thomas Marye, a pioneer of '49. San Francisco: 
A. M. Robertson. 212 p. ports., plates. [1412 

New Hampshire 

Franklin: a town, 1828— a city, 1896. Granite mo., LV (Apr.) 147-161. [1413 

Hayley, John W. Tuftonboro, New Hampshire; an historical sketch. [Concord, 
N. H.: Rumford press] 111 p. port., map. [1414 

How Dover grew; the development of her factories. Granite mo., LV (Aug.) 
361-364. [1415 

Lyford, James 0. The savings bank centennial; the one hundredth birthday of 
two New Hampshire banks. Granite mo., LV (Aug.) 365-369. [1416 

The year 1923 is the centennial of the Portsmouth savings bank, at Portsmouth, and the StrafTord 
savings bank, at Dover. 

Nutting, Wallace. New Hampshire beautiful. Illustrated by the author with 
three hundred and four pictures covering all the counties in New Hampshire. 
Framingham, Mass.: Old America company. 302 p. illus., plates. (His 
States beautiful series.) [1417 

Rogers, Mary Cochrane. Glimpses of an old social capital (Portsmouth, New 
Hampshire) as illustrated by the life of the Reverend i^rthur Browne and his 
circle. Boston: Printed for the subscribers, xii, 92 p. plates, ports. [1418 

Scales, John. History of Dover, New Hampshire, v, I. (Tercentenary ed.) 
Containing historical, genealogical and industrial data of its early settlers, 
their struggles and triumphs. [Manchester, N. H.] Printed by authority ot 
the City councils] xvi, 516 p. plates, port., maps. ^ [1419 

Snow, Leslie P. Historical address by Hon. Leslie P. Snow, associate justice 
New Hampshire Supreme court, delivered at the celebration of the three- 
hundredth anniversarv of the settlement of New Hampshire at Portsmouth, 
N. H., August 20, 1923. Penacook, N. H.: The W. B. Ranney co., printers. 
36 p. port. [1420 

Tanner, Virginia. A pageant of Portsmouth; a pageant in celebration of the ter- 
centenary of the first settlement in New Hampshire, spring of 1623, written 
and produced by Virginia Tanner, for the tercentenary celebration of Ports- 
mouth, August 19-23, 1923. [Concord, N. H.: Rumford press] 95 p. illus. 

[1421 

Upham, George B. When Claremont was called Ashley. Granite mo., LV 
(Mar.-May) 134-136, 177-179, 237-239. [1422 

Wilcomb, Edgar Harlan. Ancient Aquadoctan, the Weirs; stories of a century of 
Indian warfare in New Hampshire; Lake Winnepesaukee reminders of the 
early days. Worcester, Mass. [6], 56 p. plate. (Winnepesaukee lake 
country gleanings. Booklet F-1) [1423 

Wilcomb, Edgar Harlan. The Lakeport cleft and great prehistoric dam; the 
lake's various outlets, etc. [4], 28 p. illus., plan, maps. (Winnepesaukee 
Lake country gleanings. Booklet D-1) [1424 

Wilcomb, Edgar Harlan. Winnepesaukee Lake country gelanings; historical 
sketches and stories of the early days. Worcester, Mass. [4], 33 p. illus., 
plate. (Winnepesaukee Lake country gleanings. Booklet E-1) [1425 

Williams, G. G. The Bunga road, an exciting controversy at Landaff. Granite 
MO., LV (June) 284-286. [1426 

Account of a controversy which raged among the people of Landaff during the decade 1850-1860. 



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New Jersey 

Andrews, Frank D. Early history of the teinperance moveiiient in Vincland. 
ViNELAND HIST. MAO., VIII (Apr.) 97-102. [1427 

Andrews, Frank D. Literary Vineland. Vineland hist, mac;., VIII (Julv- 
Oct.) 117-12;i, 140-144. [14'28 

Bradbeer, William W New Jersey i)aper ciirrencv, 1709-1780. X. J. hist. 
see. puoc, n. s. VIII (Jan.) 12-19. " [1429 

Bullard, Charles B. Some New Jersey side-lights on llevolutionarv days. 
N. J. HIST. soc. I'HOC, n. s. VIII (July) 185-194. ' [1430 

Cady, Schuyler M. The movements of our Revolutionary trooi)s in Inion 
county. Union co. hist. soc. proc, 1923, 57-67. ' [1431 

Dix, Warren R. Old houses of J]lizabethtown — the Governor Belcher mansion. 
N. J. HIST. soc. proc, n. s. VIII (July) 169-185. [1432 

Dix, Warren R. Old houses of Elizabethtown; the Belcher mansion, 1040 East 
Jersey street, Elizabeth. Unio.n co. hist. soc. proc, 1923, 68-82. [1433 

Documents relating to the colonial history of the state of New Jersey. First 
series — vol. XXXI. Extracts from American newspapers relating to New 
Jersey for the year 1775. Ed. by A. Van Doren Honeyman. Somerville, 
N. J.: The Unionist-Gazette association, printers. 256 p. (Archives of the 
state of New Jersey, 1st ser., v. XXXI) [1434 

Errickson, Sarah R. History of Manasquan, from a paper read by Miss Sarah 
R. l*]rrickson at a meeting of the Woman's club of Manasquan, April 2nd. 
1917. Manasquan, N. J.: Manasquan national bank. 20 p. [1435 

Freehold, N. J. High school. Class of 1924. Guide to historic Freehold, 
N. J., and vicinitv, compiled bv students of Freehold high school. Class of 
1924. [Asbury Park, N. J.: Schuyler press] 83 p. illus., maps. [1436 

Goldsmith, Margaret 0. A pre-Revolutionary farmhouse occupied by seven 
successive generations of the Dutch farmer who bought it in 1738. House 
beautiful, LIV (Dec.) 610-612. [1437 

The house described is situated near the town of Bound Brook, New Jersey, and is now in the posses- 
sion of Eugene La Tourette. 

Hammond Cora E. Pioneer davs in Boonton, N. J. N. J. hist. soc. proc, 
n. s. VIII (Oct.) 287-299. " [1438 

Hare, J. Madison. The earlv historv of Scotch Plains. Union co. hist. soc. 
PROC, 1923, 41-47. " ' [1439 

Holmes, Frank R. Palisades interstate park. New Jersev. Americana, XVII 
(Apr.) 186-191. ^ [1440 

Honeyman, A. Van Doren. History of Union county, New Jersey, 1664-1923; 
editor-in-chief, A. Van Doren Honeyman . . . assisted by competent his- 
torians. N. Y. and Chicago: Lewis hist. pub. co. 3 v. plates, ports., coats 
of arms, maps, diagrs. [1441 

Biographical sketches comprise the second half of v. II and all of v. III. 

Honeyman, A. Van Doren. Plainfield, New Jersev; its settlement and develop- 
ment. Americana, XVII (Apr.) 214-224. ' [1442 

Hutchinson, Elmer T. A forgotten Elizabethtown newspaper, the "Essex 
patriot". N. J. hist. soc. proc, n. s. VIII (July) 210-219. ^ [1443 

The first issue appeared on April 20, 1785. 

Johnson, Arthur L. Earlv industries of Union countv. Union co. hist. soc. 
PROC, 1923, 48-56. ' ' [1444 

Johnson, William. A young man's journal of 1800-18 13. N. J. hist. soc. 
PROC, n. s. VIII (Apr.-Oct.) 150-154, 219-225, 313-321. [1445 

The journal of William Johnson, of Newton, N.J. This installment consists of extracts for the years 
1805-1S09, containing items of interest regarding persons and events in Sussex county, New Jersey. 
Cout. from v. VII, 1922. 



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Johnson, Willis Fletcher. History of Summit and vicinity. Union co. hist. 
soc. PROC, 1923, 34-40. [1446 

Jones, Carmita De Solms. Batsto and the bloomaries. Pa. mag. hist., XLVII 
(July) 185-195. [1447 

An account of the bog iron industry in south New Jersey in the first half of the 19th century. 

Jones, Carmita de Solms. The golden chain of memory; famous old Cape May, 
New Jersey. Americana. XVII, (Jan.) 64-85. [1448 

Jones, Carmita de Solms. Pleasant Mills, Sweetwater; home of Charles Read, 
and his daughter, Honoria, who lived here in colonial days . . . Jour. Am. 
HIST., XVII, no. 2, 115-121. [1449 

Kidd, Walter J. The passing of an old homestead. N. J. hist. soc. proc, 
n. s. VIII (July) 205-210. [1450 

The Nichols' homestead in Newark. 

Landis, Charles K. European journal of Charles K. Landis, founder of Vineland 
[1874] Vineland hist, mag., VIII (Jan.-Oct.) 65-67, 85-88, 105-109, 125-130. 

[1451 

Leonard, Thomas H. From Indian trail to electric rail; history of the Atlantic 
Highlands, Sandy Hook and original Portland Poynt, one of the first three 
settlements of New Jersey, comprising the present towns of Atlantic Highlands, 
Sandy Hook and Fort Hancock, the Highlands, Locust Point, Navesink, 
Leonardville, Chapel Hill, Leonardo, Lenison, Belford, Port Monmouth, New 
Monmouth, Keansburg and Union, Monmouth county, New Jersey. From 
landing of Henry Hudson in 1609 and first settlement in 1664 to present time. 
1909. Atlantic Highlands, N. J.: The Atlantic Highlands journal, xvii, 
665 p. illus., port., plates. [1452 

Mickle, Samuel. Additional extracts from the diary of Samuel Mickle. N. J. 

soc. Pa. yr. bk., 1923, 55-87. [1452a 

Samuel Mickle was a leading merchant of Woodbury, N. J., and an influential member of the Society 

of Friends. His diary contains matter of historical and genealogical interest; the extracts here given ar© 

from 1803 to 1821. 

Cont. from the Year book for 1922. 

Parker, Charles W. The classic Morris court house and its judges. N. J. law 
JOUR., XLVI (July) 196-200. [145S 

The Morris county court house at Morristown, N. J. 

Philhower, Charles A. The aboriginal inhabitants of Union county. N. J. 
hist. soc. proc, n. s. VIII (Apr.) 124-138. [1454 

Philhower, Charles A. History of the town of Westfield, Union county, New 
Jersey. N. Y. : Lewis historical publishing co. [6], 96 p. plates, maps, 
plans. [1455 

Philhower, Charles A. The Minisink Indian trail. N. J. hist. soc. proc, n. s. 
VIII (July) 199-205. ^ [1456 

Records concerning the Morris county court house. N. J. hist, soc proc, 
n. s. VIII (Oct.) 281-286. [1457 

Revolutionary letters concerning the Hibernia iron furnace. N. J. hist, soc 
PROC, n. s. VIII (Jan.-Apr.) 22-30, 144-149. [1458 

Thomson, J. Earle. Heroes and heroines of New Jersey. Introduction by Rov 
L. Shaffer. N. Y., Phila. [etc.] Hinds, Hayden and Eldredge. 70 p. illus. 

[1459 
With Gerson, Oscar. History primer . . . N. Y. [etc., 1923]. 

Vermeule, Cornelius C. Revolutionary days in old Somerset. N. J. hist, soc 
PROC, n. s. VIII (Oct.) 265-281. [1460 

Westervelt, Frances A. Hackensack, county seat of Bergen county. New Jersey. 
Americana, XVII (July) 278-302. [1461 

Westervelt, Frances A., ed. History of Bergen county, New Jersey, 1630-1923. 
N. Y. and Chicago: Lewis hist. pub. co. 3 v. plates, ports. [1462 

V. II-III include biographical material. 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY, 1923 97 

Who's who in New Jersey. Cumberlarul county edition. H. J. Souder, editor- 
in-chief. New York city: National biof^raphic news service. 200, iii p. 
illus., ports. [1463 

New Mexico 

Binkley, William Campbell. New Me.xico and tlie Texan Hanta Fe expedition. 
SouTiiw. HIST. QUAU., XXVII (Oct.) 85-107. [1464 

( 'Onccrnod with two questions— the attitude of the peoi)le of Xew Mexico toward the expedition which 
started from Texas in 1841 to estahUsh commerical and political relations with Santa F6, and what 
preparations, either ofheial or unollicial, were made in .\ew Mexico to receive the expedition. 

Bloom, Lansing. Ledgers of a Santa Fe trader. Palacio, XIV (May 1) 133-136. 

[1465 

Describes two ledgers kept by Manuel Alvarez, Santa Fe trader, covering a part of the years 18.34-1844, 
which give an insight into the commerce which went over the Santa Fe trail at that time. 

Hackett, Charles Wilson, ed. Historical documents relating to New Mexico, 
Nueva Vizcaya and approaches thereto, to 1773, collected by Adolph F. A. 
Bandelier and Fanny 11. Bandelier; Spanish texts and English translations, 
edited with introductions and annotations. Washington, D. C: Carnegie 
institution of Washington, xx, 502 p. (Carnegie institution of Washington. 
Publication no. 330, v. I. Papers of the Department of historical research, 
J. Franklin Jameson, editor) [1466 

I. The expansion of Spain in North America, to 1590.— 1. Introduction. 2. Reports relating to the 
services and merits of explorers and conquerors of New Spain. 3. Fourteen ci-dulas and letters relating 
primarily to Indian affairs in Nueva Galicia, Nueva Vizcaya, and adjacent regions, 1562-1597. 4. Docu- 
ments relating to the early colonial administration of New Spain. II. The founding of New Mexico, 
1680-1600.- 1. Introduction. 2. Documents relating to the founding of New Mexico. 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Apr. 1924) 563-564. 

Kimball, Marie Brace. The passing of a frontier fort; account of life among the 
Navajo Indians at Fort Wingate, New Mexico, in the middle of the nineteenth 
century. Jour. Am. hist., XVII, no. 1, 21-29. [1467 

Maas, Otto. Documentos sobre las misiones de Nuevo M6jico. Arch, ibero- 
AM., XX, 145-176, 195-209. [1468 

Prince, Le Baron Bradford, and Daniel T. Lawton. Addresses delivered at the 
ceremonies incident to the dedication of the Cross of the mart3'rs September 15, 
1920. With an introduction by Ralph Emerson Twitchell. [Santa Fe, N. M., 
1920] 23 p. illus. (New Mex. hist. soc. pub., no. 23) [1469 

The Cross of the martyrs, "commemorative of the martyrdom of twenty-one Franciscan frayles, 
[massacred by the Pueblo Indians in the revolution of 1680." 

Sergeant, Elizabeth Shepley. New Mexico: A relic of ancient America. Na- 
tion, CXVII (Nov. 21) 577-579. (These United States— XLII) [1470 

Twitchell, Ralph Emerson. The story of the conquest of Santa Fe, New Mexico, 
and the building of old Fort Marcy, a. d. 1846; written and compiled for the 
Historical society of New Mexico. [Santa Fe, N. M.] 63 p. illus. (inch 
ports.). (New Mex. hist. soc. pub., no. XXIV) [1471 

New York 

Alexander, De Alva Stanwood. Four famous New Yorkers; the political careers 
of Cleveland, Piatt, Hill and Roosevelt; forming volume four of "The political 
history of the state of New York" 1882-1905. N. Y.: Holt, xvii, 488 p. 

[1472 

Allen, Katherine, The Old stone house of Lewis countv, New York. D. A. R. 
MAG., LVII (Nov.) 663-674. ^ [1473 

This house was built for Hezekiah M. Talcott, in the late 18th century. 

Baldwin, Edwin R. The historical development of tuberculosis prevention in 
America with special reference to New York state. N. Y. state hist, assoc. 
JOUR., IV (Oct.) 205-231. [1474 

Baldwin, Evelyn Briggs. Data relating to the organization of the several (62) 
counties of New York state. N. Y. geneal. and bigg, rec, LIV (Jan.) 18-19. 

[1475 



98 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Bayles, W. Harrison, and Frank Allaben. A history of banks and banking in the 
citv of New York. Jour. Am. hist., XVII, "^nos. 2-4, 169-190, 237-256, 
361-378. [1476 

Contents. — X. Banking during the war of 1812. XI. The second bank of the United States. XII. 
A gradual improvement of banking standards in the cities. 
Cont. from v. XVI, 1922. 

Bragdon, Claude. Colonial architecture in the Genesee valley. Rochester 
HIST. SOC. PUB. FUND SER., II, 251-260. [1477 

Buffalo historical society. Reports of the president and secretary submitted at 
the annual meeting, January 9, 1923. Buffalo, N. Y. : Printed for the mem- 
bers. 92 p. [1478 

Callan, Estella Folts. Some phases of northern and western New York. Her- 
kimer CO. HIST. SOC. PAP., V, 160-165. [1479 

Chappell, Josephine Greig. Early history of the Genesee country — events and 
men. Rochester hist. soc. pub. fund ser., II, 275-288. [1480 

City history club of New York. Landmarks of New York; an historical guide to 
the metropolis, edited by A. Everett Peterson. [N. Y.] The City history club 
of New York. 261 p. illus., maps. [1481 

A consolidation of a series of " Excursion leaflets ". 
Published in 1909 and 1913 under title: Historical guide to the city of New York. 

Cleaveland, Dorothy Kendall. The trade and trade routes of northern New 
York from the beginning of settlement to the coming of the railroad. N. Y. 
STATE hist. ASSOC. JOUR., IV (Oct.) 205-231. [1482 

Coles, Elizabeth G. H. Historical sketch of the Washington headquarters, pre- 
pared under the auspices of the White Plains chapter. Daughters of the Amer- 
ican revolution, by Elizabeth G. H. Coles (Mrs. Selleck E.) chapter historian. 
[White Plains, N. Y.] 58 p. illus. (incl. map) plate. [1483 

Collins, James H. Ninety years of the Greenwich savings bank, the third 
trustee savings bank, founded in New York city, July 1st, 1833; with an account 
of old Greenwich village and of trustee or mutual savings banks. N. Y. 
73 p. illus. [1484 

Connolly, James C. Staten Island — its consolidation with New York. N. J. 
hist. soc. PROC, n. s. VIII (Oct.) 249-261. [1485 

Deals with the events which brought about the incorporation of Staten Island with the state of New 
York. 

Bowling, Katherine Josephine. Dublin. Rochester hist. soc. pub. fund 
SER., II, 233-249. [1486 

A sketch of the history of the Dublin district of Rochester. 

Ford, James L. New York of the seventies. Scribner's, LXXIII (June) 
742-748. [1487 

Fowler, Bertha. Historical sketch of Folts' mission institute. Herkimer co. 
hist. soc. pap., V, 152-159. [1488 

A Methodist training school for young women for home and foreign mission work, at Herkimer, N. Y. 

Gilchrist, Helen Ives. Fort Ticonderoga in history. Printed for the Fort 
Ticonderoga museum [1923?] illus., maps. [1489 

Gillespie, Harriet Sisson. The restoration of Washington's headquarters at Dobbs 
Ferry; the Philip Van Brugh Livingston manor. House beautiful, LIII 
(Mar.) 254-256, 284. [1490 

Greene, Nelson. Practical Mohawk Valley historical publicity and education. 
Herkimer co. hist. soc. pap., V, 166-181. [1491 

Hall, Edward Hagaman. The Monroe house, a landmark history of the house 
in New York city in which President Monroe died on July 4, 1831, with bio- 
graphical notes concerning some of the owners. Am. scenic and hist, preser- 
vation soc. rep., XXVIII, 251-266. . [1492 

Herkimer county historical society. Pioneer in the patriotic movement to 
place the Mohawk Valley the foremost historic locality in the country. 
Herkimer co. hist. soc. pap., V, 245-252. [1493 



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Herkimer county history. Valuable additioiiH to county history preserved by 
Herkimer county historical society. Herkimer co. hist. hoc. pap., V, 
253-257. (1494 

Hill, Henry Wayland. Literature of Jiuiruio. Americana, XVII (Jan.) l-.'il. 

[1495 

From advance sheets of "MuniciiJality of IJufTalo, New York— a history", Hon. Henry Wayland 
Hill, editor-in-chief (N. Y. and Chicago: Lewis historical publishing co.). 

Hill, Henry Wayland, ed. Municipality of Buffalo, New York; a history, 1720- 
1923. N. Y. and Chicago: Lewis hist. pub. co. 4 v. plates, ports., maps, 
facsim. (1496 

Winfleld Scott Downs, biographical editor. 
Vols. III-IV contain biographical material. 

Hooker, Susan Huntington. The rise and fall of Carthage. Rochester hist. 

see. PUB. B'UNu SER., II, 205-232. [1497 

The village of ('arthage which was laid out in 1817 was absorbed by the city of Rochester in 1834. 

Johnson, Harold B. An outline of north country history. Rochester hist. 
soc. PUB. FUND SER., II, 261-273. [1498 

Kauflfman, Elizabeth, and Cyrus Kaufifman. The John Howard Payne home- 
stead; the shrine of homes — "Home, sweet home." House beautiful, LIV 
(July) 17-19. [1499 

The birthplace of John Howard Payne, at Easthampton, Long Island. 

Krout, John A. The genesis and development of the early temperance move- 
ment in New York state. N. Y. state hist, assoc. jour., IV (Apr.) 78-98. 

[1500 

Lansing, Richard H. Music in Rochester from 1817 to 1909. Rochester 
hist. soc. pub. fund ser., II, 135-189. [1501 

little Falls historical pageant and Lift Lock celebration June 30th-July 1st, 
1916. Herkimer co. hist. soc. pap., V, 182-192. [1502 

McClumpha, Charles Flint. Fort Johnson and Guy Park. Pub. by the Mont- 
gomery county historical society. 14 p. [1503 
Sketch of Sir William Johnson and Guy Johnson and the homes in which they lived. 

Morey, William Carey. Reminiscences of "The Pundit club". Rochester 
HIST, soc pub. fund SER., II, 99-126. [1604 

A literary club formed in Rochester in 1854. 

New York (City) Mayor's committee on celebration of twenty-fifth anni- 
versary of the greater city of New York. Ofticial book of the silver jubilee 
of Greater New York, May twenty-sixth to June twenty-third, nineteen hun- 
dred and twenty-three. Under the auspices of Mayor's committee on cele- 
bration of the twenty-fifth anniversary of the greater city of New York. 
[N. Y. : M. B. Brown print, and bind, co.] 284 p. illus., ports, plans, tables, 
diagr. [1505 

Rodman Wanamaker, chairman. 

Niagara frontier society of New York. The Niagara frontier; data compiled 

and arranged for the Niagara frontier society of New York, and presented to 

the members of the society. Albany, N. Y. : Boyd print, co. v., 95 p. illu.-^., 

maps. [1506 

"Compilation . . . prepared by Miss K. Courtenay Johnston." 

©Id New York inventories of estates. N. Y. hist. soc. bul., VI (Jan.) 130-137. 

[1507 

Prints that part of the inventory of William Burrough taken in 1754, which lists the contents of each 
room; also a list of the 263 inventories from 1719 to 1800, presented to the New York historical society by 
Mr. James B. Wilbur. 

Palmer, Elizabeth Story. My memories of old New York. N. Y. : E. S. Gorham. 
[4], 44 p. [1508 

Patterson, Samuel White. Famous men and places in the historv of New York 
city. N. Y.: Noble and Noble, xi, 245 p. illus. (incl. ports.) [1509 



100 AMEKICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Patterson, Samuel White. A fourth grade history and geographical reader for 
the New York city public schools. N. Y. : Noble and Noble, xi, 3-245 p. 
nius. [1510 

History and geography of New York city. 

Russell, Samuel T. A brief history of the Remington centennial, held at Ilion, 
N. Y., on August 29th, 30th, and 31st, 1916. • Herkimer co. hist. soc. pap. 
V, 227-244. [1511 

Celebration of the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Remington industries at Ilion, N. Y. 

Seward, William F. William Bingham, founder of the city of Binghamton. 
Americana, XVII (Apr.) 128-144. [1512 

Sherman, N. Y. Some events in the history of Sherman. Published in connec- 
tion with the centennial celebration, August 24, 25, and 26, 1923. 116 p. 
illus., pi., port. [1513 

Smith, Edmund Banks. Governors Island, its military history under three flags, 
1637-1922. N. Y.: Valentine's manual. 243 p. illus., plates, ports., fac- 
sims. [1514 

The battle flags, paintings and memorials in the Chapel of Saint Cornelius the Centurion, Trinity 
parish. Governors Island, New York harbour; published by the Mary Washington colonial chapter of 
the city of New York, Daughters of the American revolution . . . January 9th, 1921: [4] p., between 
pages 174 and 175. 

Teall, E. H. A brief history of the town of Fairfield. Herkimer co. hist. soc. 
PAP., V, 134-138. [1515 

Volwiler, A. T. George Croghan and the development of central New York, 
1763-1800. N. Y. state hist, assoc. jour., IV (Jan.) 21-40. [1516 

A study of his land operations and Indian activities during this period. 

Wallace, W. H. Views and prints of old New York; a notice of some prints and 
sources of pictures and maps of old New York 1633-1878. Jour. Am. hist., 
XVII, no. 2, 149-168. [1517 

White, William Pierrepont. Mohawk Valley — the eastern gateway of the United 
States. Herkimer co. hist. soc. pap., V, 204-208. [1518 

White, William Pierrepont. New York state's opportunity to mark historic 
spots. Herkimer co. hist. soc. pap., V, 146-151. [1519 

Wolf, Horace J. A history of the Jews of Rochester. Rochester hist. soc. pub. 
FUND ser., II, 191-203. [1520 

North Carolina 

Ashe, Samuel A. A turning point in the life of the people of the state; the legis- 
lation of 1848. N. C. booklet, XXII, 12-31. [1521 

"A chapter from the forthcoming 2d Volume of Ashe's History of North Carolina." 

Clark, Walter. North Carolina in the World war. In the Proceedings of the 
twenty-fifth annual session of the North Carolina bar association . . . 1923. 
Ed. by H. M. London, secretary (of the Raleigh bar), p. 57-72. [1522 

Clark, Walter. North Carolina troops at Gettysburg. N. C. booklet, XXII, 
91-108. [1523 

Connor, R. D. W. Studies in the history of North Carolina ... a program for 
women's clubs. Chapel Hill, N. C. : The University of North Carolina press. 
42 p. ([University of North Carolina]. University extension division. 
University of North Carolina extension bulletin, [v. Ill, no. 3]) [1524 

Denny, R. E. North Carolina lawyers in the World war. In the Proceedings of 
the twenty-fifth annual session of the North Carolina bar association . . . 
1923. Ed. by H. M. London, secretary (of the Raleigh bar), p. 57-72. [1525 

Dillard, Richard. Historical reminiscences Centre Hill, Chowan county. N. C. 
booklet, XXII, 63-72. [1526 



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Haywood, Marshall Delancey. (Jraiid inasiorH S[)aight, Jerkins and (Jlark. 
N. C. BOOKLET, XXII, 53-02. [1527 

Sketches of Alonzo Thomtus Jerkins, ('harles C'authen ('lurk, and John Louis Taylor, past Grand 
masters of the Orand lod^e of North (Carolina. 
Address delivered at the sesqui-centennial of St. John's No. 3, New Hern, January 19, 1922. 
Cont.from V. XXI, 1922. 

Rodman, lida Tunstall. Uosidcncc of John Gray Blount, esq., built in 1778 — 
taken down— 1923, VVasliington, N. C. N. C. booklet, XXII, 40-52. (1528 

Smith, W. A. Old Carolina college. N. C. booklet, XXII, 73-82. (1529 

Carolina female college, at Ansonvillc, established in 1850. 

Winston, Robert Watson. North Carolina: A militant mediocracv. Nation, 
CXVI (Feb. 21) 209-212. (These United States— XXIII) ' (1530 

North Dakota 

Ames, F. W. The North Dakota bar of the pioneer days. Univ. of No. Dak. 
QUAR. JOUR., XIII (Apr.) 249-253. (1531 

De f^rste norske Settlementer i Nord Dakota. Norsk-Amehikaneren, no 6, 
243-246. ' (1532 

Grassick, James. The pioneer physician in North Dakota. Univ. of No. 
Dak. guAR. jour., XIII (Apr.) 239-248. (1533 

Greenwood, Grace. A sketch of David Montgomery Plolmes [b. 1851] No. 
Dak. hist. soc. ooll., V, 23-52. [1534 

Hall, Luella J. History of the formation of counties in North Dakota. No. 
Dak. hist. soc. coll., V, 167-250. (1535 

Holmes, David Montgomery. Diarv of D. M. Holmes. No. Dak. hist. soc. 
coll., V, 53-84. ' (1536 

The diary gives an account of the expedition of a party of fourteen men from Grand Forks to the gold 
fields of the Black Hills region in 1876. 

Kuhn, Bertha M. The W-bar ranch on the Missouri slope. No. Dak. hist. 
soc. COLL., V, 155-166. (1537 

The W-bar ranch, owned by Pierre Wibaux, was situated on land about equally divided in Montana 
and Dakota. 

Paterson, Robert George. North Dakota: A twentieth-centurv Valley Forge. 
Nation, CXVII (Aug. 8) 134-136. (These United States— XXXV) (1538 

Phillips, Charles H. Early religious activities. Univ. of No. Dak. quar. jour., 
XIII (Apr.) 300-314. (1539 

Scott, John W. The pioneer farmer. Univ. of No. Dak. quar. jour., XIII 
(Apr.) 289-299. [1540 

The writer's experiences as a pioneer farmer in the Red River valley in North Dakota. 

Shepperd, J. H. Tales of the earlv settlers. Univ. of No. Dak. quar. jour., 
XIII (Apr.) 268-282. " (1541 

Taylor, E. J. Pioneers in education in North Dakota. Univ. of No. Dak. 
quar. jour., XIII (July) 422-436. [1542 

Torgerson, Samuel. Earlv banking in North Dakota. Univ. of No. Dak. 
quar. jour., XIII (Apr.') 283-288. [1543 

Wemett, W. M. The storv of the Flickertail state. Vallev Citv, N. D.: W. M. 
Wemett. 315 p. illus', port. [1544 

"The more important events in the early history of North Dakota in a form simple enough for chil- 
dren." 

Winship, George B. Early politics and politicians of North Dakota. Univ. of 
No. Dak. quar. jour., XIII (Apr.) 254-267. [1545 



102 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Ohio 

Alexander, William Henry. A climatological history of Ohio. Illustrated with 

• cuts, maps, charts and figures. [Columbus, O. : The Engineering experiment 

station of the Ohio state university] 745 p. illus. (maps, ports.) tables. 

[Ohio state university, Columbus. Engineering experiment station. Bulletin 

no. 26] [1546 

The Ohio state university bulletin, v. XXVIII, no. 5, Nov. 10, 1923. 

Bartlett, Ruhl Jacob. The struggle for statehood in Ohio. Ohio arch^ol. and 
HIST. QUAR., XXXII (July) 472-505. [1547 

Cosier, Elsie Jane. Historical reminiscences of Hawker church. Davton, O, 
39 p. ' [1548 

Hawker Reformed church, Beaver Creek township, Greene co., Ohio. 

Drake, Daniel. Dr. Daniel Drake's Memoir of the Miami country, 1779-1794 
(an unfinished manuscript) edited by Beverley W. Bond, jr. Cincinnati: The 
Abingdon press, p. 39-117. (Ohio hist, and phil. soc. pub., v. XVIII, no. 2-3) 

[1549 

Presents an intimate interpretation of the foundation and early growth of the pioneer settlements of 
the Ohio country. 

Fort St. Clair; celebration of St. Clair day. Ohio arch^ol. and hist, quar., 
XXXII (July) 506-529. [1550 

Account of the celebration of St. Clair day, November 6, 1922, the 130th anniversary of the battle with 
the Indians near Fort St. Clair, held under the auspices of the Preble county historical society. 

Galbreath, C. B. The Logan elm and the Dunmore war. Ohio educ. mo., 
LXXII (Nov.) 292-295. [1551 

The Logan elm is the tree in Pickaway county, Ohio, under which James Logan, the Mingo chief» 
delivered his famous speech in 1774. 

Jones, Howard. Logan and the Logan elm. Ohio ARCHyEOL. and hist, quar., 
XXXII (Apr.) 315-327. [1552 

Killits, John M. ed. Toledo and Lucas county, Ohio, 1623-1923. Chicago and 
Toledo: S. J. Clarke pub. co. 3 v. plates, ports., maps, facsim. [1553 

Mendenhall, T. C. The town of Tallmadge — the Bacons and Shakespeare. 
Ohio arch^ol. and hist, quar., XXXII (Oct.) 590-612. [1554 

Ryan, Daniel J. Lincoln and Ohio. Foreword by Charles B. Galbreath, Co- 
lumbus, O.: Ohio state archaeological and historical society, v, 281 p. port., 
illus. [1555 
Reprinted from the "Quarterly", v. XXXII, no. 1, Jan. 1923. 

Waite, Frederick C. The derivation and significance of the term Western Re- 
serve. Western Reserve univ. bul., XXVI, no. 8 (Aug.) [1556 

Western Reserve historical society. Transactions. Cleveland, Ohio [The So- 
ciety] 85 p. ports., plan. (Its publication no. 105) [1557 

Contains the annual report for 1922-1923, etc. 

Oklahoma 

Dale, Edward Everett. The ranchman's last frontier. Miss. Valley hist, rev., 
X (June) 34-46. [1558 

a study of the ranch cattle industry in Oklahoma. 

Dale, Edward Everett. The spirit of Sooner land. Chron. Oklahoma, I 
(June) 167-178. [1558a 

The writer's object is "to show why Oklahoma society is different from that of any other state possess- 
ing, as it does, a certain intangible quality which for want of a better term may be called the 'Spirit of 
Sooner land'." 

Murphy, John. Reminiscences of the Washita campaign and of the Darlington 
Indian agency. Chron. Oklahoma, I (June) 259-278. [1558b 

Rascoe, Burton. Oklahoma: Low Jacks and the crooked game. Nation, CXVII 
(July 11) 34-37. (These United States— XXXIII) [1559 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY, 1923 103 

Oregon 

[For the "Oregon country" before 185H .see Regional history — general] 

Burnett, Peter H. Ixitter from Peter H. Hurnett, esq. Qui:, hist. see. qtak., 
XXIV (Mar.) 105-108. [1560 

Letter written from Falatln Plains, Oregon, Nov. 4, 1844, finscribing conditions thfro. 

Chapman, Charles H. Oregon: A .slighterl beaut v. Natio.v, CXVI fFeb. 7) 
141-143. (Those iMiitcd States— XXII) ' [1561 

Himes, George H. First newspapers of southern Oregon anrl their oflitors. 
Ohio, hi.st. soc. quau., XXIV (Mar.) 50-07. [1562 

Howard, Charles Abner. A history of high school legi.slation in Oregon to 1910. 
Ohio. hist. soc. quau., XXIV (Sept.) 201-237. [1563 

Lockley, Fred. Recollections of Benjamin Franklin lionnev. Okk. hist. soc. 
QUAR., XXIV (Mar.) 36-55. ' [1564 

Bonjiimin Franklin Honnoy's recollections of emigration to Oregon in 1845 and pioneer conditions 
there, as taken down by Mr. Lockley. 

lockley, Fred. Reminiscences of James E. R. Harrell. Ore. hlst. soc. quar., 
XXIV (June) 186-192. [1565 

An Oregon pioneer's reminiscences of his trip across the plains and of the early history of Clatsop 
county, as taken down by Mr. Lockley. 

Oregon. Department of education. History of Oregon; a teachers' outline for 
use in the eighth grade. Issued by J. A. Churchill, superintendent of j)ublic 
instruction. [Salem] 47 p. [1566 

Pennsylvania 

Bambrick, W. C. Scotland village. Chambersburg, Pa. [Kittochtinny historical 
society] 9 p. (Kittochtinny hist. soc. pap., v. X, no. 2) [1567 

Minutes of the December meeting: p. 8-9. 

Beck, Herbert H. Historical sketch of rural field sports in Lancaster county. 
Lancaster co. hist. soc. pap., XXVII, no. 9 (Nov.) 149-160. [1568 

Block, Marguerite. The pageant of Reading; to commemorate the 175th anni- 
versary of the founding of the cit}^ of Reading. Produced under the auspices 
of the 175th anniversarj^ committee, October first, second, third, 1923. 
Reading, Pa. 40 p. [1569 

Boughter, I. F. Western Pennsvlvania and the Morrill tariff. Western Pa. 
HIST. MAG., VI (Apr.) 106-133.' [1570 

Brecht, Samuel Kriebel, ed. The genealogical record of the Schwenkfelder 
families, seekers of religious liberty who fled from Silesia to Saxony and thence 
to Pennsjdvania in the years 1731-1737. N. Y. and Chicago: Printed for the 
Board of publication of the Schwenkfelder church, Pennsburg, Pennsylvania 
[by] Rand, McNally and co. xx, 1752 p. illus. (coat of arms) plates, ports., 
maps, facsims. [1571 

A revision of the " Genealogical record of the descendants of the Schwenkfelders," by Reuben Kriebel, 
printed in 1879. 

Brower, Edith. Little old Wilkes-Barre as I knew it. Wy. hist, and geol. soc. 
PROc, XVIII, 1-58. [1572 

CroU, Philip C. Annals of Womelsdorf, Pa., and community, 1723-1923; his- 
tory's yard-stick for two hundred years. [Womelsdorf, Pa.: The author] 
150 p. illus., plate, port., map. [1573 

Reprint of articles which originally appeared in the Reading Eagle from September, 1922, to February , 
1923. 

Borland, W. A. Newman. The second troop Philadelphia citv cavalrv. Pa. 

MAG. HIST., XLVII (Jan.-Oct.) 67-79, 147-177, 262-276, 357-375. " [1574 

Records of the years 1794-1798. 
Cont. from v. XLVI, 1922. 



104 AMEKICAN HISTOKICAL ASSOCIATION 

Eshleman, H. Frank. Early Lancaster county history in the provincial records 
and archives. Lancaster co. hist. soc. pap., XXVII, no. 2 (Feb.) 19- 
35. [1575 

Eshleman, H. Frank, comp. A running story of Lancaster county. (From 
Hazard's register — 1613 to 1835). Lancaster co. hist. soc. pap., XXVII, 
no. 3 (Mar.) 39-71. [1576 

Ford, Harry Pringle. The passing of an old church. Presbyterian hist. soc. 
JOUR., XI, no. 7 (Apr.) 301-302. [1577 

The Old West Green street Presbyterian church, Philadelphia. 

Fulton, Eleanor J. Some unknown early pioneer notables of Lancaster county. 
Lancaster co. hist. soc. pap., XXVII, no. 1, (Jan.) 3-12. [1578 

Garland, Robert. The Scotch-Irish in western Pennsylvania. Pittsburgh: 
Carnegie library. 32 p. [1579 

An address delivered before the Historical society of western Pennsylvania, January 30, 1923. 
Also published in the Western Pennsylvania historical magazine, v. VI, April 1923. 

Godcharles, F. A. The second Pennamite- Yankee war. Wy. commem. assoc. 
PROc, 145th anniv., 5-15. [1580 

Harvey, Oscar J. Wilkes-Barre's earliest newspapers. Wy. hist, and geol. 
soc. PROC, XVIII, 59-98. [1581 

Hayes, J. Carroll. The Delaware curve; the story of the Pennsylvania-Delaware 
circular boundary. [West Chester? Pa.] 21 p. illus. (maps). [1582 

Reprinted from the Pennsylvania magazine of history, v. XL VII, July 1923. 

Hayward, W. J. Early western Pennsylvania agriculture. Western Pa. hist. 
MAG., VI (July) 177-189. [1583 

This study is limited to the period prior to 1800. 

Higbee, William F. Diary of Wm. F. Higbee of a trip made to western Penn- 
sylvania in 1816-7. Contributed by Wm. H. Woodwell. Pa. mag. hist., 
XLVII (Jan.) 80-84. [1584 

Hostetter, Albert K. The Survivors' club. Lancaster co. hist. soc. pap., 
XXVII, no. 8 (Oct.) 133-142. [1585 

A Lancaster club, organized in 1867. 

Hunsicker, Clifton S. Montgomery county, Pennsylvania; a history, by Clifton 
S. Hunsicker . . . with the co-operation of the Historical society of Mont- 
gomery county. N. Y. and Chicago: Lewis hist. pub. co. 3 v. plates, ports. 

[1585a 

Jackson, Joseph. Early Philadelphia architects and engineers. Phila. xii, 

285 p. illus., plates, ports. [1586 

"Originally designed for a trade publication, Building . . . the different chapters were reprinted in 

a small number of copies . . . and of these only twenty-five complete sets of parts have been bound up 

in book form." 

James, Alfred P. The first convention of the American federation of labor, 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, November 15th-18th, 1881. Western Pa. hist. 
MAG., VI (Oct.) 201-233. [1587 

Jordan, John W., comp. Extracts from Moravian diaries at Bethlehem (relating 
to early events in Lancaster, Pennsylvania), Lancaster co. hist. soc. 
PAP., XXVII, no. 5 (May) 91-95. [1588 

Jordan, John W., comp. Items from letters (relating to early events in Lancaster, 
Pa.) Lancaster co. hist. soc. pap., XXVII, no. 5 (May) 96-97. [1589 

Kauffman, Reginald Wright. Pennsylvania: Still a keystone. Nation, CXVI 
(Mar. 7) 264-266. (These United States— XXIV). [1590 

Kemper, Charles E., and H. Frank Eshleman. Revolutionary pensioners living 
in Lancaster county, Pennsylvania, in 1840. Lancaster co. hist. soc. pap., 
XXVII, no. 5 (May) 98-101. [1591 

Kovar, Don E. The attitude of the Pittsburgh newspapers toward the Kansas- 
Nebraska bill. Western Pa. hist, mag., VI (Jan.) 39-49. [1592 

Kriebel, H. W. A brief history of Montgomery county, Pennsylvania, with an 
accompanying map; prepared under the supervision of the School directors' 
association for the use of schools. Norristown [Pa.] The School directors' 
association. 216 p. illus., map. [1593 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY, 1923 105 

large, Mrs. James. The Wistar house and its neighbors. 10 p. [1593a 

An address delivered at a special meetiuK of The Qenealogical society of Pennsylvaniu held at the 
Wistar house, Ai)r. IL', 1'J23, and printed by the Associate comruitleo of women of the (ieuealogical 
society. 

lippincott, Horace Mather. An account of the people callofl Quakers, in Ger- 
niantowu, l^hihulclphia. Jiurlington, N. J.: Printed bv Enterprise puf). 
CO. 43 p. plates. ' [1694 

Magee, D. F. The old wooden covered bridges of the Octoraro. La.\c.\stku 
CO. HIST. .soc. i>Ai>., XX VII no. 7 (Sept.) 121-128. (1595 

Magee, D. F. The Peach Bott(Mn railway c<jnipanv. Lancaster co. just. 
S(KJ. PAP., XXVII, no. 4 (Apr.) 75-88. ' " [1596 

The Lanca.stcr, Oxford and southern railway, under the name of the Peach Bottom railroad, was 
opened to traflic on Oct. 4, 1873. 

Martin, Asa Earl. Lotteries in Pcnnsvlvauia prior to 1833. Pa. .mag. hist., 
XL VII (Oct.) 307-327. ' [1597 

Martin, C. H. Federal revenues of Lancaster county, Pa., from about 1850 to 
date. La.\casteu co. hist. soc. pap., XXVII, no, (June) 107-116. [1598 

Nevin, John. Two letters on early transportation in Penn-sylvania. Westek.v 
Pa. hist, mag., VI (July) 147-150. [1599 

Two letters written by John Nevin, from Shippensburg, Mar. 4 and Mar. 5, 1825. 

Norris, James M. The Monongahela river. We.ster.v Pa. hist, mag., VI 
(July) 135-140. (1600 

O'Brien, Michael J. Shipping statistics of the Philadelphia custom house, 1733 
to 1774, refute the Scotch-Irish theory. Am. Irish hist. soc. jour., XXII, 
132-141. [1601 

Oliver, John W. Historical society of western Pennsylvania joins in Foster 

celebration. Western Pa. hist, mag., VI (Oct.) 197-200. [1601a 

Memorial celebration on the 100th anniversary of the l)irth of Stephen Collins Foster, July 4, 1923. 

Pennsylvania. State library. A brief description of the capitol at Harrisburg, 
Pennsylvania, with an outline of the state government. Prepared by George 
P. Donehoo, state librarian, at the request of Governor Gififord Pinchot. 
1923. A. Nevin Detrich, director of pubhcations. [Harrisburg?] 34 p. 
front., fold, diagr. [1602 

Presentation of the bust of William Pitt to the citv of Pittsburgh. Western 
Pa. hist, mag., VI (Jan.) 1-8. ' [1603 

An account of the ceremonies at the presentation to the city of Pittsburgh by Sir Charles Wakefield, 
of a bust of William Pitt, Karl of Chatham. 
Also published in Americana, XVII (Apr.) 153-159. 

Prowell, George R. Rival ferries over the Susquehanna in 1787 — Wright's and 
Anderson's. Lancaster co. hist. soc. pap., XXVII, no. 8 (Oct.) 143-144. 

[1604 

Eosenberger, Jesse Leonard. The Pennsylvania Germans; a sketch of their his- 
tory and life, of the Mennonites, and of side lights from the Rosenberger family. 
Chicago, 111.: The Universitv of Chicago press, x, 173 p. port., plates. 

[1605 
Rev. in: Am. hist rev., XXIX (July 1924) 804. 

Shelton, F. H. Springs and spas of old-time Philadelphians. Pa. mag. hist., 
XLVII (July) 196-237. [1606 

Smith, Edgar Fahs. Earlv scientists of Philadelphia. Pa. mag. hist., XLVII 
(Jan.) 1-27. ' [1607 

Stark, S. Judson, comp. The records of the probate coujrt of Westmoreland in 
the countv of Litchfield,- in the colony of Connecticut, liber a, from Januarv 
6, 1777, to June 16, 1783. Wy. hist, and geol. soc. proc, XVIII, 139-247. 

[1608 

Includes an alphabetical index of all the names mentioned therein. 

54381—26 9 



106 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

The Tulpehocken bi-centennial commemorated in a four-day celebration at 
Womelsdorf, Pa., June 28th, 29th, 30th and July 1st, 1923; being a series of 
historical sketches covering two hundred years, 1723-1923 . . . edited by the 
chairman of the celebrating committee. [Womelsdorf: Executive committee] 
212 p. ports., illus. [1609 

Vaira, Louis. Some aspects of Pittsburgh's industrial contributions to the Civil 
war. Western Pa. hist, mag., VI (Jan.) 9-20. [1610 

Walters, Raymond. The Bethlehem Bach choir; a history and a critical com- 
pendium. Silver anniversary edition. Boston and N. Y. : Houghton Mifflin 
CO. xviii, 343 p. plates, ports. [1611 

Walters, Raymond. Bethlehem long ago and to-day. Bethlehem, Pa.: Carey 
print. CO. 151, [8] p. plates, ports. [1612 

White, William P. Presbyterian churches of Germantown, Mt. Airy and Chest- 
nut Hill. Presbyterian hist. soc. jour., XI, no. 7 (Apr.) 273-300. [1613 

Williams, E. Melvin. The Scotch-Irish in Pennsylvania. Americana, XVII 
(Oct.) 374-387. [1614 

Wolstoncraft, Joseph B. Western Pennsylvania and the election of 1860. 
Western Pa. hist, mag., VI (Jan.) 25-38. [1615 

Worner, William Frederic. David Crockett in Lancaster. Lancaster co. hist. 
soc. PAP., XXVII, no. 10 (Dec.) 176-177. [1616 

Worner, William Frederic. General Sam Houston in Lancaster.' Lancaster 
CO. HIST. soc. PAP., XXVII, no. 10 (Dec.) 178-179. [1617 

Worner, William Frederic. Jerome Bonaparte in Lancaster. Lancaster co. 
HIST. SOC. PAP., XXVII, no. 7 (Sept.) 127-128. [1618 

Worner, William Frederic. Joseph Bonaparte the ex-king of Spain in Lancaster. 
Lancaster co. hist. soc. pap., XXVII, no. 9 (Nov.) 161-163. [1619 

Worner, William Frederic. Visit of Zachary Taylor to Lancaster: observance of 
his death. Lancaster co. hist. soc. pap., XXVII, no. 10 (Dec.) 171-175. 

[1620 

Worner, William Frederic. William Henry Harrison in Lancaster: observance 
of his death. Lancaster co. hist. soc. pap., XXVII, no. 10 (Dec.) 167-170. 

[1621 

Rhode Island 

Adams, James Truslow. Rhode Island's part in making America. An address 
delivered at Rhode Island college of education. [Providence] State of Rhode 
Island public education service. 12 p. [Rhode Island. Dept. of public 
instruction. Rhode Island education circulars] [1622 

Baker, Darius. The Newport Banisters; a paper read before the societv, Novem- 
ber 20, 1922. Newport hist. soc. bul., XLIII, 1-20. [1623 

Barnes, Harry Lee. The Wallum Pond estates. R. I. hist. soc. coll., XVI 
(Jan.) 21-32. [1624 

Concluded from the October, 1922, number of the "Collections." 

Wallum (or Allum) Pond is situated partly in Douglas, Mass., and partly in Burrillville, R. I. 

Burlingame, Henry Allen. The "Othniel Gorton tavern", an error. R. I. 
hist. soc. COLL., XVI (Oct.) 120-123. [1625 

Corrects an error discovered in Field's "History of Rhode Island", v. Ill, p. 586, in regard to the 
Othniel Gorton tavern at Cranston. 

McCanna, Francis I. Study of the history and jurisdiction of Rhode Island 
courts. Am. Irish hist. soc. jour., XXII, 170-195. [1626 

Morris, Anna Wharton. The romance of the two Hannahs; a paper read before 
the society, August 20, 1923. Newport hist. soc. bul., XLVI, 1-33. [1627 

Relates to Mrs. Hannah (Redwood) Wharton (1759-1796) and Mrs. Hannah (Rodman) Fisher (1764- 
1819). 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY, 1923 107 

Nicholson, Paul C. The Block Island "doiibh; iuuU\r'\ R. I. hikt. sof. coll., 
XVI (Oct.) 97-103. (1628 

Notes rcKarding a type of nsliint? ho;it userl by the fisherman of nUxik Isliin'l in former days. 

Powel, Mary E. Prcsidontial visits to Newport; a paper rear! before the society, 
May 29, 1923. Newpokt hlst. soc. kul., XLV, 10 31. (1629 

Rhode Island in 1784. (Contributed bv Paul C. Nicholson). K. I. ulst. soc. 
COLL., XVI (Jan.) 18-20. ' [1630 

Extract from FonnioK and Collyer's "A new system of KcoRr!ii)hy" (Ivonrlon, 1784). 

Robertnier, L. J. B. S. Rhode Island in 1780. R. I. hlst. hoc. coll., XVI 
(July) 65-78. (1631 

Extracts from the manascript journal of Louis Jean Fiaptists Sylvestrc de Robertnier (or Hobernier), 
lieutenant in the Soissonnais regiment in llochamboau's army. 

South Carolina 

Bacot, D. Huger. The South Carolina up country at the end of the eighteenth 
century. Am. hlst. uev., XXVIII (July) 682-698. (1632 

Bacot, T. W. Address of President T. W. Bacot at the thirty-eighth anniversary 
meeting of the Huguenot society of South Carolina on the 13th dav of April, 
1923. Hug. soc. S. C. TRANS., XXVIII, 1.5-26. ' (1633 

Concerned with the ac'iuisition and marking of sites of ohl and now extinct French Protestant or 
Huguenot church buildings in South Carohna. 

Boddie, William Willis. History of Williamsburg; something about the people 
of Williamsburg county, South Carolina, from tiie first settlement bv Europeans 
about 1705 until 1923. Columbia, S. C: The State co. viii, 611 p. ports., 
maps, plans. (1634 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (July 1924) 803. 

Himeli, Barthelemi H. A pastor for the parish of St. Peter, Purysburg, S. C; 
letters from Reverend Barthelemi H. Himeli, pastor of the Huguenot church 
in Charleston, S. C. (1759-1772 and 1785-1789) to Deacon Imer of Xeuve- 
ville, Switzerland. Hug. soc. S. C. tr.\ns., XXVIII, 37-44. (1635 

Laurens, Henry. Letters from Henrv Laurens to William Bell of Philadelphia. 
Notes by the editor [Mabel L. Webber] S. C. hist, mag., XXIV (Jan., Julv) 
2-16, 53-68. (1636 

Letters of the years 1785 and 1792. 

Mechlin, Leila. A glimpse of old Charleston and the ncarbv rice plantations. 
Am. mag. art, XIV (Sept.) 475-485. ' [1637 

Merritt, Elizabeth. James Henry Hammond, 1807-1864. Baltimore: The 
Johns Hopkins press. 151 p. (Johns Hopkins univ. stud. Ser. XLI, no. 4) 

[1638 

Published also as thesis (ph. d.) Johns Hopkins university, 1921. 

Sketch of one who was an active participant in the political life of South Carolina from 1828 to 18(30. 
"The study here presented is an attempt to show that there was in South Carolina a distinct body of 
public opinion, . . . which from nullification in 1832 to secession in 1860 was working for a united 
South, for a southern nation." 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Apr. 1924) 611-612. 

Smith, D. E. Huger. Nisbett of Dean and Dean Hall. S. C. hist, mag., XXIV 
(Jan.) 17-29. [1639 

An account of Alexander Nisbett of Dean Hall in South Carolina. 

Wauchope, George Armstrong. Literary South Carolina; a short account of the 
progress of literature and the principal writers and books from 1700 to 1923. 
[Columbia, S. C] 160 p. (Univ. of S. C. bul., no. 133, December 1, 1923) 

[1640 

Willet, N. L. Beaufort county. South Carolina, its shrines and early history. 
Presented with the compliments of N. L. Willet, Augusta, Ga. [Beaufort, 
S. C: Press of Beaufort gazette] 30 p. [1641 



108 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

South Dakota 

Carruth, Hayden. South Dakota: State without end. Nation, CXVI (Jan. 24) 
87-90. (These United States— XXI) [1642 

Tallent, Annie D. The first white woman in the Black Hills, as told by herself, 

Mrs. Annie D. Tallent; collect and edited by O. W. Coursey. Mitchell, S. D.: 

Educator supply CO. 181 p. illus. (inch ports.). [1643 

Taken from a volume entitled, "The Black Hills; or, Last hunting grounds of the Dakotahs", written 

by Mrs. Annie D. Tallent and published in 1899. cf. Foreword. 

Tennessee 

Cook, Thomas H. Old Fort Loudon, the first English settlement in what is now 
the state of Tennessee, and the Fort Loudon massacre. Tenn. hist, mag., 
VII, no. 2 (July 1921) [issued August 1923] 111-133. [1644 

Foster, Austin ?. Counties of Tennessee. [Nashville] Department of education, 
Division of history, state of Tennessee. 124 p. [1645 

Holt, Albert C. The economic and social beginnings of Tennessee. Tenn. 
HIST. MAG., VII, no. 3 (Oct. 1921) [issued Aug. 1923] 194-230. [1646 

Moore, John Trotwood, and Austin P. Foster. Tennessee, the volunteer state, 
1769-1923. V. I. Chicago and NashviUe: S. J. Clarke pub. co. ix, 7-982 p. 
plates, ports., maps. [1646a 

Parham, W. E. Old Blount countv papers. Tenn. hist, mag., VII, no. 2 (July 
1921) [issued May 1923] 92-95. " [1647 

Polk, George W. St. John's church, Maury county, Tenn. Tenn. hist, mag., 
VII, no. 3 (Oct. 1921) [issued Aug. 1923] 147-153. [1648 

A sketch of the historic St. John's Episcopal church, near Columbia, Tenn. 

Williams, Samuel Cole. History of the Courts of chancery of Tennessee. Knox- 
ville, Tenn.: Knoxville lithographing co. 19 p. [1649 

Reprinted from the Tennessee law review, v. II, p. 6-23. 

Williams, Samuel Cole. V/illiam Tatham, Wataugan. [Nashville, Tenn.: 
The author?] 26 p. [1650 

Reprinted from the. Tennessee historical magazine, VII, no. 2, July 1921 (issued in May 1923). 
A sketch of an early founder of Tennessee, William Tatham (1752-1819) clerk of the "Watauga associa- 
tion. 

Young, J. ?. Plappenings in the White Haven community, Shelby county, 
Tennessee, iiftv or more years ago. Tenn. hist, mag., VII, no. 2 (July 192i) 
[issued May 1923] 96-103. [1651 

Texas 

Barker, Eugene C. Notes on the colonization of Texas. Southw. hist, quar., 
XXVII (Oct.) 103-119. [1652 

Also published in the Mississippi Valley historical review, v X, Sept. 1923. 

"The colonization of Texas was but the continuation of the westward movement which in fifty years 
carried the Anglo-American from the crest of the Alleghenies across the Mississippi." 

Binkley, William Campbell. New Mexico and the Texan Santa Fe expedition. 
Southw. hist, quar., XXVII (Oct.) 85-107. [1653 

Bourland, Hal. Plantation life in Texas. Confed. vet., XXXI (June) 222-223. 

[1654 

Concerned with the life of Stephen F. Austin and his family on their plantation during the days 
of the Republic of Texas and in the prewar days of the sixties. 

Day, W. C. History of the San Jacinto campaign, compiled and published by 
W. C. Day. Lynchburg, Tex. 36 p. port., maps. [1655 

Edwards, George Clifton. Texas* The big southwestern specimen. Nation, 
CXVI (Mar. 21; 334-337. (These United States— XXV) [1656 



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Erath, George Bernard. Memoirs of Major George licriiard Erath [1813-1801] 
dictated to and arranged by Lucy A. Erath, Austin: Texas state histf^rir-al 
association. [4], lO.'i p. (1657-8 

Reminiscences of his pioneer life in Texas nnd encounters with the Indians. 

Reprinted from the Southwestern historical quarterly, v. XXVI, '2(f7-Zi:i, 2.'..V280; v. XXVII, 27-ol, 
140-163. 

Muckleroy, Anna. Indian policy of tiie re[MibHc of Texas. Southw. hi.st. 
QUAK.. XXVI (Jan.) 184-200. (1659 

Cont. from v. XXVI, no. 2, Oct. 1922. 

Shelby, Charmion Clair. St. Dein's's declaration concerning Texas in 1717. 
Southw. hist, quak., XXVI (Jan.) 105-183. (1660 

Webb, Water Prescott. Cyaldwcll prize in local historv. Texas mist, teack. 

BUL., XI, no. 1 (Apr. 15) 5-15. ' [1661 

In order to stimulate an interest in local history, Mr. CM. Caldwell of Abilene ha.s contributed the 

sum of $100.00 to be K'iven in prizes for the best essays in local history submitted by high-school students, 

the contest to be conducted by the editorial stafT of "The History teachers' bulletin". 

White, Owen. Out of the desert; the historical romance of El Paso. El Paso, 
Tex.: The McMath co. [12], 442 p. illus. (inch ports.) plates. (1662 

Woldert, Albert. The last of the Cherokees in Texas, and the life and death 
of Chief Bowles. Chron. Oklahoma, I (June) 170-220. [1662a 

Utah 

The diamond jubilee of the coming of the Utah pioneers, July 22-23-24 — 1022, 
Salt Lake City, Utah. Published by the committees. [Salt Lake City: The 
Deseret news press] [40] p. illus., ports. [1663 

Young, Levi. The founding of Utah. N. Y., Chicago [etc.] Scribner. xv, 445 p. 
illus. (ind. ports., maps, facsims.) [1664 

Vermont 

Temple, Edward lowe. Old Rutland; side lights on her honorable and notable 
story during one hundred and sixtv years, a. d. 1701-a. d. 1022, [Rutland, 
Vt.: A. J. Novak print, co.] 53 p.' 'illus. [1665 

Wells, Frederic Palmer, ed. History of Barnet, Vermont, from the outbreak of 
the French and Indian war to present time; with genealogical records of many 
families. Burlington, Vt.: Free press print, co. xiv, 080 p. plates, ports., 
maps. [1666 

Virginia 

Brown, W. H. The education and economic development of the negro in Virginia. 
[Charlottesville, Va. : Surber-Arundale co., 1023?] 150 p. maps, diagrs. 
(Univ. of Va. pub. Phelps-Stokes fellowship papers, no. 6) [1667 

Gates, Alice Smith. Rosewell, the ancestral home of the Pages of Virginia. 
D. A. R. MAG., LVII (Aug.) 451-450. [1668 

Chappelear, Curtis. Notes on the town of Marshall and vicinage. Fauquier 
HIST. soc. BUL., no. 3, 303-313. [1669 

Dorst, James A. Ft. Huraphrevs and historical Belvoir. Mil. engineer, XV 
(July) 332-337. ^ [1670 

Earle, Swepson. The Chesapeake Bay country. Baltimore, Md.: Thomsen- 
Ellis CO. 510 p. plates, ports., map (facsim.) col. fold. map. [1671 

Flournoy, Mrs. William Cabell. Arlington. Confed. vet.. XXXI (Apr.) 134- 
130. [1672 

Gordon, Armistead C. Men and events; chapters of Virginia historv. Staunton, 
Va.: The McClure co., inc. [10], 158, [10] p. " [1673 



110 AMEEICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Gordon, Armistead C, ed. Virginian writers of fugitive verse. N. Y.: J. T. 
White and co. xv, 404 p. [1674 

Groome, H. C. The parishes and their history. Fauquier hist. soc. bul., no. 3, 
246-271. [1675 

Sketches the history of the parishes of Fauquier county during the colonial period and later. 

Jackson, Eugene B. The romance of historic Alexandria. Alexandria, Va.: 
Harry W. Wade. 74 p. [1676 

James River garden club, Richmond. Historic gardens of Virginia, compiled by 
the James River garden club, edited by Edith Tunis Sale. Richmond, Va. : 
The William Byrd press. 355 p. plates (part col.), plans. [1677 

Kemper, Charles E. Rockingham and Augusta counties. Wm. and Mary 
QUAR., 2d ser.. Ill (Oct.) 240-245. [1678 

Marriage records, lists of Revolutionary pensioners, etc. 

Kemper, Charles E. Valley of Virginia notes. Va. mag. hist., XXXI (July) 
245-252. [1679 

Court and land records regarding early settlers of the Valley of Virginia, chiefly from the records of 
Augusta county. 

Kempton, Christine Hudson. Old mansions in the environs of Washington; 
Maryland and Virginia are rich in examples of Georgian architecture. House 
BEAUTIFUL, LIV (Oct.) 364-365. [1680 

Kennedy, Mrs. S. D. ^'Stratford," Vv^estmoreland countv, Virginia. Jour. Am. 
HIST., XVII, no. 4, 333-336. ^ [1681 

The home of the Lee family. 

McGroarty, W. B. Additions to western explorations in Virginia. Va. mag. hist., 
XXXI (July) 232-236. , [1682 

Supplementary notes to an article by Mr. Fairfax Harrison in the October, 1922, number of the 
Virginia historical magazine, on "Western explorations in Virginia between Lederer and Spotswood." 

Morton, Oren F. A centennial history of Alleghany county, Virginia. Daj^ton, 
Va.: J. K. Ruebush co. [6], 226, [6] p. map. [1683 

Soldiers of 1861 and earlier wars: p. 155-172. Alleghany soldiers in the World war: p. 173-192. 

Murphy, Pleasants. Pleasants Murphy's ''journal and day book." Wm. and 
Mary quar., 2d ser., Ill (Oct.) 231-238. [1684 

Contributed, with introductory note, by Edmund C. Burnett. 

The transcript here given covers the period from Dec. 17, 1814, to Jan. 11, 1815, and includes his mili- 
tary service in Virginia during this period of the war. 

Newport News, Va. Trinity evangelical Lutheran church. History of Trinity 
evangelical Lutheran church of Newport News, Virginia, prepared in celebra- 
tion of the twenty-fifth anniversary held November 28th to December 2nd, 
1923. Newport News, Va. : The Church cabinet by order of the council. 
90 p. plate, ports. [1685 

Petition of merchants of Alexandria, 1792. Wm. and Mary quar., 2d ser.. Ill 
(July) 206-208. [1686 

Petition to the General assembly of Virginia for the establishment of a bank at Alexandria. 

Randolph, Richard. Letter from Richard Randolph to Hugh Blair Grigsby, 
Feb. 12, 1856. Wm. and Mary quar., 2d ser.. Ill (July) 155-156. [1687 

In regard to the writer's ancestor, William Randolph, of Turkey Island. 

The Rappahannock company. (Published by permission from the ms. of "Land- 
marks of Old Prince William.") Fauquier hist. soc. bul., no. 3, 272-275. 

[1688 

a company organzied in 1828 for opening, improving and extending the inland navigation of the 
Rappahannock river. 

Robins, Sally Nelson. The oldest house in Richmond, Virginia, now called the 
Edgar Allan Poe shrine. House beautiful, LIV (Nov.) 488, 544. [1689 

Smith, Charles Jeflfery. Plan for an academy at Providence, in New Kent. 
Wm. and Mary quar., 2d ser.. Ill (Jan.) 52-57. [1690 

From Rind's Virginia Gazette, March 1, 1770. 



1023 111 

Smith, E. Ehrlich. Our Virginia; a description of Virginia for young iMM)i)le. 
Richmond, Va.: States publishing CO. [6], 122 p. illus. (1691 

Some references to Virginia in the Massachusetts liaptist missionary magazine 
(vols. 3 and 4, March, 1811, to Dec, 1810). W.m. and Maky qlak., 2d scr. 
Ill (Jan.) G5-G8. (1692 

Somerset academy; extract from a letter of a gentleman, on his travels, to a 

friend in Williamsburg. Wm. and Mary (iUAit., 2d ser.. Ill (Jan.) 

69-71. (1693 
From Rind's Virginia Gazette, Feb. 23. 1769. 

Spooner, John Jones. A topographical description of the county of Prince 
George, in Virginia, 1793. Tyler's quAU. hist, and oeneal. mao., V (Julv; 
1-11. (1693a 

Stanard, Mary Newton. Richmond, its people and its story. Phila. and London: 
Lippincott. -xix, 238 p. plates, ports., map, facsim. (1694 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Apr. 1924) (312-013. 

[Stanard, William G., ed.] Kcnnon letters. Va. mag. hist., XXXI (Julv-Oct.) 

185-206, 296-313. (1695 

Letters written by Mrs. Elizabeth Beverley Kennon and her daughter .Ssilly Skipwith Kennon 

(afterwards wife of Commodore Arthur Sinclair) to members of the Mordecai family at Warrcnton, 

N. C, 1807-1809. 

Tyler, Lyon G. The Huguenots of Virginia. Hug. soc. S. C. trans., XXVIII, 
27-36. [1696 

Virginia. State library. Inde.x to obituary notices in the Richmoufl en(|uirer 
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"Originally prepared ... in 1904 under the direction of Mr. John P. Kennedy, at that time librar- 
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Virginians." 

Preface signed: H. R. Mcllwaine. 

York county, Va. A York county petition of the latter part of the eighteenth 
century. Wm. and Mary quar., 2d ser.. Ill (Apr.) 113-114. [1697 

"This petition is of interest as showing the names of leading citizens of the county." It is not dated, 
but was probably presented to the General assembly soon after 1784. 

Washington 

[For the "Oregon country" before 1853 see Regional history — general] 

Baker, W. W. The building of the Walla Walla & Columbia river railroad. 
Wash. hist, quar., XIV (Jan.) 3-13. [1698 

Bemis, Samuel Flagg. Captain John MuUan and the engineers' frontier. Wash. 
HIST. QUAR., XIV (July) 201-205. [1699 

Account of the survey and construction of the military road from Walla Walla to Fort Benton by 
army engineers under Lieut. John Mullan, from 1853 to 1862. 

Conover, C. T, Mirrors of Seattle. Seattle: Lowman and Hanford co. 277 p. 

[1700 

Sketches of men and women who have built Seattle and helped to build the Pacific Northwest. 

Coon, Delia M. Klickitat countv: Indians of and settlement bv whites. Wash. 
HIST. QUAR., XIV (Oct.) 248-261. ' [1701 

Elliott, Barbara Coit. Cape Disappointment in historv. Wash. hist, quar., 
XIV (Oct.) 262-268. ' [1702 

Elliott, T. C. The Mullan road: its local historv and significance. Wash. hist. 
QUAR., XIV (July) 206-209. ' [1703 

Farrar, Victor J., ed. The Nizquallv journal. Wash. hist, quar., XIV (Apr.- 
Oct.) 145-148, 223-234, 299-306. ' [1704 

Cont. from v. XIII, 1922. 

Journal kept by the superintendent of the Puget Sound agricultural company, a subsidiary of the 
Hudson's Bay company, at Fort Nizqually. This installment covers the period from Nov. II, 1851 
to Mar. 9, 1852. 



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Gilman, L. C. The Spokane, Portland and Seattle railroad company. Wash. 
HIST. QUAR., XIV (Jan.) 14-20. [1705 

Hanford, C. H. The Orphan railroad and the Ram's Horn right of way. Wash. 
HIST. QUAR., XIV (Apr.) 83-99. [1706 

Meany, Edmond S. Newspapers of Washington Territory. Wash. hist, quae., 
XIV (Jan.-Oct.) 21-29, 100-107, 186-200, 269-290. [1707 

Cont. from v. XIII, 1922. 

Bibliographic list, with extensive notes, of the pioneer newspapers of Washington. 

Meany, Edmond S. Origin of Washington geographic names. Seattle: Uni- 
versity of Washington press, ix, 357 p. [1708 

First published serially in the Washington historical quarterly, v. VIII-XIV, 1917-192.3. 
Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Apr. 1924) 614-615. 

Smith, Charles W. Notes on the life and historical service of Thomas W. Prosch. 
Wash. hist, quar., XIV (Jan.) 30-36. [1709 

Thompson, Albert J. Memories of White Salmon and its pioneers. Wash, 
hist. QUAR., XIV (Apr.) 108-126. [1710 

Whitaker, Robert. Washington: The dawn of a tomorrow. Nation, CXVII 
(Dec. 19) 707-710. (These United States— XLIII) [1711 

West Virginia 

Callahan, James Morton. History of West Virginia, old and new, in one volume 
by James Morton Callahan . . . and West Virginia biography, in two addi- 
tional volumes by special editorial staff of the publishers. Chicago and N. Y. : 
The American historical society. 3v. illus. (inch maps) plates, ports. 

[1712-S 

Wisconsin 

Allen, Margaret Loring (Andrews) ''Mrs. William F. Allen." A Polish pioneer's 
story. [Menasha, Wis.] 15 p. port. [Wisconsin. State historical society. 
Separate, no. 231] [1714 

Reprinted from the Wisconsin magazine of history, v. VI (June) 373-385. 
The story of Vincent Dziewanowski who emigrated to Wisconsin in 1836. 

Bauchle, May L. Leonard J. Farwell, second governor of Wisconsin, 1852-1854. 
Wis. mag., I (May) 33-34, 58-59. [1715 

Bauchle, May L. Wisconsin's white ribbon shrine. V/is. mag., I (Mav) 35-36, 
62. ' [1716 

Brown, Walter. A visit to La Crosse in 1851. Wis. mag., I (Nov.) 27-29. 

[1717 

Biihler, Jakob, and XJlrich Biihler. A Swiss family in the New world: letters of 
Jakob and Ulrich Buhler, 1847-1877. Translation and notes by Lowell J. 
Ragatz. Wis. mag. hist., VI (Mar.) 317-333. [1718 

The writers of these letters were pioneer settlers in Sauk county. 

Cole, Harry Ellsworth. Nelson Dewey, first governor of Wisconsin, 1848-1852. 
Wis. mag., I (Mar.) 33-34. [1719 

Cole, Harry Ellsworth. Old-time taverns in Baraboo region. Wis. mag., I 
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Cole, Harry Ellsworth. Stagecoach and tavern days in the Baraboo region. 
Baraboo, Wis.: Baraboo news pub. co. 72 p. illus. (map) plates, port. 

[1721 

Cole, Harry Ellsworth. Stage coach routes in Sauk county. Wis. mag., I 
(Aug.) 21-22. [1722 

Coumbe, Camille. John Coumbe, the first white settler in Richmond county. 
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Reprinted from the Wisconsin magazine of history, v. VI (June) 435-443. 



113 

Diederichs, Joh. Fr. Letters and diarv of Joh. Fr. Diedericlis. Translated by 
Emil Baensch. Wis. mag. hist., VJI (Der.) 21H-237. [1724 

Describe tlie journey of the Diederichs farriMv fioni V.Wu'vtUh]. fJoriiianv, to .Manitowoc, Wisconsin, 

1K17. 

Dyson, Helen. Wisconsin's Swiss canton, Wis. mac;., I ( \ug.) 10, 3S. [1725 
Sketch of the Hwi.ss colony of New Olarus. 

Early days and ways in Madison. Wis. ma(j., I (Oct.) 5-6, 33-37. [1726 

Gage, Mary. Grandfather Hill. Wis. mao. hist., VII ^Dcc.) 108 211. [1727 

A sketch of Nathaniel Lewis Hill, Wisconsin pioneer. 

Gregory, John G. The John Jav Orion pai)C'rs. Wis. mac;, hist., VII (Dec.) 
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Kxtracts from the correspondence of John Jay Orion of Milwaukee, written during tlie 1800's. 

Hanks, Lucien S. A footnote to the storv of a great court. Wis. mag. hist., 

VI (June) 419-423. • ^ [1729 

Reminiscences of former chief justices of the ?uj)rcme court of Wisconsin. 

Hull, Janet. Wisconsin has oldest European relic in West. Wis. mag., I (Nov.) 

18. [1730 

Describes a soleil presented in 1686 by Nicholas Perrot to the mission of St. Francis Xavier at La 

Baye des Puants near the present city of De Pere, now in the State historical museum at Madison. 

James, Mary A. Bogus Cave. Wis. mag., I (Mar.) 20-21, 58-59. [1731 

"The story of a gang of counterfeiters in Wisconsin, and of explorations now being made in the Bogus 
Cave for treasure trove." 

James, Mary A. Wisconsin's heartaches; the storv of Wisconsin's shifting 
boundary. Wis. mag., I (Aug.) 18-20. ^ [1732 

Jenkins, Paul B. A "stove-wood" house. Wis. mag. hist., VII (Dec.) 189-193. 

[1733 

Describes a house built by David Williams, Walworth county pioneer, in 1848-9. 

Kellogg, Louise Phelps. Wisconsin Heights battlefield. Wis. mag., I (Sept.) 
20-21, 28-31. [1734 

The site of a battle between the Sauk Indian chieftain Black Hawk and his band and Illinois and 
Wisconsin troops, on July 21, 1832. 

Lathrop, Stanley E. How Cold Water Canvon was named. Wis. mag., I (June) 
6. " [1735 

Leonard, William Ellery. Wisconsin. [Menasha, Wis.] p. 247-2G0. plate. 
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Pvcprinted from the Wisconsin magazine of history, v. VI (Mar.) 247-260. 
"This paper presents a poet's vision of Wisconsin, historical and actual." 

McManus, James. The tragedy of Richland City. [Menasha, Wis.] 20 p. 
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Reprinted from the Wisconsin magazine of history, v. VII (Sept.) 63-80. 
The story of an extinct pioneer settlement in Wisconsin. 

Martin, Deborah Beaumont. Old furniture in Green Bav. Wis. mag., I (Julv) 
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Packer, B. G. Aboriginal and pioneer agriculture in Wisconsin. Wis. mag., I 
(July) 3-5. [1739 

Pickard, Josiah L. Experiences of a W^isconsin educator. Wis. mag. hist., 

VII (Dec.) 125-147. [1740 
Extracts from the manuscript record of Josiah L. Pickard, who became the principal of Plattoville 

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Plumb, R. G. The romance of Wisconsin navigation. Wis. mag., I (Julv) 
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Quickert, Carl. The story of Washington countv. West Bend, Wis.: The 
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Richter, Milo C, As Anthony Trollope saw Wisconsin. Wis. mag., I (Nov.) 
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Richter, Milo C. Captain Marryat in Wisconsin. Wis. mag., I (Mar.) 37-39. 

[1744 

" Beauties of Wisconsin described 85 years ago by famous English novelist." 

Richter, Milo. Longfellow and Wisconsin, Wis. mag., I (June) 21-22. [1745 

Richter, Milo C. Mark Twain and Wisconsin. Wis. mag., I (Aug.) 25-26. [1746 

Richter, Milo C. Walt Whitman and Wisconsin. Wis. mag., I (Julv) 21-22. 

[1747 

Sanford, Albert H. A community historical museum. Wis. mag. hist., VII 
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Describes, briefly, the collection in the historical museum of the State normal school at La Crosse. 

Schafer, Joseph. Testing traditions — I. Naming Wisconsin valley towns. Wis. 
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Schafer, Joseph. The Yankee and the Teuton in Wisconsin. Wis. mag. hist., 
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Cont. from v. VI, no. 2, Dec. 1922. 

Contents.— I. Characteristic attitude toward the land. II. Distinctive traits as farmers. III. 
Some social traits of Yankees. IV. Some social traits of Teutons. V. Social harmonies and discords. 
Also issued as [State historical society of Wisconsin] Separates, nos. 224, 227, 234, 239. 

Shaw, William B. Early days of Rhinelander. Wis. mag. hist., VI (Mar.) 
352-354. [1751 

Det sterkeste "norske" county i Wisconsin, Norsk- Amerikanern, no. 6, 
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Historical account of Dane county. 

Titus, W. A. Empire: a Wisconsin town. Wis. mag. hist., VI (Mar.) 295-302. 

[1753 

Watrous, Jerome A. Fragment of an autobiography. Wis. mag. hist., VII 
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Reminiscences of pioneer days in Wisconsin, in the 1840's and 50's. 

Webber, J. B. La Crosse in the beginning. Wis. mag., I (Nov.) 5-6. 42-43. 

[1755 

Whyte, William F. Beginnings of the Watertown school system. [Menasha, 
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Wisconsin's first residents. Wis. mag., I (Nov.) 23-25. [1757 

An account of the early Indians in this region. 

Wyoming 

Chaplin, W. E. Bill Nye in Laramie. In the Second biennial report of the state 
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The writer was captured by Indians in Wyoming in 1865. 

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The trail from Cheyenne to Fort Laramie. 

Hunton, John. Historical sketches. In the Second biennial report of the state 
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Contents. — Pioneer days of Bordeaux. Seth Edward Ward. The Grattan massacre. 



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An expedition to clear of Indians the region from tiie Yellowstone river to the Big Horn mountains, 
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Nash, Mrs. M. B. Legends of Wyoming Indians. In the Second biennial 
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[1821 

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a negro of Massachusetts who was actively interested in the scheme of colonizing freedmen on the 
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a biography of Cyrus H. K. Curtis, publisher of the Saturday evening post and the Ladies' home 
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54-56. [1852 

Includes a copy of a letter which throws light on the elTorts of Benjamin Franklin to obtain a land 
grant in what is now the state of Illinois; it was written by his sou, William, June 7, 1766. 

Bunn, Henry W. Benjamin Franklin. Indep., CX (Jan. 20) 60. [1853 

Koopman, Harry Lyman. Franklin's claim to greatness, with remarks 

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Brillon de Jouy. Musical quar., IX (Apr.) 245-259."" [1854a 

The pictorial life of Benjamin Franklin, printer, typefounder, ink maker, 

bookbinder, copperplate engraver and printer, stationer, merchant, bookseller, 
author, editor, publisher, inventor, scientist, philosopher, diplomat, philan- 
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Rolfe, ChristoDher. Ben Franklin's Pollv Baker. Mentor, XI 

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filosofo, economista (1703-1790). Con prefazione del sen. Luigi Ravasa: 
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REG., XXVI (June) 42-44. [1859 

James Franklin, brother of Benjamin Franklin. 

Gardiner. Packard, Bertram E. John Gardiner, barrister. Augusta, Me. 
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Gist. Blakeslee, Katherine Walton. Mordecai Gist and his American pro- 
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render". Boston, Mass.: John Hancock mutual life insurance co. [16] p. 
illus. [1865 

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122 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

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Kohlsaat, H. H. General Grant at Galena, 1861. Saturday evening 



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Hall. Burke, Walter J., and others. Luther E. Hall, governor of Louisiana 
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Harbord. Graham, I. D. Major General James Guthrie Harbord: an apprecia- 
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Harding. Asher, Cash, comp. He was "just folks"; the life and character of 
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. . . Manchester, New Hampshire, Friday 10th August, 1923. [Baltimore: 
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Barton, William E. Warren Gamaliel Harding, who lived & died in 

his country's service; an appreciation . . . and other essays. Foxboro, 
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Brainerd, Lawrence. President Warren Gamaliel Harding. New 



Eng. hist, and geneal. REG., LXXVII (Oct.) 243-249. [1876 

EversuU, Harry Kelso. Warren Gamaliel Harding; memorial sermon 



. . . delivered at community services in the Old Stone church. East Haven, 
Connecticut, and in the Pine Orchard Country club, Branford, Connecticut, 
Friday, August 10, 1923. [n. p.] 16 p. [1876 

Galbreath, G. B. Warren Gamaliel Harding. Ohio arch^ol. and 



HIST. QUAR., XXXII (Oct.) 555-570. [1877 

In memoriam, Warren Gamaliel Harding. [Services in memory of 



Warren Gamaliel Harding, 32°, a member of Scioto consistory. Ancient and 
accepted masons, Scottish rite auditorium, Columbus, Ohio, Sunday, August 
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Johnson, Willis Fletcher. The life of Warren G. Harding, from the 



simple life of the farm to the glamor and power of the White House. Phila. 
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Page preceding 288 numbered 255; note at foot of p. 288 "256 pp.+32 pp. illus." 

Pacheco, Felix. Presidente Harding. Discurso pronunciado a convite 



de S. Ex. Sr. embaixador Edwin Morgan no ''Memorial service" celebrado 
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Russell, Thomas H. The illustrious life and work of Warren G. Harding, 



twenty-ninth president of the United States. With an introduction by Hon. 
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" The total number of pages in this book is 352, including 32 pages of illustrations, which are not marked 
by folio numbers, and 320 pages of numbered text." 

Timmons, C. P., comp. Pictorial memorial of Warren Gamaliel Harding, 



1865-1923, the twenty-ninth president of the United States of America. 
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[1882 

Warren Gamaliel Harding. Eulogy delivered by Calvin Coolidge, 



president of the United States. Broadcasted by radio in behalf of the Harding 
memorial association December 10, 1923. [Washington: Gov. print, off.] 
6 p. (68th Cong., 1st sess. Senate. Doc. 7) [1883 



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Harris. Harris, Mary Vose, ed. The autobioKrupliv of Beiijaiuiii Franklin 
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UNIV. REC, n. s. IX (July) 239-268. (1885 

Hayes. Keeler, Lucy Elhot. The centenary r-elehration of the birth of RiitlK-r- 
ford Birehard Haves at Spiegel Grove, Fremont. Ohio, October 4, 1922. 
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Reprinted from the Ohio jirchiEoloRieal and historical quarterly, v. XXXII fApr. 1023) 328-42.5. 

Hepburn. Bishop, Joseph Bucklin. A. Barton Hepburn [1840-1922] his life 
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(1887 

HoLDEN. Goodspeed, C. G. B. Life and services (^f William H. Holden, 1843- 
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Hopkins. Shaw, James. Albert J. Hopkins, lawver and statesman [1840-1922] 
III. hist. soc. jour., XV, nos. 3-4, 692-703. ' [1889 

Hubbard. Burrage, Henry Sweetser. Thomas Hamlin Hubbard, bvt. brigadier 
general U. S. vols. [1838-1915] [Portland?] Printed for the state. 66 p. 
port. [1890 

Hunter. Dalton, Robert Hunter. Colonel James Hunter; giving interesting 
incidents in the life of the loyal patriot who was an intimate friend, and great 
admirer of General Andrew Jackson. From the diarv of Robert Hunter 
Dalton. Jour. Am. hist., XVII, no. 1, 54-56. ' [1891 

Ingraham. Bradlee, Francis B. C. A forgotten chapter in our naval history. 
A sketch of the career of Duncan Nathaniel Ingraham, commander U. S. N. 
and commodore C. S. N. Salem, Mass.: The Essex institute. 25 p. plates, 
ports. [1892 

Jackling. Gilmore, Grace I. Daniel Cowen Jackling [b. 1869] Mo. hist. 
• REV., XVII (Apr.) 257-265. (Missourians abroad — no. 12) (1893 

Jackson. Bassett, John Spencer. Notes on Jackson's visit to New England, 
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Jackson, Andrew. Andrew Jackson's correspondence with James W. 



Breedlove. [Ed. by John S. Kendall] La. hist, quar., VI (Apr.) 179-188. 

[1895 

Eight letters written bj^ Andrew Jackson to James W. Breedlove, of New Orleans, during the years 
1838, 1842-1843. 

Klingberg, Frank J. Personal traits of President Andrew Jackson. 



Hist, outlook, XIV (Jan.) 10-14. [1896 

Prints a number of personal letters of Andrew Jackson, hitherto unpublished, from m.anuscripts in 
the possession of his great grandson, also named Andrew Jackson. 

Jenkins. Sketch of the life of Lt. Col. John Jenkins [1751-1827] Wy. hist. 
and geol. soc. PROC, XVIII, 249-251. [1897 

Revolutionary officer. 

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Cont. from v. XVII, 1922. 

The installments here given relate to his first term as governor of Maryland and the British invasion 
of that state, in 1777. 

Johnstone. Shaffer, J. M. Sketch of Judge Edward Johnstone [1815-1891] 
Ann. Iowa, 3d ser., XIII (Apr.) 563-569. [1899 

Jordan. Nichols, J. T. David Starr Jordan — naturalist and leader of men. 
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Jouett. Robins, Sallie Nelson. Jack Jouett's ride and some of Jack Jouett's 
descendants. S. R. Va. quar. mag., II (Apr.) 22-27. [1901 

Tells the story of Jouett's ride from Cuckoo, Louisa county, Va., to Charlottesville to warn the Vir- 
ginia assembly of the approach of Gen. Tarleton's army, in 1781. 



124 AMEEICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Julian. Clarke, Grace Julian. George W. Julian [1817-1899] with an Intro 
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Kearny. McSweeney, Edward F. Lawrence Kearny — 1789-1868. Am. Irish 
HIST. see. JOUR., XXII, 108-122. [1903 

Keith. Keith, Katherine Isham. James Keith of Fauquier [1839-1918] Fau- 
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Kent. Fox, Dixon Hyan. James Kent in politics. Columbia alumni news, 
XIV (Apr. 27) 367-368. [1905 

Hicks, Frederick C. Kent's commentaries. Columbia alumni news, 



XIV (Apr. 27) 369-370. [1906 

— Hughes, Charles Evans. James Kent: a master builder of legal insti- 



tutions. Am. bar ASSOC, jour., IX (June) 353-359. [1907 
Powell, Thomas Reed. Kent's contributions to constitutional law. 



Columbia alumni news, XIV (Apr. 27) 372-374. [1908 

Reynolds, Helen Wilkinson. James Kent, sometime of Dutchess county. 



Dutchess co. hist. soc. yr. bk., 1923, 21-28. [1909 

Stone, Harlan F. James Kent, judge and chancellor. Columbia 



alumni news, XIV (Apr. 27) 365-366. [1910 

King. Judge Frederick D. King; memorial service, December 4, 1922. La. 
hist, quar., VI (Apr.) 194-208. [1911 

Grace King; tribute of the Louisiana historical society. La. hist. 

QUAR., VI (July) 345-379. [1912 

Proceedings of the meeting of the Louisiana historical society at the Cabildo, in New Orleans, April 
27th, 1923, to render tribute to Grace King, historian of New Orleans and secretary of the society. 

Knox. Beveridge, Albert J. Philander Chase Knox, American lawyer, patriot, 
statesman [1853-1921]. Pa. mag. hist., XLVII (Apr.) 89-114. [1913 

Krone, Charles A. Recollections of an old actor. Mo. hist. soc. coll., IV, 
no. 4, 423-463. [1914 

Cont. from v. IV, no. 3, 1914. 

Ladd. Wing, George C, jr. William Ladd, sometime of Minot, Maine, the 
apostle of peace, 1778-1841. Sprague's jour. Maine hist., XI, no. 2, 53-60. 

[1915 

Lansden. Smith, Thomas W. John Mc Murray Lansden [1836-1923] III. 
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Lee. Horner, Alfred B. The burial place of Charles Lee. Fauquier hist. 
soc. BUL., no. 3, 243-245. [1917 

Charles Lee (1758-1815), attorney general of the United States, 1795-1801. 

Bradford, Gamaliel. Lee the American. Boston and N. Y.: Houghton 



Mifflin CO. xvi, 324 p. [1918 

Henderson, Archibald. General Lee as a tragic hero. Lit. digest 



INTERNAT. BOOK REV., I (NoV.) 46, 93. [1919 

A review of "Robert E. Lee: a drama", by John Drinkwater (Boston: Houghton Mifflin co.). 

Lincoln. Armstrong, Ida D. The Lincolns in Spencer county. Southw. Ind. 
HIST. soc. PROC, Feb. 28, 1923, 54-62. [1920 



Arthur, Samuel John. Lincoln's legacy, a tribute to the world's great 

commoner. Boston: R. G. Badger. 45 p. port., plates. [1921 

Contents!— The Gettysburg address. Abraham Lincoln. Lincoln, 1809-1865. Lincoln's legacy 
Letter to Mrs. Bixby. 

Barton, William E. Abraham Lincoln, Kentucky mountaineer; an ad- 



dress delivered before the faculty and students of Berea college, Berea, Ken- 
tucky . . . March 8, 1923. Berea, Ky.: Berea college press. [16] p. [1922 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY, 1023 125 

Lincoln. Barton, William E. Abrahanj f.iiicoln arul the Ainerif-an ideal; a ser- 
mon broadcast by radio from the WestinKhousc; station and the platform of 
Orchestra hall, Chicago, Sinulay, February 11, 1023. Casper, Wy.: The ('as- 
per daily tribune. 15 [). (1923 

Barton, William E. The American jMilpit on the death of Lincoln. 

Open court, XXXVII. (Sept.-Nov.) 513 52S, ()22-640, 082-704. [1924 

Barton, William E. The education of Abraham Lincoln; an adress de- 
livered before the facuKy and studcitits of Illinois college, Jacksonville, Illinois, 
PY'bruary 7, 1923. Jacksonville, 111.: Courier press. 21 p. facsim. (1925 



Barton, William E. 'i'he influence of Chicago upon Abraham Lincoln; 

an address d(;livered before the Clu'cago historical society on Februarv 10, 
1922. Chicago, III.: The University of Chicago press. 54 p. port. 11926 

Barton, William E. Lincoln's lost grandmother. r'nic'A'io hist. hoc. 

BUL., I (May) 77-78. [1927 

Extracts from an ad'lress by Dr. \ViIli:uii K. Harton before the Chicapo hi.'^toriral sociotv, Fcl)ruary 3, 
1923. 

Beveridge, Albert J. Lincoln as his partner knew him. Lit. dickst 



INTEHNAT. BOOK REV., I (Sept.) 33-35, 51. (1928 

A review of "The real Lincoln", by Jesse W. Weik (Boston: Houghton Mifflin co.K 

Bissett, Clark Prescott. AVtraham Lincohi, a universal man. San 



Francisco: J. Howell, xiii, 230 p. port. [1929 

Cole, Arthur Charles. Lincoln's "House divided" speech; did it reflect 



a doctrine of class struggle? An address delivered before the Chicago his- 
torical societv on March 15, 1923. Chicago, 111.: The Universitv of Chicago 
press. 36 p.' ' [1930 



Cole, Cornelius C. The Lincoln I knew. Collier's, LXXI (Feb. 10) 

29. [1931 

licniiniscences of ex-Senator Cole of California, one of the few living nicn whd worked with Lincoln. 



Ferguson, Duncan. True story of the almanac used by Abraham 

Lincoln in the famous trial of Duff Armstrong. III. hist, soc.'jour., XV. 
nos. 3-4, 688-691. [1932 

Folsom, E. I. New stories of Abraham Lincoln. Am. mag., XCVI 

(July) 47. [1933 

The Grand army hall and memorial association of Illinois. Twenty 



fourth Lincoln birthday service in INIemorial hall, Chicago, on Monday, 

Februarv twelfth, nineteen hundred and twenty three. (Chicago] 35 p. 

port. (1934 

Address by William E. Barton: p. 8-13. Address of the Honorable Addison G. Procter: p. ';4-3.">. 

Iglehart, John E. Correspondence between Lincoln historians and this 



society. Southw. Ind. hist. soc. proc, Feb. 28, 1923, 63-88. (1935 

In regard to the "Lincoln inquiry" carried on by the Southwestern Indiana historical society, for the 
purpose of collecting information regarding the years Lincoln spent in Indiana. 

Lincoln as leader. New republic, XXXIII (Feb. 14) 306-308. [1936 

New light on the women whom Lincoln loved. Current oriNioN 



LXXIV (Feb.) 166-168. [1937 



Phelps, William Lyon. Daniel Webster v Abraham Lincoln; sus ideales 

politicos. Inter-America, VII (July) 95-105.' [1938 

Translation of an article published in the Ladies' home journal. Feb. 1923 (no. 1939). 

Phelps, William Lyon. Political ideals of Daniel Webster and Abraham 



Lincoln. Ladies' home jour., XL (Feb.) 18-19. (1939 

Rare Lincolniana [no. 21] Tarrytown, N. Y.: Reprinted, W. Abbatt. 

51 p. (The Magazine of history, with notes and questions. Extra number, 
no. 93 (v. XXIV, no. 1) ) [1940 

Contexts.— The American rebellion, by O. J. Victor. The Anglo-American news-letter and Sulgrave 
bulletin, August, 1920. 



126 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Lincoln. Rare Lincolniana [no. 22] Tarrytown, N. Y. Reprinted, W. Abbatt. 
48 p. (The Magazine of history, with notes and queries. Extra number, 
no. 98 (v. XXV, no. 2) ) [1941 

Contents.— Lincoln at Harrisburg. James Russell Lowell on Lincoln. Lincoln on the Anglo- 
American stage [by] H. T. Parker. Lincoln's lost grandmother, by Rev. W. E. Barton. 

Robinson, Luther Emerson. Abraham Lincoln as a man of letters. 



N. Y. and London: Putnam. 344 p. ports. [1942 

Ryan, Daniel J. Lincoln and Ohio. Foreword by Charles B. Galbreath. 



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Horton, Lucy Henderson. Family history, including Hughes, Dalton, Martin, 
Henderson, all originallv of Virginia, and manv kindred branches. Franklin, 
Tenn.: Press of the News, 1922. 289 p. port! [2076 

Jennings, Alice. Familv sketch, Moss, Hall, Jennings, etc. [Los Angeles? 
Calif.] 60 numbered leaves. [2077 

Type-written. 

Caption title: Moss and Hall lines of ancestry, including Lathrop, Judd, Stanley, Steele, Gaylord 
and others. 

Johnston, Christopher. Hynson and Smith families. Md. hist, mag., XVIII 
(June) 186-192. [2078 

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134 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Moriarty, G. Andrews jr. Genealogical research in England. New Eng. hist. 
AND GENEAL. REG., LXXVII (Jan.-Oct.) 71-77, 110-133, 190-194, 305-312. 

[2079 

Contents.— Haskett. Sheffield. Bordman (Boardman). 
Cont. from v. LXXVI, 1922. 

New York genealogical and biographical society. Registration of pedigrees. 
N. Y. GENEAL. AND BioG. REC, LIV (Apr.) 177-192. [2080 

Pedigrees of the Gold, Jennings, Talcott, Burr, Wakeman, Goodsell, Welles, and Willard families. 

[Paxson, Hugh P.] Genealogical data of the Paxson, Harding, and allied families, 
copied bv Henry W. Scarborough, from a notebook kept by Hugh P. Paxson. 
[Phila.] 8 leaves. [2081 

Type-written. 

[Reynolds, John Fewell] Genealogical sketches of Reynolds, Fewells, Walls and 
kindred families. Winston-Salem, N. C.: The Commercial printers. 56 p. 
illus. (port.). [2082 

Introductory signed: John Fewell Reynolds. 

[Satterthwaite, Thomas Edward] Biographical and historical sketches of the 
Sheafe, Wentv/orth, Fisher, Bache, Satterthwaite and Rutgers families of 
America, [n. p.] 123 p. plates, ports. [2083 

Stubbs, William Carter. Descendants of Mordecai Cooke, of " Mordecai's 
Mount", Gloucester co,, Va., 1650, and Thomas Booth, of Ware Neck, Glou- 
cester CO. Va., 1685, by Dr. and Mrs. William Carter Stubbs. New Orleans. 
286, XXXV p. illus. (incl. ports., coats of arms). [2084 

Individual Families 

Abbott. Dennison, A. Louis. Benjamin Abbott of Temple, Maine, and his 
descendants. Sprague's jour. Maine hist., XI, no. 1, 22-31. [2085 

Alden. Alden, Frank Wentworth. The descendants of Daniel Alden, who was 
sixth in descent from John Alden, the pilgrim. Private edition, for distribu- 
tion by the author, [n. p.] 113 p. geneal. tab. [2086 

The descendants of John Pike of Newbury, Mass.: p. 27-31. 

Allardyce. Allardyce, William H. The Allardyce family. San Antonio, 
Tex.: Martin and Allardyce. 23 p. illus., ports., coats of arms. [2087 

Ames. Finley, Mrs. Herold R. Ames family. Americana, XVII (July) 
303-309. [2088 

Arnold. Bowman, George Ernest. Seth Arnold's will [1715] Mayfl. desc, 
XXV (Jan.) 35-37. [2089 

Baillie. Bulloch, J. G. B. Geneaological and historical records of the Baillies 
of Inverness, Scotland, and some of their descendants in the United States of 
America. Washington, D. C. [Potomac print, co.] 84 p. coats of arms. 

[2090 

Bartlett. Bowman, George Ernest. Ichabod Bartlett's estate [1716] Mayfl. 
DESC, XXV (Jan.) 16-20. [2091 

Beach. [Beach, Elmer Taylor] Beach in America; containing general infor- 
mation regarding the three brothers, Richard Beach, John Beach and Thomas 
Beach, planters in the original settlements of New Haven colony, Wallingford 
colony and Milford colony, Connecticut, 1638 to 1641, and genealogical record 
on a portion of the descendants of Richard Beach, together with notes on 
pioneer Beaches of Michigan, and an index of all known male descendants of 
Richard Beach, signer of the Fundamental compact of New Haven colony, 
1639. [Kalamazoo, Mich.: Ihling bros. Everard co.] 149 p. port., coat of 
arms. [2092 

Bolton, Bolton, Thaddeus L. The family record of Peter Bolton, the son of 
Peter of Pocklington, England. [Phila.] 28 p. [2093 

Booth. Booth, Henry Slader. Booth genealogy including allied families, rep- 
resenting the American ancestry in the Booth line of the compiler. Randolph, 
Vt. [Boston: T. R. Marvin and son, printers] 116 p. [2094 



135 

Bradford. Bowman, George Ernest. Widow Elizabeth Hradford's estate 
[1778] Mayfl. DE8C., XXV (Jan.) 25-30. (2095 

BuRNAp. Belknap, Henry Wyckoff. The Burnai)-Biirnett gencalogv. Ksskx 
INST. HIST. COLL., LIX (Apr.-Oct.) lo.'i-lOS, 205-280, 385-400. ' 12096 

Castle. Coltrin, Charles Wilkins. Genealogical notes on the ancestry and 

descendants of Lester Delos and Lucy Angelia (Taylor) C'astle, of Harrington, 

Cook county, Illinois, 1613-1923. Chicago, 111. [Press <jf Barnard aiul Alillcr] 

125 p. illus. (incl. ports.). 12097 

Published for and presented to the family by ('harles Sumner Castle. 

Chilton. The Chilton family. (From notes by Ann S. Chilton McDonnell). 
Fauquier hist. soc. bul., no. 3, 321-329. |2098 

Claiborne. Claiborne wills. Tyler's quar. hist, and geneal. ma(;., V fOct.j 
127-134. [2099 

Clements. Scales, John. The Clements family of Dover, X. H. Printed for 
private- circulation, [n, p.] [14] p. [2100 

Cohen. Baroway, Aaron. The Cohens of Maryland. Md. hist. ma(;., X\TII 
(Dec.) 357-376. [2101 

Coolidge. Chamberlain, George Walter. The early New England Coolidges 
and some of their descendants. New Eng. hist, and geneal. reg., LXXVII 
(Oct.) 270-304. [2102 

Corbin. The Corbin family. Va. mag. hist., XXXI (Jan.) 80-83. [2103 

Concluded from v. XXX, 1922. 

Cowing. Cowing, Janet McKay. Genealogy of the Cowing familv. Seneca 
Falls, N. Y. [3] p., 5 leaves, [6] p. ^ [2104 

Crocker. Crocker, Henry Graham. Nathaniel Crocker, 1758-1855, his de- 
scendants and ancestors . . . ; a contribution to Mayflower genealogy. Con- 
cord, N. H.: The Rumford press, xiii, 76 p. port. " [2105 

CuLBERTsoN. Culbertson, Lewis R. Genealogy of the Culbertson and Culber- 
son families. Rev. ed. Zanesville, O.: The Courier co., printers, vii, 478 p. 

[2106 

Digges. Ramsburgh, Edith Roberts. Sir Dudlev Digges, his English ancestrv 
and the Digges line in America. D. A. R. mag.', LVII (Mar.) 125-139. [2107 

Dorr. Finley, Mrs. Herold. Dorr family. Americana, XVII (Oct.) 465-469. 

[2108 

Doty. Bowman, George Ernest. The estates of Isaac Doty [1724] of Plymouth 
and his sons Neriah and Ichabod. Mayfl. desc, XXV (Oct.) 164-175' [2109 

Du Pont. Du Pont, H. A. The early generations of the Du Pont and allied 
families. N. Y. : National Americana society. 2 v. front, (port.) col. plate 
(coat of arms) geneal. tables. [2110 

Friermouth. Kyes, Helen Myers. John Adam Friermouth of Barryfield, Out., 
Canada, and his descendants. Parker, S. D.: H. M. Kves. 70 p. port. 

[2111 
Contains also Kyes family. 

Fulton. Leonard, Clarence Ettienne. The Fulton-Havden-Warner ancestrv in 
America. N. Y.: T. A. Wright. 628 p. ' [2112 

The American ancestry of the grandchildren of William Edwards Fulton. 

Gavet. Gavit, Joseph. Philip Gavet of Salem, Mass., and some of his de- 
scendants. Boston. 27 p. [2113 
Reprinted from the New England historical and genealogical register, v. LXXVII, no. 1, Jan. 1923. 

Geer. Geer, Walter. The Geer genealogy; a historical record of George and 

Thomas Geer and their descendants in the United States from 1623 to 1923. 

N. Y. : Brentano's. xiv, 447 p. ports., map, coat of arms. [2114 

Published 1914 under title: Genealogy of the Geer family in America from 1635 to 1914, compiled by 

Walter Geer and Florence E. Youngs. 



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Glen. Bulloch, J. G. B. A history of the Glen family of South Carolina and^ 
Georgia. [Washington, D. C] 132 p. illus. (coats of arms). [211S 

Hand. Hand, Susan Train. Letters of the Hand family, 1796-1912, collected! 
and arranged, with a biographical sketch, by Susan Train Hand. Printed for 
private circulation. N. Y. : E. S. Gorham. 328 p. illus., plates, ports. ; 

[211^ 

Hardwick. Keith, Arthur L. The Hardwick familv. Wm. and Mary quar.,! 
2d ser., Ill (Apr.) 97-112. " [211T 

Harrison. Harrison of James River. Va. mag. hist., XXXI (Jan.-Oct.): 

83-87, 180-182, 277-283, 361-380. [2118j 

Genealogical notes. ' 

Cont. from v. XXX, no. 4, Oct. 1922. ' 

Hart. Torrance, Jared Sidney. The descendants of Lewis Hart and Anne 
Elliott; with additional genealogical and historical data, concerning the 
families of Hart-Warner, Hart-Curtiss, Hart-McColley, Curtiss-Thompson,; 
Curtiss-Torrance, Curtiss-Vosburgh. Los Angeles: Priv. published by Mrs.; 
J. S. Torrance, xix, 361 p. plates, coats of arms, fold, facsims. [211^ 

Ed. by Edith Gowan. ^ 

Hendrick. Hendrick, Charles T. The Hendrick genealogy; Daniel Hendricfe 
of Haverhill, Mass., and his descendants, with an appendix containing brief 
accounts of several other Hendrick families. Rutland, Vt.: The Tut^le co.; 
699 p. ports. [21206 

Hill. Hill, Charles E. Ebenezer Hill: the Little minister of Mason, N. HJ 
[1766-1854] A sketch by Charles E. Hill, and A genealogy by John B. Hillj 
N.Y.: T. A. Wright, printer and publisher. 82 p. plates, ports., facsims. 

[2121: 

Introduction signed: William Bancroft Hill. 

Hodgkins. Hodgkins, Samuel. Autobiography of Samuel Hodgkins, borq 
1839, including the genealogy of his immediate ancestors, December, 1923^ 
Compiled by Carrie E. Chatfield. Minneapolis, Minn. 47 p. [2122 

Houston. Houston, Margaret E. The Houstons of Pequea. [n. p.] 267,i 
[23] p. coat of arms. [21231 

Jencks. Chapin, William W. A line on the Jencks family. R. I. hist. soc. 
COLL., XVI (Oct.) 123-127. [2124 

Jennings. The Jennings family of Elizabeth City co., Va., and Anson county^ 
N. C. Tyler's quar. hist, and geneal. mag., IV (Apr.) 425-428. [212^ 

JuDD. McDowell, Caroline Judd. Philip Judd and his descendants. [GrinneUj 
la.] Grinnell herald press. Priv. print, by Caroline J. McDowell. 29| 
p. [212i 

A record of the descendants of Dr. Gerrit P. Judd of Hawaii, March 8,- 

1829, to April 16, 1922. From data collected by George R. Carter, arranged 
by Mary H. Hopkins. [Honolulu, Hawaii, 1922] 48 p. (Hawaiian his- 
torical society. Genealogical series, no. 3) [212| 

Keen. Jones, Elias. Keene family history and genealogy. Baltimore, Md.i^ 
Press of Kohn and Pollock. 343 p. plates, ports., facsims., coats of arms. 

[2128i 

Keener. Wilson, Letitia Pinnell. The Keeners and allied families. A memo-* 
rial to Ann Maria Keener. Baltimore, Md. 70 numbered leaves. [2129i 

KiMBER. [Kimber, Sidney Arthur] The descendants of Thomas Kimber; &> 
genealogical history of the descendants of Thomas Kimber of Down Ampney,; 
near Cirencester, Gloucester, England. Cambridge, Mass.: S. A. Kimber.! 
[6], 34 p. illus., plates, ports., coat of arms. [21301 

Knowles. Bowman, George Ernest. The will of Joshua Knowles of Eastham, 
Mass. [1778] Mayfl. desc, XXV (July) 109-114. [2131! 



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Lilly. Lilly, Julius Whiting. Foundation of a genealogv of the northern Lillv 
family. 1G40-1923. Los Angeles, Calif. 10 leaves. ' [2132 

Autographed from typo-written copy. 

Lincoln. Lincoln, Waldo. History of the Linc(jlii fnniily; an account of the 
descerulants of Samuel Lincoln of Hingham, Mas.sachusetts, 10.37-1020. 
Worcester, Mass.: Commonwealth press, xi, 718 p. port. (2133 

Livingston. Ramsburgh, Edith Roberts. The Livingstons of New York. 
D. A. R. MAG., LVII (Oct.) (302-013. (2134 

LoBDELL. Scisco, Louis Dow. Lobdell family origins in England. .\'. V. 
GENEAL. AND liioG. KEC, LIV (Apr.) 103-105. [2135 

LouGHRY. Jewett, Julia A. A brief genealogy of the Loughry family of Penn- 
sylvania. St. Louis, Mo. [0], 85, xxviii p. ' ' [2136 

Lyman. Lyman, Eunice A. A sketch of the descendants of Daniel Lyman and 
Sally Clapp, of Easthampton, Mass. Privatelv published for the familv. 
[Fall River, Mass.: The Munroe press, 1923?] OS p. illus. (incl. ports.). 

[2137 

McNair. McNair, James Birtley. McNair, McNear, and McNeir genealogies. 
Chicago: The author, vii, 315 p. ports., facsim., coats of arms. [2138 

Miller. Bowman, George Ernest. Francis and Experience Miller of Middle- 
borough, Mass. Mayfl. desc, XXV (July) 101-104. [2139 

Francis Miller's will (1746) and other records relating to the settlement of his estate. 

Lamphear, Francis P. Ten generations of Millers, by Francis P. 

Lamphear of the ninth generation. Inscribed to Milton Miller and Irene 
Johnson of the tenth. N. Y. [Yankee press] 33 p. illus. (inch ports.) 

[2140 

Nicklin, John Bailey, jr. The Millers of Millersburg and their de- 
scendants, with kindred families of Miller, McGce, Jameson, Read, Scott, 
Wyatt, Donnelly, White, Washington, Blackwell, Smith, Mayfield, Johnson, 
Kuykendall, Beene, Sadler, Clark, Woodfin, Whiteside and Myers. Compiled 
for Gustavus Hindman Miller, of Chattanooga. [Nashville: Brandon print. 
CO.] xix, 485 p. plates, ports., facsim. [2141 

Minor. Minor, John B. The Minor familv of Virginia. [Lvnchburg, Va.: 
J. P. Bell CO.] 125 p. ' ' [2142 

Monroe. Lewis, Edward S. Ancestry of James Monroe. Wm. and Mary 
QUAR., 2d ser.. Ill (July) 173-179. [2143 

Morrison. The Morrison family. [N. Y. : Printed by Manger, Hughes and 
Manger] [10] p. coat of arms. [2144 

Mower. Mower, Walter L., comjp. INIower family history; a genealogical record 

of the Maine branch of this famil}-, together with other branches of the family 

tree. Portland, Me.: The Southworth press, xvii, 233 p. ports., coat of 

arms. [2145 

Mower or Moore faihily. 

Newcomb. Newcomb, Bethuel Merritt. Andrew Newcomb, 1018-1080, and 
his descendants; a revised edition of "Genealogical memoir" of the Newcomb 
family, published 1874 by John Bearse Newcomb, compiled and revised by 
Bethuel Merritt Newcomb. New Haven, Conn.: Priv. print, for the author 
by the Tuttle, Morehouse and Taylor co. [S], 1021 p. illus. (plan) ports., 
facsims. [2146 

Nichols. Nichols, E. P. Family record (incomplete) of James Nichols, born in 

Londonderry, N. H., or vicinity, in the year 1733 by E. P. Nichols (170) of 

Searsport, Maine. Belfast, Me.: G. W. Burgess, 1882; Newburvport, Mass., 

1923. 35 leaves. [2147 

Autographed from type-written copy. 

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138 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Nichols. Nichols, Nathan Round, ed. Nichols genealogy; ancestry and de- 
scendants of Thomas Nichols of East Greenwich, Rhode Island and Danby, 
Vermont. [Congress Park? 111.] 162 p. illus. (inch ports., coat of arms). 

[2148 

Orr. Orr, John G., and James P. Orr. Brief sketch of the genealogy of Captain 
Thomas Orr, late of Franklin county, Pennsylvania and his descendants, 
[n. p.] 23 p. [2149 

Paine. Bowman, George Ernest. Ensign Joseph Paine's estate [1712] Mayfl. 
DESC, XXV (July) 124-126. [2150 

Bowman, George Ernest. John Paine's will [1731] Mayfl. desc, XXV 

(July) 115-119. [2151 



Paine, Albert Prescott. History of Samuel Paine, jr., a. d. 1778-1861, 

and his wife Pamela (Chase) Paine, 1780-1856, of Randolph, Vt., and their 
descendants. [Randolph Center, Vt.: The compiler?] 217 p. illus. (ports.). 

[2152 

Park. Parks, Frank Sylvester. Ancestry of Halsey Park of Walpole, Can., and 
some of his descendants. Washington, D. C. [The compiler] 1922. 8 p. 
(Parks records, v. Ill, pt. 5) [2152a 



Parks, Frank Sylvester. Park family of Washington co., Pennsylvania. 

Washington, D. C. [The compiler, 1922?] 8 p. (Parks records, v. Ill, pt. 14) 

[2152b 

Parks, Frank Sylvester. Park family of Westchester co., New York. 



Washington, D. C. [The compiler] 8 p. (Parks records, v. Ill, pt. 10) [2153 
Parks, Frank Sylvester. Parks and Park in the census of 1790, (First 



census of the United States). Washington, D. C. [The compiler] 1922. 8 p. 
(Parks records, v. Ill, pt. 2) [2153a 

Parke. Parks, Frank Sylvester. Parke coat-of-arms. Washington, D. C. 
[1922?] 8 p. illus. (Parks records, v. Ill, pt. 8) [2153b 

Parks, Frank Sylvester. Simon Parke of Franklin, Pa., and his de- 



scendants. Washington, D. C. [The compiler] 8 p. (Parks records, v. Ill, 
no. 9) [2154 

Stanton, John N. Ancestors and descendants of Joel Parke of East 



Troy, Pa. Elmira, N. Y. [The compiler] 81-104 p. [2155 

Parker. Parker, William Thornton. New England war veterans of the Ameri- 
can revolution and of later wars of Abraham Parker's family and of his brothers 
James, Joseph, John and Jacob. Northampton, Mass. [The compiler?] 
[15] p. [2156 

Pemberton. Totten, John R. The genealogical record of Rev. Ebenezer Pem- 
berton (1704-5-1777), pastor of the First (Wall street) Presbyterian church, 
New York city (1727-1753), and of the New Brick church, Boston, Mass. 
(1754-1777). N. Y. geneal. and bigg, rec, LIV (July) 220-226. [2157 

• 

PiERSON. Ryan, Clyde F. Pierson and allied families. Americana, XVII 
(Jan.) 110-114. [2158 

Polk. Angellotti, Mrs. Frank M. The Polks of North Carolina and Tennessee. 
New Eng. hist, and geneal. reg., LXXVII (Apr.-Oct.) 133-145, 213-227, 
250-270. [2159 

Preston. Totten, John R. Preston genealogy. N. Y. geneal. and biog. rec, 
LIV (.Jan.-Oct.) 3-17, 150-167, 268-278, 320-328. [2160 

Cont. from v. LIII, 1922. 

Putnam. Line of descent of John Putnam, of Aston Abbots, county Bucks, 
England, and Salem, Massachusetts, from Louis IV, King of France, from 
"Americans of royal descent", by C. H. Browning. Communicated by 
Mrs. Lawrence Waters Jenkins. Danvers hist. soc. coll., XI, 134-139. 

[2161 



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Qmimby. Quinby, Henry Cole. Gerieah^pical liislory of the (^iiinhy (Qiiirn[>y; 

family in Kngland and Aiiuirica. Now ^'ork city (Riitlarifl, Vt.: The Tiittle 

CO.] 191.5-23. 2 V. illiis. (incl. coats of arins) plates, ports., facKims. (2162 

V. II has title: The Quirnby-Quinby family of Sandwich, N. II., and is lettered on cover: Quinby- 

Quimby family history, v. II. 

ir\NDALL. Randall-Washington Bible record, Westincjrclan 1 county, \'a. 
Nation, geneal. .soc. quar., XI (Jatj.) 49-.51. [2163 

Richardson. Radcliffe, Elizabeth Wills Vernon. Captain Iviward Richard^on; 
a memorial, with genealogical records of some; of his ancestors and descendants. 
Privately printed. [Salem, Mass.: Newcomb and Gauss, j)rinters] 81 p. 
plates, ports. (2164 

Rogers. Bowman, George Ernest. The wife of Elcazer Rogers. Mayii . 
DEsc, XXV (Jan.) 30-35. [2165 

Safford. Safford, Edward S. The Saffords in America, June, 1923. [n. p.j 
[405] p. [2166 

Type-written; in two parts with indexes. 

Sargent. Sargent, Emma Worcester, cxl. Epes Sargent of Gloucester and his 
descendants, arranged by Emma Worcester Sargent; with biographical notes 
bv Charles Sprague Sargent. Boston and N. Y.: Houghton Mifflin co. xxi, 
323, 68, XXXV p. ports. (2167 

Sayles. Finley, Mrs. Herold R. Savles family. Americana, XVII (Aj)r. > 
192-202. ^ [2168 

Sebor. Beach, Helen. The descendants of Jacob Sebor, 1709-1793, of Middle- 
town, Connecticut, [n. p.] 108 }). (2169 

Sherman. Bowman, George Ernest. The will of William Sherman [17.'^9] 
Mayfl. DESC, XXV (July) 133-135. [2170 

Smedberg. Mclver, Helen H. Genealogv of the Smedl^erg familv. (n. p.] 
16 p. " " (2171 

Smith. [Smith, Edward U.] Genealogy of the descendants of Robert Smith, 
who settled near Castle Shannon, Washington co. Now in Allegheny co.. 
Pennsylvania. 1772. [Williamsport: Williamsport print, and bind, co.] 
311 p. illus. (ports., facsims.). [2172 

Soule. Bowman, George Ernest. The will of Benjamin Soulc of Plvmpton 
[1729] and his widow Sarah's estate. Mayfl. desc.,'XXV (Apr.) 72-86. [2173 

Spaid. Secrest, Abraham Thompson. Spaid genealogy from the lirst of the 
name in this country to the present time, wnth a number of allied families and 
many historical facts. Columbus, O. : Priv. print, for the compiler bv Nitschke 
brps.", 1922. viii, 395 p. illus. (incl. ports.). " [2174 

Spicer. Meech, Susan Billings. A supplement to The descendants of Peter 
Spicer containing additions and corrections. Groton, Conn. [The compiler] 
ii, 269 p. illus., plate, port., facsim. [2175 

Sprague. Chamberlain, George Walter. The Spragues of Maiden, Massachu- 
setts. Boston, Mass.: Printed for private circulation only, viii, 317 y>. 
plates, ports., facsims. [2176 

Sprout. Bowman, George Ernest. ' The estates of Elizabeth and Mary Sprout 
[1726] and a deed from James Sprout [1732] Mayfl. desc. XXV (Apr.' 
69-72. [2177 

Bowman, George Ernest. Lieutenant Ebenezer Sprout's will [1726] 

Mayfl. desc, XXV (July) 126-128. [2178 

Swan. Frost, Josephine C. Ancestors of Alden Smith Sv>an and his wife Mary 
Althea Farwell, compiled for their daughter Florence Althea Gibb. N. Y.: 
The Hills press, v, 258 p. plates, ports. . [2179 



140 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Tanner. Tanner, Maurice. Descendants of John Tanner; born August 15/ 
1778, at Hopkintown, R. I., died April 15, 1850, at South Cottonwood, Salt 
Lake county, Utah. [n. p.] The Tanner family association. 264 p. illus. 
(ports.). [2180 

Terrill. Wiggins, Mrs. Joseph P. Will of Robert Terrill, of Orange county, 
Virginia [1786] Va. mag. hist., XXXI (Apr.- July) 175-180, 264-269. [2181 

Contributed and annotated by Mrs. Joseph P. "Wiggins, together with data on the Terrills, obtained 
by Mrs. Wiggins from England. 

Thacher. Bowman, George Ernest. Thankful (Sturgis) Thacher's will [1745] 
Mayfl. desc, XXV (July) 98-99. [2182 

ToMSON. Bowman, George Ernest. Abigail (Wadsworth) Tomson's will [1739] 
Mayfl. desc, XXV (Jan.) 20-25. [2183 



Bowman, George Ernest. The estate of Thomas Tomson of Halifax 

[1742] and the will of his widow Mary. Mayfl. desc, XXV (Oct.) 175-186. 

[2184 

Bowman, George Ernest. The estates of Peter and Ebenezer Tomson 



[1726/7] Mayfl. desc, XXV (Apr.) 56-59. [2185 

Van Meter. Smyth, Samuel Gordon. The origin and descent of an American 
Van Metre family collated from civil, church, military and family records. 
[Lancaster, Pa.: Lancaster press] [4], 46 p. plates, ports., col. coat of arms 

[2186 

For private circulation. 

Van Norden. Van Norden, Theodore Langdon. The Van Norden family, 
three hundred years in America, 1623-1923. South Salem, N. Y.: The Horse 
and Hound, vi, 74 p. illus., ports. [2187 

Waring. Waring, Joseph loor. Waring family. S. C. hist, mag., XXIV 
(July) 81-100. [2188 

Warren. Bowman, George Ernest. The will of James Warren of Plymouth 
[1711/12] and the estates of his widow and unmarried daughters. Mayfl. 
desc, XXV (Jan.) 3-15. [2189 

Washington. Hoppin, Charles Arthur. The good name and fame of the 
Washingtons. Tyler's quar. hist, and geneal. mag., IV (Jan.) 315-356. 

[2190 

A reply to an article upon the "Washington pedigree", by Charles H. Browning, published in the 
Pennsylvania magazine of history and biography, v. XLV (1921) p. 320-363, 



Moriarty, G. Andrews, jr. The Washington pedigree. Pa. mag. hist., 

XLVII (Jan.) 58-66. [2191 

A reply to an article by Mr. Charles H. Browning in the October 1921 number of the Peimsylvania 
magazine of history and biography. 

Pape, T. The Washington emigrants and their parents. Tyler's 



QUAR. hist, and geneal. MAG., IV (Jan.) 359-380. [2192 

Tyler, Lyon G. The deposition of John Washington. Tyler's quar. 



HIST. AND geneal. MAG., IV (Jan.) 357-358. [2193 

Weiersheiser. Weiersheiser, Nelson C. Genealogical and historical record of 
the ancestral descendants of Franz Weyershaiiser of Erbsdorf, kreis Marburg 
i. Hesse. Buffalo, N. Y. [The compiler?] 59 p. [2194 

Williams. Will of John Williams, 1768. R. I. hist, soc coll., XVI (July) 
91-94. [2196 

The will of John Williams of Newport. 

Wright. Hoppin, Charles Arthur. The Washington-Wright connection and 
some descendants of Major Francis and Anne (Washington) Wright. Tyler's 
quar. hist, and geneal. mag., IV (Jan.) 153-314. [2196 

Pefrine, Rowland Delano. The Wright family of Oysterbay, L. I., 



with the ancestry of and descent from Peter Wright and Nicholas Wright, 
1423-1923. N. Y. [The compiler?] [6], 236 p. illus., plates, ports., maps, 
facsims., geneal. tables, col. coat of arms. [2197 



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^ Regional Genealogy, Vital Records, etc. 

Acton, Mass. Vital records of Acton, Massachusetts, to the year 1850. Hrjston, 
Mass.: The New England liistoric genealogical society at the charge of the 
Eddy town-record fund. 311 p. [New England historic genealogical society, 
vital records of the towns of Massachusetts] (2198 

Albany, N. Y. Records of the Reformed Dutcii church of Albany, N. V. 
Holland soc. yr. bk., 1922 and 1923, 1-98. [2199 

Contents.— MarriaRcs— 1772 to 1779. Haptismal record— 1772 to 1779. Index of the marriage and 
baptismal rcKistcr of the Reformed I'rote.stant Dutch church of Albany, 1772-1779. 

Albemarle cc, Va. Albemarle county marriages [1800-1833]. Va. mag. hist., 
XXXI (Oct.) 333-338. [2199a 

Barnstable, Mass. Barnstable, Mass., vital records. Mayfl. desc, XXV 
(July-Oct.) 129-133, 147-150. [2200 

Cont. from v. XXIII. 1921. 

Boston, Mass. A record of deaths in Boston and vicinitv, 1799-1815. New 
Eng. hist, and geneal. reg., LXXVII (July-Oct.) 227-230; 312-321. [2201 

From a manuscript in the possession of the New England historic genealogical society. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. Frost, Josephine C. Genealogical gleanings from book no. 2 
of conveyances, Brooklyn, Kings co., N. Y. N. Y. geneal. and biog. rec, 
LIV (Apr.-Oct.) 105-111, 241-251, 303-319. [2202 

Charlotte co., Va. Marriage bonds in Charlotte county [1760-1780] Tyi.kr's 

QUAR. HIST. AND GENEAL. MAG., V (July) 67-70. [2202a 

Connecticut. Warner, Ransom. Records of Rev. Ransom Warner, 1823-1854, 
rector of St. Andrew's, Simsbury and Bloomfield, St. Peter's, Granby, St. 
John's, East Windsor, Connecticut. Also additional records, 1777, 1778, of 
Rev. Roger Viets, rector of St. Andrews, Simsburv. Hartford. [4], 42 p. 

[2203 
Registers of births. 

Dorchester co., Md. Marriage licenses issued in Dorchester countv, Mary- 
land, 1790-1802. Contributed bv the Rev. Charles Henry B. Turner. Pa. 
GENEAL. soc. PUB., VIII, no. 3, 252-260. [2204 

This installment gives the licenses issued Jan. 1790-Sept. 1794. 

Eastham, Mass. Eastham and Orleans, Mass., vital records. Mayfl. desc, 
XXV (Jan.) 40-42. [2205 

Cont. from v. XXIV, 1922. 

Exeter, Pa. Tombstone records from the old Cooper or Blanchard burial 
ground near no. 14 Breaker, Exeter township, Pa. Wy. hist, and geol. soc. 
PROc, XVIII, 134-138. [2206 

Fairfield co.. Conn. Lane, Mrs. Alexander H., comp. Connecticut marriages, 
1692-1832, Fairfield county record book. Pa. geneal. soc. pub., VIII, no. 3, 
275-283. [2207 

Contents. — Levet-Wynkoop. 
Cont. from v. VIII, no. 2, 1922. 

Fauquier co., Va. Marriage bonds, Fauquier countv, 1783-1785. Fauquier 
HIST. soc. BUL., no. 3, 314-316. ' [2208 

Wills, Fauquier county, w. b. no. 1. Fauquier hist. soc. bul., no. 3, 

317-320. [2209 

Fort Miller, N. Y. [Viele, Daniel] Fort Miller, N. Y., burial records. [Al- 
bany, N. Y.] 30 leaves. [2210 

Type-written copy. 

" Burial record kept by Daniel Viele of the interments at Fort Aliller, N. Y., between the years 1832 
and 1880 . . . copied from Mr. Viele's original record. Also some records of burials at Bacon Hill, 
N. Y." and neighboring family cemeteries. 

Franklin, Tenn. Marriage records from Franklin, Williamson countv, Tenn. 
Copied by Penelope J. Allen. D. A. R. mag., LVII (Nov.) 677. [2211 



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Geigertown, Pa. Tombstone inscriptions from Old Forest church and Lutheran 
church cemeteries, Geigertown, Berks co., Pa. Nation, geneal. soc. quar., 
XII (June) 17-20. [2212 

Genoa, N. Y. Lester, Claud F. Gravestone inscriptions, village cemetery, 
Genoa, Cayuga county, N. Y. N. Y. geneal. and bigg, rec., LIV (July) 
227-240. [2213 

Glenville, N. Y. [Luckhurst, Mrs. Charlotte (Taylor)] comp. Glenville, N. Y., 
cemetery records. [Albany ? N. Y.] 68 leaves. [2214 

Type-written copy. 

Gloucester, Mass. Vital records of Gloucester, Massachusetts, to the end of 
the year 1849. v. II. Marriages. Salem, Mass.: Pub. by the Essex insti- 
tute. 605 p. [2216 
V. I, pub. in 1917. 

Goshenhoppen, Pa. Hinke, William J., trans, and ed. Church records of 
Goshenhoppen Reformed charge, 1731-1833. [3], 272-490 p. (Pennsylvania. 
The German influence in its settlement and development. Pt. XXIX) [2216 

In Pennsylvania-German society. Annual report, September 12, 1917. v, XXVII. [Lancaster] 
Pub. by the Society, 1922. 

Groveland, Mass. Groveland church records. Essex inst. hist, coll., 
LIX (Jan.) 81-85. [2217 

Harwich, Mass. Harwich, Mass., vital records. Mayfl. desc, XXV (Apr.- 
July) 60-64, 100-101. [2218 

Hempstead, N. Y. Combes, George D. A. Early vital records of Hempstead, 
Long Island, N. Y., from the minutes of the meetings of the town justices and 
vestry, beginning 1704 and continuing to 1784. N. Y. geneal. and biog. rec, 
LIV (Jan.) 42-43. [2219 

Fish, John Dean. History and vital records of Christ's First Presby- 
terian church of Hempstead, Long Island, New York. N. Y. geneal. and 
biog. rec, LIV (Jan.-Apr.) 30-42, 138-150. [2220 

Contents.— Record of baptisms, 1830-1893. Deaths, 1821-1890. 

Fish, John Dean. The oldest burial ground in the town of Hempstead, 

L. I. N. Y. geneal. and biog. rec, LIV (July-Get.) 201-209, 335-345. 

[2221 

Historical account of the burial ground, and record of inscriptions. 

Jefferson co., Ky. Gammon, William Jefferson. Kentucky marriage records, 
Jefferson county, 1800 to 1826 — 2,336 marriages. Nation, geneal. soc. 
QUAR., XII (Sept.-Dec.) 33-47, 49-64. [2222 

King William co., Va. Cridlin, W. B. Some King William county, Va., 
records. Va. mag. hist., XXXI (Oct.) 341-345. [2223 

Genealogical records of the years 1700-1703. 

Long Island. [New York genealogical and biographical society] [Long Island, 
N. Y., family cemetery inscriptions from the following named cemeteries: the 
Lawrence cemetery, Stein way, Long Island City; the Riker and Luyster 
cemeteries, North Beach; and the Moore cemetery, Woodside. N. Y.: New 
York genealogical and biographical society] 19 numbered leaves. [2224 

Macon co.. III. Marriages performed by Rev. N. M. Baker in Macon county, 
Illinois— 1861-1921. III. hist. soc. jour., XVI, nos. 1-2, 129-133. [2225 

Maryland. [Brewer, John M.] com-p. List of early Maryland settlers (1634- 
1682), 20,000 names. [Baltimore? 1923?] 707 numbered leaves. [2225a 

An alphabetical list made from the 17 manuscript volumes in the Land oflace, Annapohs, by J. M 
Brewer and succeeding officers. 

The copy of the type-written list in the Library of Congress is one of several carbon copies provided by 
the Baltimore chapter of the Daughters of the American revolution as a contribution to the Maryland 
historical society. 

Maryville, Tenn. Marriage bonds from Maryville, Blount county, Tennessee 
[179.5-1802] Copied by Penelope J. Allen. D. A. R. mag., LVII (Feb.) 
90-92. [2227 



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MiDDLEBOROUGH, Mas8. MiddleboFough, Mass., vital records. Mayfl. dehc, 
XXV (Apr.-July) 87-89, 104-109. (2228 

Mlssouri. Schaaf, Ida M. Earliest Missouri records. Nation, gk.nkal. scjc. 
QUAH., XI (Jan.) 57-01. [2229 

(Contents.— Haptisrn.s contained in Book a, iSte. Oenevieve, 1764-17C8. 
Cont. from the July, 1922, number of the Quiirtcrly. 

Monongalia cc, W. Va, Tombstone inscriptions, Monongalia co., \V. Va. 
Nation, geneal. hoc. quau., XII (Mar.) 6-10. [2230 

Nashville, Tenn. Marriage records from Nashville, Davidson county, 'J'enn. 
Copied by Penelope Johnson Allen. D. A. R. mag., LVII (Aug.; 40.5- 
468. (2231 

Nebraska. The Nebraska and Midwest genealogical record, v. I, nos. 1-4. 
January-October, 1923. [Lincoln, Neb.: Pub. by the Nebraska genealogical 
society] 4 nos. ' (2232 

New Canaan, Conn. New Canaan, Fairfield county, Connecticut, Congrega- 
tional church records, 1733-1850 . . . [copied by] William Applebie l3aniel 
Eardeley. Brooklyn, N. Y. 2 v. (2233 

Type-written copy. 

New England. Holmes, Frank R. Directory of the ancestral heads of New 
England families 1620.-1700. N. Y. : The American historical society, inc. 
[4], cclxxiv p. (2234 

Originally published serially with "Americana," v. XIII-XVII, 1919-1923. 

New Haven, Conn. Jacobus, Donald Lines. Families of ancient New Haven. 
New Haven geneal. mag., II (Oct.) 257-320. (2235 

Contents.— A-B. 

New York state. Perry, Mrs. Alfred Tyler. Colebrook, Litchfield county. 
Conn., people who removed to New York state or "West " 1789-1840. N. Y. 
GENEAL. AND BioG. REC, LIV (Jan.) 69-73. [2236 

Data of value in tracing families who emigrated from Colebrook, Conn., to New York state. 

Newbury, Mass. Newbury church records. Admissions to the Third church 
(now the Unitarian). Essex inst. hist, coll., LIX (Jan.) 85-89. (2237 

Norfolk, co., Mass. Old Norfolk county records. EsgEX inst. hist, coll., 
LIX (Jan.- July) 90-96, 281-288. " [2238 

Cont. from v. LVIII, 1922. 

Old Lyme, Conn. Inscriptions from gravestones at Old Lyme, Conn. New 
Eng. hist, and geneal. REG., LXXVII (July) 194-213. ' [2239 

Philadelphia. Pa. Tourscher, F. E., ed. Holy Trinity baptismal records — 
register number two, 1796-1802. Am. Cath. hist. soc. rec, XXXIV fJune) 
151-194. [2240 

Plymouth, Mass. Plymouth, Mass., vital records [1754-1759] Mayfl. desc, 
XXV (Apr.-Oct) 51-54, 139-141, 187-189. [2241 

Plympton, Mass. Vital records of Plympton, Massachusetts, to the year 1850. 
Boston, Mass.: The New England historic genealogical society at the charge 
of the Eddy town-record fund. 540 p. [New England historic genealogical 
society. Vital records of the towns of Massachusetts]. (2242 

Alphabetical indexes to the manuscript records of the town, supplemented by information from church 
registers, cemetery inscriptions, and other sources. 

Pompton Plains, N. J. Pompton Plains, N. J. First Dutch Reformed church. 
Reformed Dutch church records of Pompton Plains . . . Records of Mont- 
ville . . . [Newark?] 268 numbered leaves. [2243 

Type-written copy. 

Port Byron, N. Y. Cowing, Janet McKay. Port Byron, Cayuga county, N. Y., 
gravevard inscriptions. N. Y. geneal. and biog. rec, LIV (Jan.) 59-62. 

(2244 



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Port Richmond, N. Y. Records of the Reformed Protestant Dutch church on 
Staten Island, Richmond county, N. Y., in the former tov/n of Northfield and 
now the Reformed church at Port Richmond, in the borough of Richmond, 
city of New York. Vohime two. Transcribed and edited by Royden Wood- 
ward Vosburgh. New York city. [4], iv, 255 numbered leaves, plates. 

[2245 
Autographed from type-written copy. 
This transcript of volume II of the Records covers the period 1790 to 1870. 

Putnam co., III. Spangler, Mrs. George, comp. Early marriages in Putnam 
county [1831-1844] III. hist. soc. trans., for the year 1922, 105-121. [2246 

Queens co., N. Y. Federal census, 1800. Queens county. Long Island, New 
York. N. Y. geneal. and bigg, rec, LIV (Jan.- July) 20-29, 112-121, 210- 
219. [2247 

Rensselaer co., N. Y. Shepard, Charles, and Milton Thomas, comp. Some 
Rensselaer county gravestone inscriptions. Washington, D. C: C. Shepard. 
27 numbered leaves. [Shepard genealogical series, no. 15] [2248 

Mimeographed copy. 

Richmond, N. Y. Records of Saint Andrew's Protestant Episcopal church at 
Richmond, Staten Island, in Richmond county, N. Y., in the former town of 
Northfield, and now in the borough of Richmond, city of New York. Volumes 
two and three. Transcribed and edited by Royden Woodward Vosburgh. 
New York city. [4], v, 207 numbered leaves. ' [2249 

Autographed from tj'pe-written copy. 

The first volume of the records was published in 1909 in the Collections of the New York genealogical 
and biographical society, v. IV, p. 245-273. The second volume covers the period from 1808 to 185S, and 
is here transcribed verbatim et literim, but of v. Ill which covers the period from 1857 to 1875, only the 
baptisms, marriages, and burials are here transcribed. 

Records of the Reformed Protestant Dutch church at Richmond, 






\ 



Staten Island, in Richmond county, N. Y., in the former town of Southfield and 
now in the Borough of Richmond, city of New York. Transcribed and edited 
by Royden Woodward Vosburgh. New York city. [4], iii, 50 numbered 
leaves. [2250 

With Rossville, N. Y. St. Luke's Protestant Episcopal church. Records . . . New York city 
1923. 
Autographed from type-written copy. 

Richmond co., Va. Delano, E. Carter. Some early marriages in Richmond 
county, Virginia. D. A. R. mag., LVII (Nov.) 675-676. [2251 

Rossville, N. Y. Records of Saint Luke's Protestant Episcopal church at Ross- 
ville, Staten Island, in Richmond county, N. Y., in the former town of West- 
field and now in the borough of Richmond, city of New York. Transcribed 
and edited by Royden Woodward Vosburgh. New York city. [4], viii, 74 
numbered leaves, plates. [2252 

Autographed from type- written copy. 

Russell, Mass. Parks, Frank S. Earliest residents of Russell, Hampden co,, 
Mass. Nation, geneal. soc. quae., XII (Mar.) 13-15. [2263 

SnEEwsBURr, Mass. Records of the church in the north parish of Shrewsbury, 
Mass. From a manuscript in the possession of the New England historic 
genealogical society. New Eng. hist, and geneal. reg., LXXVII (Jan.) 
17-33. [2264 

Siloam, N. J. Siloam cemetery inscriptions. Copied by Frank D. Andrews. 
ViNELAND hist. MAG., VIII (Jan.-July) 84, 102-104, 123-124. [2265 

C ONTENTS . — Tombleson- Youngq uist . 
Cont. from v. VII, 1922. 

South Carolina. Death notices from the South Carolina Gazette, 1781-1785. 
Nation, geneal. soc. quar., XI (Jan.) 53-57. [2256 

Webber, Mabel I., comp. Abstracts of records of the proceedings of 

the Court of ordinary, 1764-1771. S. C. hist, mag., XXIV (July) 101-115. 

[2267 

This installment contains the records of Jan. 2-Dec. 31, 1767. 
Cont. from v. XXIII, October 1922. 



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South Carolina. Webber, Mabel L., comp. Marriage and death notices from 

the [Charleston] City gazette (1797] S. C. iiiht. mao., XXIV fJan.-Julv) 
30-39, 69-80. (2258 

William Hort's journal. S. C. hist, mac, XXIV (Jan.) 40-47. (2259 

Hccords of biitlis, hai)ti.sms, marriages, dcallis, otc, in Charleston and vicinity, in the late IKili an(l 
early I'JIh (;cntiiric,s. 

Wills of South Carolina Huguenots. Hug. soc. S. C. trans., XX\'III, 

45-57. [2260 

Wills of Damaris de St. Julien (173f)), of Madelaine Rembert (17.34), and of John I'ostell, jr. n73f.). 

Tompkins cc, N. Y. Tompkins countv gravestone inscriptions, N. Y. geneal. 
AND BiOG. REC, LIV (Jau.-Oct.) 73-85, 167-176, 285-291, 358-392. [2261 
Contents. — Town of Oroton. Town of Lansinp. Town of Ulysses. 

ToMPKiNsviLLE, N. Y. Records of Saint Paul's Protestant Episcopal church 
at Tompkinsville, Staten Island, in Richmond county, N. Y., in the former 
town of Castleton. Now Saint Paul's memorial church, in the borough of 
Richmond, city of New York. Transcribed and edited by Royden Woodward 
Vosburgh. New York city. [4], x, 156 luimbered leaves. * (2262 

Autographed from type-written copy. 

Troy, N. Y. Mt. Ida cemetery inscriptions, Troy, N. Y. Work of the Philip 
Schuyler chapter, Daughters of the American revolution. [Trov?] 92 p. 

[2262a 

Venice, N. Y. Lester, Claud F. Graveyard inscriptions, Venice (Stewart's 
Corners), Cavuga county, N. Y., cemeterv. N. Y. geneal. and biog. rec, 
LIV (Jan.) 49-59. ^ [2263 

Vineland, N. J. Register of the First Presbyterian church of Vineland 1863- 
1887. Vineland hist, mag., VIII (Jan.) 68-72. [2264 

Alphabetical list of communicants (Sexton-Young). 
Cont. from v. VII, 1922. 

Vital records of Vineland. Vineland hist, mag., VIII (Jan.-Oct.) 

76-79, 88-92, 109-110, 130-135. (2265 

Records of marriages, births, and deaths, 1874-1876. 

Virginia. Glencross, Reginald M. Virginia gleanings in England. Va. mag. 
hist., XXXI (Apr.-Oct.) 164-167, 237-244, 319-325. [2266 

Qenealogical items from English records. 



Marriages performed by Rev. Paul Henkel in Rockingham, Shenandoah, 

Augusta and Botetourt counties, Va., and other localities [1792-1796] Nation, 
geneal. soc. QUAR., XII (Juue) 30-31. [2267 

Torrence, Clayton. Genealogical section. S. R. Va. quar. mag., II 



(Jan.-Oct.) 61-80, (Apr.) 51-74, (July) 29-47, (Oct.) 41-60. [2268 

Washington. Daughters of the American revolution. Washington. Rainier 
chapter. Vital statistics of Washington Territory, November 27, 1852 to 
November 1, 1862; presented by the Study class of Rainier chapter. Daughters 
of the American revolution. [Seattle] [4], 45, 25 numbered leaves. [2269 

Type-written copy. 

From the files of the first papers published in Washington Territory, at Olympia. 

Comp. by Susan M. Keppel and Alice V. Robinson. 

Washington co., Va. Marriage records from Washington countv, Va. Copied 
by Penelope Johnson Allen. D. A. R. mag., LVII (Mar.) 159-162. [2270 

Records prior to 1790. 

W^ESTCHESTER CO., N. Y. Bristol, Theresa Hall. Westchester county, N. Y., 

miscellanea. N. Y. geneal. and biog. rec, LIV (Jan.) 44-48, 132-137, 

278-285, 392-400. [2271 
Cont. from v. LIII, 1922. 

Westfield, N. J. Thomas, George W., comp. Inscriptions from the cemetery 
of the Presb3'terian church at Westfield in New^ Jersey from the year 1740 to 
the year 1899, copied from the old tombstones in the year 1899. San Fran- 
cisco, Cahf.: The Pioneer press. 32 p. illus. [2272 



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Westfield, N. Y. Records of the Reformed Protestant Dutch church, West- 
field, Staten Island, at Huguenot, Staten Island, in Richmond county, N. Y., 
in the former town of Westfield, and now in the borough of Richmond, city of 
New York. Transcribed and edited by Royden Woodward Vosburgh. New 
York city. [4], vii, 24 numbered leaves. [2273 

With Rossville, N. Y. St. Luke's Protestant Episcopal church. Records . . . N. Y., 1923. 
Autographed from type-written copy. 

York cc, Va. List of York county deeds and wills, 1702-1706, Book 12. Va. 
MAG. HIST., XXXI (July) 274-276. [2274 



MILITARY AND NAVAL HISTORY 

Arthur, Robert. Coast forts of colonial Massachusetts. Co.\.st ahtii.lkuy 
JOUR., LIX (Feb.) 101-122. (2276 

Arthur, Robert. Coast forts in colonial New Hampshire. Coa.st aktillkky' 
JOUR., LIX (June) 547-553. (2276 

Belote, Theodore T. War medals of the United States issued bv individual 
states. D. A. R. mao., LVII (May) 295-305. ' (2277 

Bond, P. S., and Enoch B. Garey. Wars of the American nation; the military 
history of the United States, from early colonial times to the end of the World 
war. With comments on the strategy and tactics of our military (jperations, 
the development of our military i)olicy and its influence on history. Annapolis, 
Md.: The New military library, v, 207 p. illus. (incl. maps). (The new 
military library) " " (2278 

Brunner, Frank J. In the hallowed area of our early sea struggles. D. A. K. 
MAG., LVII (Feb.) 83-87. (2279 

Cullen, E. J. Under five flags; the historv of the fortification at Mobile Bay. 
Coast artillery jour., LIX (Sept.) 22V232. (2280 

Cutler, Frederick Morse. The historv of military conscription, with especial 
reference to the United States. [Phila.] (7] p. (2281 

Abstract of thesis (ph. d.) Clark university, 1922. 
Reprinted from the Historical outlook, v. XIV, no. 5 (May 1923) 170-175. 

Dorst, James A. Ft. Humphreys and historical Belvoir. Mil. engineer, XV 
(July) 332-337. (2282 

Gallaher, Ruth A. The Iowa. Palimpsest, IV (Apr.) 101-112. (2283 

An account of the battleship "Iowa" during the Spanish American war and later. 

Goodrich, Caspar F. Farragut. U. S. N. inst. proc, XLIX (Dec.) 1961-1986. 

[2284 

Higginson, Francis J. Naval operations during the Revolutionary war. N. Y. 
STATE HIST. ASSOC. JOUR., IV (Apr.) 65-77. (2285 

King, T. W. Battle streamers restored. Infantry jour., XXIII (Julv) 130-135. 

(2286 

lejeune, John A. A brief historv of the U. S. marine corps. Marine corps 
GAZETTE, VIII (Mar.) 18-20. ^ (2287 

McClellan, Edwin North. American marines in the Revolution. V. S. N. inst. 
PROC, XLIX (June) 957-963. [2288 

McClellan, Edwin North. How the Marine band started. U. S. X. inst. proc, 
XLIX (Apr.) 581-586. [2289 

McClellan, Edwin North. Marine corps historv, 1807 to 1812. Marine corps 
GAZETTE, VIII (Mar.) 24-43. (2290 

McClellan, Edwin North. Marine corps historv, 1815 to 1817. Marine corps 
GAZETTE, VIII (Dec.) 269-293. ' [2291 

McClellan, Edwin North. The Navv at the battles of Trenton and Princeton. 
U. S. N. inst. proc, XLIX (NovJ 1848-1855. (2292 

McClellan, Edwin North. Will historv repeat itself? U. S. X. inst. proc, 

XLIX (Feb.) 249-252. ' [2293 

Apropos of the recent elTorts through proposed legislation to combine the Navy and War departments 

into one Department of defense, the writer calls attention to the fact that such an arrangement was in 

force from I7S9 until 179S, when the Navy department was established. 

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MuUer, William G. The Twenty fourth infantry, past and present; a brief histor if 
of the regiment compiled from official records, under the direction of the ' 
regimental commander, [n. p.] [128] p. illus. (incl. ports.). [2294 

Colored regiment. 

Page, Thomas Jefferson. Autobiographic sketch of Thomas Jefferson Page; 
submitted by Commander R. S. Crenshaw, U. S. navy. U. S. N. inst. proc, 
XLIX (Oct.) 1661-1691. [2295 

"This sketch is interesting ... for the valuable picture which it affords of life in the Navy nearly 
one hundred years ago." 

Paltsits, Victor Hugo. The U. S. brig *'Epervier" lost at sea in 1815. N. Y. 
PUB. LIB. BUL., XXVII (Dec.) 959-960. [2296 

Prints an "Account of the six months pay granted by Congress to the widows and heirs of the officers 
and men of the United States brig Epervier, lost at sea, and paid to the widows and heirs by Benjamin 
Homans, agent". 

Pleadwell, F. I. Edward Cutbush, m. d. [1772-1843] the nestor of the medical 
corps of the Navy. Ann. med. hist., V (Dec.) 337-386. [2297 

Pleadwell, F. L., and W. M. Kerr. Lewis Heermann, surgeon in the United 
States navy (1779-1833). Ann. med. hist., V (June) 113-145. [2298 

Reducing the army a century ago. Cavalry jour., XXXII (Jan.) 53-55. [2299 : 

Concerned with the reduction of the army from its war status to peace establishment following the 
War of 1812. 

Smith, Roy C, jr. Fifty years of service. U. S. N. inst. proc, XLIX (Oct.) 
1601-1608. [2300 

Reviews the history of the United States naval institute which celebrates its fiftieth anniversary 
this year (1923). 

Spears, John R. Slogans of the American navy. Herkimer co. hist. see. pap., 
V, 46-54. [2301 

Spence, Robert T. A TripoHtan war record. Letter dated November 12, 1804, 
written by Midshipman Robert T. Spence, u. s. n.; with introductory note 
by Professor AUan Westcott. U. S. N. inst. proc, XLIX (Apr.) 625-630. 

[2302 

West, Frank. West Point. Herkimer co. hist, soc pap., V, 39-45. [2303 



POLITICS, GOVERNMENT, AND LAW 
Diplomatic History and Foreign Relations 

Alvarez, Alejandro. Pun Amcricanisin and the international policy of America. 
Inteh-Ameuica, VII (Dec.) 69-88. (2304 

TranshiUon of au article published in Kcvista (Jhilena (Santiago, Chile) March and April, WZi. 

Alvarez, Alejandro. La Panam6ricanisme et la politique internationale de 
I'Amcrique. Rev. Geneve, no. 33 (Mar.) 257-282. [2305 

Bau, Mingchien Joshua. The open door doctrine in relation to China. \. Y.: 

Macmillan. xxiii, 245 p. [Knights of Columbus historical series] [2306 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Jan. 1924) 376-377; Am. jour, interuat. law, XVIII (Apr. 1924) 374-37o 

Bemis, Samuel Flagg. Jav's treaty; a study in commerce and di{)lomacv, 
N. Y.: Macmillan. xvi, l4], 388 p. map, fold. tab. [2307 

A study of Anglo-American diplomatic history during the first decade of American independence, 
at which time it was concerned definitely with two factors, the frontier and overseas commerce. The 
complications which arose from these two factors at an epochal period of European as well as of American 
history here interpret this decade. 
Rev. in: Am. jour, internat. law, XVII (Oct.) 809-810; Canad. hist, rev., IV (Dec.) 345-.347. 

Bemis, Samuel Flagg. The London mission of Thomas Pincknev, 1792-1790. 

Am. hist, rev., XXVIII (Jan.) 228-247. ' [2308 

The mission here described is of interest "as illustrating the early years of Anglo-American relations, 

particularly the development of the vexing question of impressment and the attitude of Washington's 

administration toward it". 

Benns, F. Lee. The American struggle for the British West India carrying trade, 
1815-1830. [Bloomington, Ind.] 207 p. (Indiana universitv studies, v. X, 
March, 1923. Study no. 56) ' [2309 

Thesis (pu. d.)— Clark university, 1920. 

Published also without thesis note. 

The American historical association awarded this monograph the Justin Winsor prize in American 
history for 1920. 

"The purpose of this study is to trace the diplomatic and legislative struggle waged by the United 
States government in the attempt to regain for American merchants the right to participate in the trade 
between the United States and the British colonies in the West Indies." From this trade American 
ships were excluded following the Revolution. 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Jan. 1924) 381-382. 

Borden, Sir Robert I. Political development and relations. Dalhousie rev., 
II (Jan.) 399-409. [2310 

An address delivered at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, October 6, 1922. The full title was 
"Political development and relations among the English-speaking peoples". 

Reviews briefly the history of constitutional development within the British Empire from 1787 up 
to the present and discusses the relations between the British Empire and the United States during 
the same period. 

Brown, George W. Haiti and the United States. Jour, negro hust.. VIII 
(Apr.) 134-152. [2311 

An historical survey of the foreign policy of the United States in regard to Haiti and San Domingo. 

Buell, Raymond Leslie. The development of anti- Japanese agitation in the 
United States— II. Pol. sci. quar., XXXVIII (Mar.) 57-81. [2312 

Carnegie endowment for international peace. Prize cases decided in the United 
States Supreme court, 1789-1918, including also ca^c^ on the instance side in 
which questions of prize law were involved; prepared in the Division of inter- 
national law of the Carnegie endowment for international peace, under the 
supervision of James Brown Scott, director. Oxford: The Clarendon press. 
3 V. (Publications of the Carnegie endowment for international peace. 
Division of international law, Washington) [2313 

Rev. in: Am. jour, internat. law, XVIII (Apr. 1924) 378-379. 

149 



150 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Dawson, William Harbutt. Imperial policy in the Old and the New world, 1885- 
1899. In The Cambridge history of British foreign policy. Ed. by Sir A. W. 
Ward . . . and G. P. Gooch. v. III. Cambridge: At the University press. 
p. 187-262. [2314 

Territorial settlements with the United States, 1887-1901— A. The Venezuela boundary dispute, 
1887-1899. B. The Behring sea fishery and Alaska disputes, 1893-1899. c. The Panama canal treaties, 
1899-1901. p. 222-228. 

Dennett, Tyler. Early American policy in Korea, 1883-7. Pol. sci. quae., 
XXXVIII (Mar.) 82-103. [2316 

Farrar, Victor J. Senator Cole and the purchase of Alaska. Wash. hist, quae., 
XIV (Oct.) 243-247. [2316 

Garber, Paul Neff. The Gadsden treaty. Phila.: Press of the University of 
Penns3dvania. viii, [4], 222 p. maps. [2317 

Published also as thesis (ph.d.) University of Pennsylvania, 1923. 
Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXX (Apr. 1925) 651-653. 

Graham, Malbone Watson, jr. The controversy between the United States and 
the allied governments respecting neutral rights and commerce during the 
period of American neutrality, 1914-1917. Austin, Tex.: The University. 
192 p. (Univ. of Texas bul., no. 2344: November 22, 1923.) [2318 

Great Britain. Historical manuscripts commission. Report on the manuscripts 
of Earl Bathurst, preserved at Cirencester Park. London: Pub. by H. M. 
Stationery office, xx, 788 p. " [2319 

The third Earl Bathurst held public office for many years, including that of Secretary of state for war 
from 1812 to 1828, and among the manuscripts of those years are several relating to the war with the 
United States, the negotiations at Ghent, and other American matters . 

Hunt, Rockwell D. A prize and a national policy: The contest for California. 
So. Cal. hist. soc. pub., XII, pt. 3, 128-139. [2320 

"This paper is a chapter from the author's forthcoming ' History of California: American period ' ." 
Concerned with the development of American policy in regard to the acquisition of California and 
diplomatic relations with England in relation thereto prior to the Mexican war. 

Inman, Samuel Guy. Pan-American conferences and their results. Southw. 
POL. SCI. QUAR., IV (Dec.) 238-266. [2321 

A survey of the Pan-American conferences of 1839, 1901, 1906 and 1910. 

Kloos, G. I. De handelspolitieke betrekkingen tusschen Nederland en de Veree- 
nigde Staten van Amerika (1814-1914). Amsterdam: H. J. Paris, vi, 214 p. 

[2322 

Montmorency, J. E. G. de. Sea-policy and the Alabama claims, 1861-1907. In 
The Cambridge history of British foreign policy. Ed. by Sir A. W. Ward . . . 
and G. P. Gooch. v. III. Cambridge: At the University press, p. 54-71. 



Newton, A. P. Anglo-American relations during the Civil war, 1860-1865. 
In The Cambridge history of British foreign policy. Ed. by Sir A. W. Ward 
. . . and G. P Gooch. v. II. Cambridge: At the University press, p. 
488-521. [2324 

Rippy, J. Fred. The negotiation of the Gadsden treaty. Southv/. hist, quar., 
XXVII (July) 1-26. [2325 

Robertson, William Spence. Hispanic-American relations with the United 
States, by William Spence Robertson. Ed. by David Kinley. N. Y., London 
[etc.] Oxford univ. press, xii, 470 p. illus. (maps) (Publications of the 
Carnegie endowment for international peace. Division of economics and 
history.) [2326 

Contents.— The age of transition in Hispanic America. The foundations of international inter- 
course. Political influence of the United States in Hispanic America. The Monroe doctrine, allied 
doctrines and intervention. Mediation, arbitration, and diplomatic adjustments. The United States 
and commercial intercourse with Hispanic America. Industrial enterprises of United States citizens 
in Hispanic America. Educational contact between the United States and Hispanic-American nations. 
Geographic explorations and other scientific achievements of a century. Pan-Americanism. Bibli- 
ography. Index. 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Jan. 1924) 363-364; Am. jour, internat. law, XVIII (Jan. 1924) 215-217. 



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Schieber, Clara Eve. The transformation of American Hentiment toward (U;r- 
nianv, 1870-1914. Boston and N. Y.: The Cornhill pub. co. xvi, 294 p. 

12327 

Published also as thesis (ph.d.) Clark University, 1920. 

Schrader, Frederick Franklin. Prussia and the United States, Frederick the 
Great's influoruH^ on th(; American revohition; liistorical sketch. [X. Y.?] 
16 p. illus. (Historical bulletin no. 2, The Concord society.) (2328 

Stock, leo Francis. The United States at the court of Pius IX. Cath. hi.st. 
REV., n. s. Ill (Apr.) 103-122. (2329 

Concerned with the di{)lom!iti(: reliitions between the United States and the Vatican, from \MH to 1S«7, 
when the American mission to Home came to an end. 

Talman, Charles Fitzhugh. Historic fishery di.sputes and agreements. Me.vtor, 
XI (July) 39-40. ^ (2330 

The story of the Newfoundland fishery dispute between Great Britiiin and the United States. 

L'Union panam^ricaine. Rev. AMfiitiquE lati.ve, VI. ru;. 22 (Oct.) 97-102. 

[2331 

Sketch of the origin and development of the Pan American Union. 

Winter, P. J. van. Onze eerste diplomatieke betrekkingen met de Vereeingde 
Staten. Tijdschrift v. gesch., XXXVIII, no. 1, 68-82. (2332 

Monroe Doctrine 

Brentano, I. Der Ursprung der Monroe-doktrin. Vierteljahrschrift fur 
SoziAL- UND WiRTSCHAFTSGESCHiCHTE (Berlin) XVII, HO. 1, 156-161. [2333 

Catellani, Enrico. II centenario dclla dottrina di Monroe. Nuova antologia, 
anno LVIII« (Dec. 1) 249-267. [2334 

Cleland, Robert G. One hundred years of the Monroe doctrine. Los Angeles: 
Times-Mirror press. 127 p. front, (port.) plates, facsims. [2335 

Le centenaire de la doctrine de Monroe. Rev. g6n. droit interxat. public, 
2« ser., t. V (Nov.) 571-594. [2336 

Cooke, Conway Whittle. An expanding doctrine. Outlook, CXXXV (Nov. 
28) 539-541. [2337 

An historical review of the Monroe doctrine. 

Corwin, Edward S. The Monroe doctrine. No. Am. rev., CCXVIII (Dec.) 
721-735. [2338 

Cresson, W. P. Chateaubriand and the Monroe doctrine. No. A.m. rev., 
CCXVII (Apr.) 475-487. [2339 

Cresson, W. P. Diplomatic portraits; Europe and the Monroe doctrine one hun- 
dred years ago. Boston and N. Y.: Houghton Mifflin co. xviii, 370 p. ports. 

[2340 

John Quincy Adams: the diplomacy of isolation: p. 185-232. Chateaubriand: the Monroe doc- 
trine: p. 291-311. James Monroe: a centenary portrait (182.3-1923): p. 312-371 . 
Rev. in Am hist, rev., XXIX (Apr. 1921) 599-600; Pol. sci. quar., XXXIX (Sept. 1924) 518-519. 

Gruening, Ernest. The Monroe doctrine — killed in its home. Nation. CXVII 
(Dec. 5) 630-631. [2341 

Hughes, Charles Evans. The Monroe doctrine after 100 vears. Current 
history (N. Y. Times) XIX (Oct.) 102-113. ' (2342 

Hughes, Charles Evans. Observaciones acerca de la doctrina de Monroe, discurso 
del honorable Charles E. Hughes, secretario de estado de los Estados Unidos, 
pronunciado ante la Asociaci6n del foro americano, en la ciudad de Minneapolis 
el 30 de agosto de 1923. Washington: Imprenta del gobierno. 23 p. [2343 

At head of title: La Union panamericana. 

Issued also in English. See no. 2344, below. 

Also published in Pan Am. union bol., LVII (Dec.) 555-575. 



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Hughes, Charles Evans. Observations on the Monroe doctrine. Am. bar 
ASSOC. JOUR., IX (Sept.) 559-566; and Am. jour, internat. law, XVII 
(Oct.) 611-628. [2344 

Address delivered at the forty-sixth annual meeting of the American bar association, at Minneapolis, 
August 30, 1923. 

Also published in the Report of the forty-sixth annual meeting of the American bar association, held 
at Minneapolis, Minnesota, August 29, 30, and 31, 1923. Baltimore: Lord Baltimore press, p. 243-266. 

Hughes, Charles Evans. Observations on the Monroe doctrine; an address by- 
Honorable Charles E. Hughes, secretary of state of the United States, delivered 
before the American bar association at Minneapolis, Minnesota, August 20, 
1923. Washington: Gov. print, off. 20 p. [2345 

lodge, Henry Cabot. One hundred years of the Monroe doctrine, by Henry 
Cabot Lodge, senator from Massachusetts, chairman. Committee on foreign 
relations. Washington: Gov. print, off. 14 p. ([U. S.] 68th Cong., 1st sess. 
Senate. Doc. 8) [2346 

"Reprinted by permission of Charles Scribner's sons, from Scribner's magazine for October, 1923" 
(v. LXXIV, p. 413-423). 

MacCorkle, William A. The personal genesis of the Monroe doctrine. N. Y. 
and London: Putnam, v, 102 p. port. [2347 

Morison, S. E. Les origines de la doctrine de Monroe, 1775-1823. Rev. sci. 
POL., XLVII (Jan.) 52-84. . [2348 

Lecture delivered at the University of Oxford, Mar. 17, 1923. Translated by M. Charles Bastide. 

Munford, Robert B., jr. Centenary of the Monroe doctrine. S. R. Va. quar. 
MAG., II (Apr.) 39-42. [2349 

Temperley, H. W. V. The Monroe doctrine. In The Cambridge history of 
British foreign policy, 1783-1919. Ed. by Sir A. W. Ward , . . and G. P. 
Gooch ... V. 11. Cambridge: At the University press, p. 68-72. [2350 

Thomas, David Y. One hundred years of the Monroe doctrine, 1823-1923. 
N. Y.: Macmillan. xii, 580 p. [2351 

Rev. in: Am. jour, internat. law, XVIII (July 1924) 655-658; Am. pol. sci. rev., XVIII (May 1924) 
414-415; Pol. sci. quar., XXXIX (Dec. 1924) 700-702. 

Constitutional History and Law 

Abbott, Lawrence F. John Marshall and Constitution day. Outlook, CXXXV 
(Sept. 26) 131-132. [2352 

Beck, James M. La constitution des Etats-Unis. Traduction par John Char- 
pentier. Paris: Colin, xxvii, 257 p. [2353 

A translation of his "The Constitution of the United States" (no. 2354, below) . 

Beck, James M. The Constitution of the United States; a brief study of the 
genesis, formulation and political philosophy of the Constitution of the United 
States together with two addresses on the Supreme court. Special National 
security league edition. N. Y.: Doran. xiv, 300 p. [2354 

Half-title: Beck's Gray's Inn lectures. 

Rev. in: Am. pol. sci. rev., XIX (Feb. 1925) 193-194. 

Beveridge, Albert J. Development of the American constitution under John 
Marshall. Minn, law rev., VII (Nov. 1922) supplement, 102-121. [2355 

Brown, Douglas W. Proposal to give Congress power to nullify Constitution. 
Va. law REG., n. s. VIII (Feb.) 721-739. [2356 

Burgess, John W. Recent changes in American constitutional theory. N. Y.: 
Columbia univ. press. 115 p. [2357 

Contents.— The system of government and liberty in the political science and constitutional law 
of the United States in the year 1898. The constitutional law of the United States in the year 1898. 
Constitutional development or transformation from 1898 to 1914. Constitutional development or 
transformation during the period 1914-1918. Re-survey and possible remedy. 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Apr. 1924) 582-583. 

Burton, Theodore E. The Constitution of the United States, its origin and dis- 
tinctive features; lecture on the Cutler foundation at the University of Roch- 
ester. New Haven: Pub. for the University of Rochester by the Yale univ. 
press. [6], 51 p. (The Cutler lecture for 1922) [2368 



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Cloud, A. J. Our Constitution, its story, its meaning, its use. Chicago, Atlanta 
[etc.] Scott, Foresman and co. 224 p. [2359 

Fuller, Raymond G. The Constitution among friends. Lit. digest intkhnat. 
BOOK HEv., I (Nov.) 42-43, 90. [2360 

A review of "The Constitution of the United States", by James M. Deck. See no. 2354, ahovf. 

Harris, Lawrence T. Guardians of the Constitution. Am. law hkv., IA'II 
(iMar.) 183-219; and Oue. law rev., II (Feb.) 73-105. [2361 

Presents historiciil evidence to show that it w;is the intention of the fniniers of the Constitution that 
the Supreme court should be empowered to pass upon the constitutionality of acts of CoiiRress. 

Also pub. in the Report of the proceedings of the 34th annual convention of the WashinKton state 
bar association . . . 1922. 

Harrison, Randolph. Compromises of the Constitution. Am. law rev., LVII 
(Mar.) 220-232; and Const, rev., VII (July) 1S3-191. [2362 

Compromises made at the Federal convention of 1787 by the ditlering interests. 

Rosenberry, Marvin B. Development of the federal idea. No. Am. rev., 
CCXVIII (Aug.) 145-169. [2363 

Traces the development of the federal idea in the United States and its acceptance by the jx-ople. 

Schuyler, Robert Livingston. The Constitution of the United States; an his- 
torical survey of its formation. N. Y. : Macmillan. viii, 211 p. [2364 

Contents.— American experiments in federalism. The Confederation. The framing of the Consti- 
tution. The adoption of the Constitution. The launching of the Constitution. 

The writer's "object has been neither to idealize nor to depreciate the work of the Fathers but to 
describe it, in its historical setting as a human achievement which has not grown less significant with 
the passing of the years". 

Uev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Apr. 1924) f)09-C10. 

Smith, F. Dumont. Decisive battles of constitutional law. Am. bar assoc. 
JOUR., IX (Feb.-Dec.) 109-111, 165-167, 234-236, 315-317, 385-387, 446-448, 
527-528, 649-652, 711-712, 807-810. [2365 

I. Marbury vs. Madison (1st Cranch, 137). II. Cohens vs. Virginia. III. McCulloch vs. state of 
Maryland (4 Wheat., 31G). IV. Gibbons vs. Ogden (9th Peters, I). V. The Dartmouth college case 
(The trustees of Dartmouth college vs. Woodward, 4th Wheaton 518). VI. The Charles River bridge 
case (The Charles River bridge vs. The Warren bridge, 11th Peters, 420). VII. The Genesee chief (12 
Howard 443). VIII. Dred Scott vs. Sandford (19 Howard 393). IX. In re Milligan (14 Wall. 2). X. 
The legal tender cases. 

Smith, F. Dumont. The story of the Constitution. Dallas, Tex.: Citizenship 
committee of American bar association. 47 p. [2366 

Stimson, Joseph Whitla. Treaties made or w-hich shall be made under authority 
of the United States. Minn, law rev., VII (Jan.) 113-132. [2367 

A brief historical survey of the treaty-making power under the Constitution. 

Tandberg, Oluf. Iconoclasm in American historv. Dalhousie rev.. Ill (Julv) 

212-219. * [2368 

Concerned with the Pelatiah W^ebster theory of the origin of the Constitution, as put fonvard by 

the late Hannis Tavlor in a number of treatises. See "Writings on American history," 1911, no. 2459, 

and 1912, nos. 2363 and 2364. 

Thompson, William D. John Marshall: his constitutional decisions. Mar- 
quette LAW REV., VII (Apr.) 111-130. [2369 

Vandenberg, Arthur Hendrick. If Hamilton were here today; American funda- 
mentals applied to modern problems. N. Y. and London: Putnam, xxxv, 
366 p. plate, ports., facsims. [2370 

Politics 

Alexander, De Alva Stanwood. Four famous New Yorkers; the political careers 
of Cleveland, Piatt, Hill and Roosevelt; forming volume four of "The political 
historv of the state of New York" 1882-1905. N. Y.: Holt, xvii, 488 p. 

[2371 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Apr. 1924) 575-576; Am. pol. sci. rev., XVII (Nov.) 670-672. 

Arnett, Alex Mathews. The Populist movement in Georgia. Ga. hist, quar., 
VII (Dec.) 313-338. [2372 

Auchampaugh, P. G. John B. Flovd and James Buchanan. Tyler's quar. 

HIST. AND GENEAL. MAG., IV (Apr.)"' 381-388. [2373 

Throws light on the subject of his relations with President Buchanan at the time of his resignation . 

54381—26 12 



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Boothe, Viva Belle. The political party as a social process. Phila. 130 p. 
illus. (map) diagrs. [2374 

Thesis (ph. d.) University of Pennsylvania. 

" Part I of this thesis looks to the origin, development and extension of the two-party system in the 
United States, . . . Part II seeks to establish the thesis that third parties have been the means by 
which political parties in the United States have been made to conform to changing economic and social 
environment." 

Boughter, I. F. Western Pennsylvania and the Morrill tariff. Western Pa. 
HIST. MAG., VI (Apr.) 106-133. [2375 

Brooks, Robert 0. Political parties and electoral problems. N. Y. and London: 
Harper. 638 p. illus. (incl. forms) plate. [2376 

" The purpose of this book is to interpret American political parties with a view primarily to the needs 
of voters and those who are soon to become voters." 

Development of parties in the United States prior to the Civil war: p. 47-65. Development of parties 
in the United States, 1860-1912: p. 66-88. Campaigns and issues of 1916 and 1920: p. 89-103. Minor 
parties and their platforms in 1920: p. 104-139. 

Catt, Carrie Chapman, and Nettie Rogers Shuler. Woman suffrage and politics; 
the inner story of the suffrage movement. N. Y.: Scribner. xii, 504 p. [2377 

Darling, Arthur B. The Workingmen's party in Massachusetts, 1833-1834. 
Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Oct.) 81-86. [2378 

Dunbar^ Louise Burham. A study of "monarchical" tendencies in the United 
States, from 1776 to 1801. Urbana: University of Illinois. 164 p. (Uni- 
versity of Illinois studies in the social sciences, v. X, no. 1) [2379 
Rev. in: Am. pol. sci. rev., XVII (Aug.) 482-483. 

Gosnell, Harold F. Thomas C. Piatt — political manager. Pol. sci. quae., 
XXXVlil (Sept.) 443-469. [2380 

Leonard, Adam A. Personal politics in Indiana, 1816 to 1840. Ind. mag. 
HIST., XIX (Mar.-Sept.) 1-56, 132-168, 241-281. [2381 

Discusses the formation and success of the Jackson party, the reaction and the rise of the whigs, and 
state politics from 1828 to 1840. 

Lynch, William 0. The character and leadership of Stephen A. Douglas. Miss. 
Valley hist, assoc. proc, X, pt. 3, 454-467. [2382 

A defense of Douglas's political judgments. 

McElroy, Robert. Grover Cleveland, the man and the statesman; an authorized 

biography, N. Y. and London: Harper. 2 v. ports. [2383 

Rev. in: Am. pol. sci. rev., XVIII (May 1924) 389-392; Pol. sci. quar., XXXIX (June 1924) 333-337. 

Malcolm, James. Jackson campaign of 1824 recalled. State service, VII 
(May) 154-156. [2383a 

Morse, Anson Daniel. Parties and party leaders. With an introduction by 
Dwight Whitney Morrow. Boston: Marshall Jones co. xlii, 267 p. (The 
Amherst books) [2384 

A collection of political and historical articles which were published at different times during Pro- 
fessor Morse's life. 

Contents.— Introduction. The place of party in the political system. What is a party? The 
natural history of party. The politics of John Adams. Alexander Hamilton. Causes and conse- 
quences of the party revolution of 1800. The political influence of Andrew Jackson. The Whig party. 
The cause of secession. Our two great parties: their origin and tasks. The significance of the Demo- 
cratic party in American politics. The Republican party. Equality in taxation. Commercial union 
with Canada. The commercial relations of American countries. 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Jan. 1924) 341-342; Am. pol. sci. rev., XVII (Nov.) 667-668; Canad. 
hist, rev., IV (Dec.) 359. 

Nevins, Allan. Early abolition days in New York city; when Lincoln, the 
radical westerner, was upheld by William CuUen Bryant, John Bigelow and 
their kind against eastern public sentiment. State service, VII (Jan.) 46-48. 

[2384a 

Nichols, Roy Franklin. The Democratic machine, 1850-1854. N. Y.: Columbia 
university; [etc.] 248 p. ports. (Columbia univ. stud., v, CXI, no. 1; 
whole no. 248) [2385 

Published also as thesis (ph. d.) Columbia university, 1923. 

"The history of the Democratic party during the interlude between the sectional struggles of 1850 
and 1854 presents an excellent field for the study of the genus politician. ... As most of the leading 
Democrats of this period were prominent in the strife which led to secession and civil war, the study 
which follows is an introduction to the part played by the Democratic party in the years from 1854 to 
1860." cf. Foreword. 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (July 1924) 810-811; Am. pol. sci. rev., XVIII (May 1924) 402. 



i^m 155 

Nichols, Roy Franklin. Sonio problems of the first K'publican presidential 
cuinpaign. Am. just, rev., XXVIII (Apr.) 492-40^). (2386 

Pease, Theodore Calvin, cd. Illinois ol(K-tion returns, 1H18-1H4H; edited with 
introduction and notes. Springfield, 111.: The Trustees of the Illinois state 
liistoriciil library. Ixviii, 598 p. (111. state hist. lib. coll.. v. XVIII. (Sta- 
tistical series, v. I]). (2387 

Plumer, William. William Plumer's memorandum of [jr-'cccdings in the United 
States Senate, lS();i-18()7, ed. by Everett Somervilk; Brf>wn. N. Y.: Mae- 
millan. ix, 07.'^ p. (University of Michigan publicaticnis. (Humanistic 
papers]). (2388 

A political diary of the period. 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Jan., 1924) .3.'')0-3.')l. 

Ross, Earle Dudley. The nationalization of the DenKK-ratlc party — An interpre- 
tation in contemporarv political history. Hist, outlook, XIV (Ajjr.) l.'iO- 
134. ^ (2389 

Smith, Paul Tincher. Indiana's last October campaign. I.nd. mag. hi.st., XIX 
(Dec.) 332-345. (2390 

Until 1881 elections in Indiana were held in October inste^ul of Novcinher. The campaign of 1880 
Is here described. 

Sears, Louis Martin. New York and the fusion movement of IKOO. III. hlst. 
soc. JOUR., XVI, nos. 1-2, 58-62. (2391 

Concerned with the fusion of the Doughis forces and the Bell-Everett men in the campaign of IMiO, 
as found in the John Bell papers in the Library of Congress. 

Titus, W. A. A bit of New York historv and an unpublished letter of lienrv 
Clay. Wis. mag. hist., VII (Dec.) 214-218. (239i2 

Concerned with the career of Governor X. P. Tallmadge of Wisconsin «iuring the period of his service 
as U. S. Senator from New York, 18.33-1844. The letter of Henry Clay, Oct. 30, 1841, throws light on 
the strained relations that existed between President Tyler and the men who helped elect him on the 
ticket with General Harrison. 

Trumbull, Lyman. A collection of letters from Lyman Trumbull to John M. 
Palmer, 1854-1858. Compiled and edited by George Thomas Palmer. III. 
hist. boc. JOUR., XVI, iios. 1-2, 20-41. (2393 

Fifteen letters, written during the period 1854-1858, and largely concerned with political affairs, state 
and national. 

Wittke, Carl. Ohio's German-language press in the campaign of 1920. Miss. 
Valley hist, assoc. proc, X, pt. 3, 468-480. [2394 

Wolstoncraft, Joseph B. Western Pennsvlvania and the election of 18(30. 
Western Pa. hist, mag., VI (Jan.) 25-38. (2395 

Law 

Caldwell, Louis 6. Early legislation regulating the practice of medicine. III. 
law rev., XVIII (Dec.) 225-244. [2396 

Carrington, R. W. The impeachment trial of Samuel Chase. Va. law rev., 
IX (May) 485-500. [2397 

Coudert, Frederic R. Warren's, The Supreme court in United States history. 
III. law quar., VI (Dec.) 13-36. [2397a 

Cushman, Robert Eugene. The historv of the Supreme court in r6sum6. Minx. 

LAW REV., VII (Mar.) 275-305. [2398 

a discussion of the recently published history of the Supreme court hy Charles Warren (The Supreme 

court in United States history, hy Charles Warren. Boston: Little, Brown and co., 1922), with a 

r4sum6 of its contents. 

Denny, J. 0., ed. The Bar association of San Francisco; an illustrated historv 
from 1872-1924. San Francisco: A. Wheeler. 116 p. ports. [2399 

Haines, Charles Grove. Histories of the Supreme court of the United States 
written from the federalist point of view. Austin, Tex. 35 p. [2400 

Reprinted from the Southwestern political and social science quarterly, v. IV, no. 1, June 1923. 

Kemp, W. Thomas. The American bar association; its organization, history and 
achievements. Minn, law rev., VII (June) 520-529. [2401 



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Lawton, Alexander R. ''The Supreme court in United States history." Ga. 
HIST. QUAE., VII (Dec.) 289-312. [2402 

A review of "The Supreme court in United States history," by Charles Warren (Boston: Little, 
Brown and co., 1922). 

McBride, C. E. The position and influence of the lawyer in American history. 
In the Proceedings of the Ohio state bar association, v. XLIII . . . Colum- 
bus, Ohio: F. J. Heer print, co. p. 125-136. [2403 

McBride, Thomas A. Reminiscences of the Oregon bar. Ore. law rev., II 
(Apr.) 135-149. [2404 

McCanna, Francis I. Study of the history and jurisdiction of Rhode Island 
courts. Am. Irish hist. soc. jour., XXII, 170-195. [2405 

Warren, Charles. New light on the history of the federal judiciary act of 1789. 
Harv. law rev., XXXVII (Nov.) 49-132. ' [2406 

Williams, Samuel Cole. History of the Courts of chancery of Tennessee. Knox- 
ville, Tenn.: Knoxville Kthographing co. 19 p. [2407 

Reprinted from the Tennessee law reviev^, v. II, p. 6-23. 

Wilson, Samuel M, The first land court of Kentucky. In the Proceedings of the 
tv/enty-second annual meeting of the Kentucky state bar association, held in 
Covington, Ky., . . . July 5 and 6, 1923. Louisville, Ky. : Press of Wester- 
field-Bonte co. p. 226-285. [2408 

National Government and Administration 

Bernhardt, Joshua. The Division of conciliation; its history, activities and orga- 
nization. Baltimore, Md. : The Johns Hopkins press, x, 37 p. (Institute 
for government research. Service monographs of the United States govern- 
ment, no. 20) [2409 

Bernhardt, Joshua. The Interstate commerce commission; its history, activi- 
ties and organization. Baltimore, Md. : The Johns Hopkins press, xii, 169 p. 
(Institute for government research. Service monographs of the United States 
government, no. 18) [2410 

Bernhardt, Joshua. The Railroad labor board; its history, activities and orga- 
nization. Baltimore, Md.: The Johns Hopkins press, x, 83 p. (Institute 
for government research. Service monographs of the United States govern- 
ment, no. 19) [2411 

Borgeaud, Charles. Federal characteristics of the Swiss and American unions, 
II. Const, rev., VII (Oct.) 199-211. [2412 

This number is devoted to the growth of constitutional government in the United States. The section 
relating to Swiss federalism is contained in the July number of the " Review". 
The same article, in French, is given in the Revue de Geneve, no. 35. See no. 2413, below. 

Borgeaud, Charles. Le federalisme en Suisse et aux Etats-Unis. II. Rev« 
Geneve, no. 35 (May) 601-618. [2413 

Conover, Milton. The Federal power commission; its history, activities and 
organization. Baltimore, Md.: The Johns Hopkins press, xi, 126 p. (Insti- 
tute for government research. Service monographs of the United States gov- 
ernment, no. 17) [2414 

Conover, Milton. The General land office; its history, activities and organiza- 
tion. Baltimore, Md.: The Johns Hopkins press, xii, 224 p. (Institute for 
government research. Service monographs of the United States government, 
no. 13) [2415 

Freund, Ernst. The growth of American administrative law, by Ernst Freund, 
Robert V. Fletcher, Joseph E. Davies, Cuthbert W. Pound, John A. Kurtz 
and Charles Nagel. St. Louis: Thomas law book co. 190 p. [2416 

Historical survey, by Ernst Freund: p. 9-41. 

Haskin, Frederick J. The American government. Washington: F. J. Haskin. 
484 p. plates. [2417 

At head of title: Revised, enlarged, illustrated. 



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WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY, 1023 157 

Haynes, George H. The president and the senate. Coi.. hoc. Mahk. pch., 
XXIV. 180-182. 12418 

Discussion of contacts between the president and the senat(! during Washington's administration. 

Holt, W. Stoll. The (3fFice of the chief of en^irjeers of the army; its non-military 
history, activities, and organization. liaitimore, Md.: The Johns Hopkins 
press, xii, lOG p. (Institute; for government research. Service monographs 
of the United States government, no. 27) [2419 

Hughes, Robert M. Our vice-presidents and the method of their election. 
Const, kev., VII (Oct.) 218-227. [2420 

A brief historical review of the vice-presidency from the beginning of our government through the 
McKinley administration. 

Ogg, Frederic A., and P. Orman Ray. Introduction to .\mcrican government; 
the national government. N. Y.: Century co. vi, .572 p. (The Ceritury 
political science series) (2421 

Comprises parts 1, II and III of a volume entitled "Introduction to .\merican government", r)ub. 
in 1922. 

Schmeckebier, Laurence F. The Public health service; its history, activities and 
organization. Baltimore, Md.: The Johns Hopkins press, xiii, 298 p. (In- 
stitute for government research. Service monographs of the I'nited States 
government, no. 10) [2422 

Schmeckebier, Laurence F., and Francis X. A. Eble. The Bureau of internal 
reveiuic; its liistory, activities and organization. Baltimore, Md.: The Johns 
Hopkins press, xiii, 270 p. (Institute for government research. Ser\ ice 
monograplis of the United States government, no. 25) [2423 

Short, Lloyd Milton. The development of national administration in the United 
States. Baltimore, Md.: The Johns Hopkins press, xviii, 514 p. (The In- 
stitute for government research. Studies in administration) [2424 
Also issued as thesis (ph. d.) University of Illinois, 1922. 

Smith, Darrell Hevenor. The Bureau of education; its history, activities and 
organization. Baltimore, Md.: The Johns Hopkins press, xiii, 157 p. (In- 
stitute for government research. Service monographs of the United States 
government, no. 14) [2426 

Smith, Darrell Hevenor. The United States Employment service; its history, 
activities and organization. Baltimore, Md.: The Johns Hopkins press, xii, 
130 p. tables. (Institute for government research. Service monographs of 
the United States government, no. 28) [2426 

Smith, Herbert Arthur. Federalism in North America; a comparative study of 
institutions in the United States and Canada. Boston: Chipman law pub. co. 
V, 328 p. [2427 

Rev. in: Am. pol. sci. rev., XVII (Nov.) 650-652; Canad. hist, rev., IV (Dec.) 359-361. 

Weber, Gustavus A. The Bureau of pensions; its history, activities and organi- 
zation. Baltimore, Md.: The Johns Hopkins press, xi, 111 p. (Institute for 
government research. Service monographs of the United States government, 
no. 24) [2428 

Weber, Gustavus A. The Women's bureau; its histor\', activities and organiza- 
tion. Baltimore, Md.: The Johns Hopkins press, x, 31 p. (Institute for 
government research. Service monographs of the United States government, 
no. 22) [2429 



158 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCL\TION 

State and Local Government and Administration 

[Arranged alphabetically by states] 

Black, Henry Campbell. The formation of the first state constitutions. Const. 
REV., VII (Jan.- Apr., Oct.) 22-33, 99-109, 237-247. [2430 

Hicks, John D. The constitutions of the Northwest states. Lincoln [University 
of Nebraska] 162 p. (University of Nebraska. University studies, v. XXIll, 
nos. 1 and 2) [2430a 

Opens with a chapter on the movement for statehood in the several territories considered and closes with 
a short account of the admission of the six States to the Union. 

Berry, Burton Y. The influence of political platforms on legislation in Indiana, 
1901-1921. Am. pol. sci. rev., XVII (Feb.) 51-69. [2431 

Briggs, John E., and Jacob Van Ek. The legislation of the fortieth General 
assembly of lov/a. Ia. jour, hist., XXI (Oct.) 507-676. [2432 

This assembly was in session from January 8 to April 17, 1923. 

Fleming, William H. The second officer in the government. Ann. Iowa, 3d ser., 

XIII (Jan.) 529-548. [2433 
Discusses, historically, the lieutenant-governorship in Iowa, and reviews briefly cases when the federal 

vice-presidency has become vacant. 

Mott, David C. Iowa political conventions and platforms. Ann. Iowa, 3d ser., 

XIV (July-Oct.) 33-58, 101-145. [2434 

Publishes the party platforms of the political parties of Iowa since 1840, which have not already been 
placed in standard and recognized publications. 

Robeson, George F. The government of special charter cities in Iowa. Iowa 
City, la. : The State historical society. 286 p. [2435 

Published also as thesis (ph. d.)— University of Iowa, 1923. 

Benjamin F. Shambaugh, editor. 

" The present study attempts a treatment of the whole problem of the incorporation of cities by special 
charter in Iowa and covers the period from 1838 to 1923. The purpose of this study has been to show the 
origin, history, and present status of the cities operating under special charter both as areas of local self- 
government and as administrative units of the State." 

Perlman, Philip B., comp. Debates of the Maryland constitutional convention 
of 1867 (as reprinted from articles reported in the Baltimore Sun). Balti- 
more: Hepbron and Haydon. 636 p. [2436 
"The Sun's reports of convention written by Frank A. Richardson." 

Massachusetts (Colony) General court. House of representatives. Journals of 
the House of representatives, 1722-1723. [Boston] The Massachusetts 
historical society, xvii, 233 p. port., facsim. (Massachusetts historical 
society. Journals of the House of representatives, v. IV) [2437 

Introduction signed: Worthington Chauncey Ford. 

Metcalf, H. H. Last vear of the old regime. Granite mo., LV (Jan.) 21-24. 

[2438 

An account of political administration in New Hampshire during the year 1854-1855, the election of 
1854 being "the last in Nev/ Hampshire at which a clear majority of all the votes cast were for the Demo- 
cratic ticket, until that of November last". 

North Carolina. Governor. Public letters and papers of Thomas Walter Bickett, 
governor of North Carolina, 1917-1921. Comp. by Santford Martin, private 
secretary to the governor. Ed. by R. B. House, archivist, North Carolina 
historical commission. Raleigh: Edwards and Broughton print, co., state 
printers, vi, 394 p. port. [2439 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (July 1924) 813-814. 

Van Hecke, M. T. Legislative power in North Carolina. N. C. law rev., I 
(Apr.) 172-181. [2439a 

Traces the development of the judicial conception of the source and scope of state legislative power and 
of the function of the constitution in connection with the legislature. 

Ellis, Albert H. A history of the constitutional convention of the state of Okla- 
homa. [Muskogee, Okla.: Economy print, co.] [12], 188, iii p. port., 
facsims. [2440 

Reyes, Jose S. Legislative history of America's economic policy toward the 
Philippines. N. Y. : Columbia university [etc.] 205 p. (Columbia univ. 
stud., CVI, no. 2; whole no. 240) [2441 



SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC HISTORY 

General 

Blackwell, Alice Stone. Woman's 75-year fight. Nation, CXVII fJulv 18) 
.53-54. 12442 

The story of the first womau's rights convention, held at Seneca Falls, N. Y., July, 1848. 

Denehie, Elizabeth Smith. The Harmonist movement in Indiana. Ind. mag. 
HIST., XIX (June) 188-200. [2443 

Krout, John A. The genesis and development of the early temperance move- 
ment in New York state. N. Y. state hist, ahsoc. jour., IV (Apr.) 78-98. 

[2444 

Agriculture; Forestry; Land 

Bogart, Ernest Ludlow. Economic history of American agriculture. N. Y., 
Chicago [etc.] Longmans, x, 173 p. illue., diagr., maps. [2445 

Chapters from the author's Economic history of the United States (X. Y.: Longmans. 1st. ed., 
1907. 3d ed., rev., 1922). 

Carrier, lyman. The beginnings of agriculture in America. N. Y. and London; 

McGraw-Hill book co. xvii, 323 p. illus., plates. [2446 

" It is intended that this book may serve as a text in agricultural courses in our schools and colleges.' 

Collins, G. N. Notes on the agricultural history of maize. Am. hist, assoc. 
REP., for the year 1919, I, 409-429. [2447 

Harper, Roland M. Development of agriculture in Georgia from 1850 to 1920. 
A series of four articles, from the Georgia historical quarterlv (Macon, Georgia) 
vol 6, nos. 1-4, 1922-1923. University P. O., Ala.: The author. 4 pts. 
illus. (maps), diagrs. [2448 

Hay ward, W. J. Early western Pennsvlvania agriculture. Western Pa. hist, 
mag., VI (July) 177-189. " [2449 

This study is limited to the period prior to 1800. 

Holmes, George K. Some features of tobacco history. Am. hist, assoc. rep., 
for the year 1919, I, 385-407. [2460 

Historical notes regarding the culture and the use of tobacco. 

Schmidt, Louis Bernard. The westward movement of the com growing industrv 
in the United States. Ia. jour, hist., XXI (Jan.) 112-141. [2451 

Warner, Marjorie Fleming. The earliest American book on kitchen gardening. 
Am, hist. ASSOC, rep., for the year 1919, I, 431-442. [2452 

Commerce and Industry 

Benns, F. Lee. The American struggle for the British West India carrying-trade, 
1815-1830. [Bloomington, Ind.] 207 p. (Indiana university studies, v. X, 
March, 1923. Study no. 56) [2453 

Thesis (ph. d.)— Clark university, 1920. 
Published also without thesis note. 

The American historical association awarded this monograph the Justin Winsor prize in American 
history for 1920. 

Bishop, Avard Longley, and Albert Galloway Keller. Industry and trade; his- 
torical and descriptive account of their development in the United States. 
Boston, N. Y. [etc.] Ginn. vi, 426 p. illus., maps, diagr. [2454 

Cleaveland, Dorothy Kendall. The trade and trade routes of northern New York 
from the beginning of settlement to the coming of the railroad. N. Y. state 
HIST. ASSOC. JOUR., IV (Oct.) 205-231. [2455 

159 



160 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 



Clemen, Rudolf Alexander. The American livestock and meat industry. N. Y 
Ronald press co. ix, 872 p. [2456 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Jan. 1924) 359-361. 

Cowdrick, Edward B. Industrial history of the United States. N. Y.: The 
Ronald press co. viii, 414 p. [2457 

Dale, Edward Everett. The ranchman's last frontier. Miss. Valley hist, rev., 
X (June) 34-46. [2458 

A study of the ranch cattle industry in Oklahoma. 

Fellows, Charles L. History of the Yale lock. Herkimer co. hist. soc. pap, 
V, 117-123. [2459 

A sketch of Linus Yale [1797-1868] and his invention of the Yale lock. 

Harris, Mrs. W. L. The American clock fathers. Mentor, XI (Nov.) 33-35. 

[2460 

An account of early American clock making. 

Herkimer county historical society. The story of the typewriter, 1873-1923, 

published in commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary of the invention of 

the writing machine. Herkimer, N. Y. [N. Y.: Press of A. H. Kellogg co.] 

142 p. illus. (incl. ports., facsims.) [2461 

Foreword signed: John W. Vrooman. 

Hill, Howard Copeland. The development of Chicago as a center of the meat 
packing industry. Miss. Valley hist, rev., X (Dec.) 253-273. [2462 

"The concentration of the meat packing industry in Chicago is in large measure a story of the influ' 
ence of transportation." 

Hill, Joseph J. Ewing Young in the fur trade of the far Southwest, 1822-1834, 
Eugene, Ore.: Koke-Tiffany co. 33 p. facsim. [246S 

Reprinted from the Oregon historical society quarterly, v. XXIV, no. 1. 

Paine, Ralph D. The ships and sailors of old Salem; the record of a brilliant 
era of American achievement. Revised with a new preface by the author and 
with a new and complete index. Boston: Charles E. Lauriat co. xvii, 471 p, 
col. front., plates, ports., map, facsims. [2464 

Tells the story of the merchant explorers and fighting seamen of Salem in the days when the American 
merchant marine was at its zenith. 

Puckett, Erastus Paul. The attempt of New Orleans to meet the crisis in her 
trade with the West. Miss. Valley hist, assoc. proc, X, pt. 3, 481-495. 

[2465 

Concerned with the efforts exerted by the commercial interests of New Orleans to retain the trade 
from the West which in the fifties was being diverted to the East by rapidly developing railroad and 
canal systems. 

Schmidt, Louis Bernard. The westward movement of the corn growing industry 
in the United States. Ia. jour, hist., XXI (Jan.) 112-141. [2466 

Schultze, Ernest. Die Entwicklung des Walfangs der Vereinigten Staaten, 

ViERTELJAHRSCHRIFT FUR SOZIAL- UND WiRTSCHAFTSGESCHICHTE (Berlin) XVI, 

1921, nos. 1-2, 130-147. [2467 

Smith, Clayton Lindsay. The history of trade marks. [N. Y.] 71 p. illus. 

[246S 

Stephens, George Ware. Some aspects of early intersectional rivalry for the 
commerce of the upper Mississippi valley. Wash. univ. stud., humanistic 
ser., X, no. 2 (Apr.) 227-300. [246& 

Traces the steps by which, during the period from about 1840-1860, the control and handling of the 
commerce of the upper Mississippi valley region was wrested from St. Louis and the south and diverted 
to Chicago and the east, the main factor in this change being the development of railroad transportation 
from the Atlantic states to the Mississippi river. 

The story of the typewriter, 1873-1923. Official bulletin, Herkimer county 
historical society. Herkimer co. hist. soc. pap., V, 261-265. [247(^ 

Concerned with the celebration by the Herkimer county historical society, of the 50th anniversary 
of the invention of the typewriter, at Ilion, N. Y., Sept. 1923. 






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WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY, 1923 IGl 

Communication; Transportation; Public Works 

Baker, W. W. Tlie building of the Walla Walla & Coluinhia river railroad. 
Wash. hist, quar., XIV (Jan.) 3-13. (2471 

Benson, William S. The merchant marine. Am. Irish hist. hoc. jour., XXII, 
71-85. (2472 

Birch, John J. First passenger railroad in the United States. Jour. A.m. hist., 
XVII, no. 1, 73-83. (2473 

The Mohawk and Hudson railroad, chartered in 182.'), now the New York central and Hud.son river 
railroad. 

Boucher, Henri. La marine marchande am6ricaine dc 1585 au 11 novembre 
1918. Politique maritime commcrciale des fitats-Unis d'Am^rique apros la 
giierre mondiale. Paris: Rousseau et cie. xi, 190 p. (2474 

Brannon, Peter A. Three Notch road. Arrow points, VII (Sept.) 35-38. 

(2475 
An historical account of the military road from Pensacola, Florida, to Fort Mitchell, in .\labania, 
built in 1S24. 

Brown, Henry ColUns. America on the seas; the speed of old-time clipi)er ships. 
Rev. of rev., LXVIII (Aug.) 162-163. (2475a 

Bundy, C. Lynn. The Maritime association of the port of New York; historical 
review of the past fifty years. [N. Y. : Press of Andrew H. Kellogg co.] 143 p. 
illus. (incl. ports., facsim.). (2476 

Byers, Ohver Philip. Early history of the El Paso line of the Chicago, Rock 
Island and Pacific railway. Kansas hist. soc. coll., XV, 573-578. (2477 

Cannon, F. A. Historic glimpse of the Green Bay-Chicago road. Wis. mag., I 
(Mar.) 50-51, 56-57. (2478 

Coy, Owen C. The ponv express — its history. Grizzly Bear, XXXIII (Sept.) 
4-5. [2479 

Floyd-Jones, Elbert. A relic of the highway, the origin and use of milestones. 
Am. scenic and hist, preservation soc. rep., XXVIII, 211-249. [2480 

Gilman, L. C. The Spokane, Portland and Seattle railroad companv. Wash. 
HIST. QUAR., XIV (Jan.) 14-20. ' (2481 

Hafen, L. R. Butterfield's overland mail. Cal. hist. soc. quar., II (Oct.) 
211-222. (2482 

Tells the story of the overland mail service established in 1858 between St. Louis, Mo., and San 
Francisco, Cal. 

Hafen, L. R. The overland pony express; how the route of the first transcon- 
tinental railroad was determined. Overland, LXXXI (Sept.) 8-10. (2482a 

Hauck, Louise Piatt. The pony express celebration. Mo. hist, rev., XVII 
(July) 435-439. [2483 

Celebration, by seven states, in 1923, commemorating the beginning of the pony express in 1860. 

Hawes, Charles Boardman. The storv of the ship Globe of Nantucket. At- 
lantic, CXXXII (Dec.) 769-779. ^ [2484 

The story of the mutiny aboard the whaler "Globe" which sailed from Edgartown, Massachusetts, 
in December 1822. 

Morison, Samuel Eliot. The old American merchant marine. Landmark, V 
(Dec.) 793-799. [2485 

New York. Engineer and surveyor. The story of the X'ew York state canals; 
historical and commercial information, [by] Dwight B. La Du, state engineer 
and surveyor. Albany. 24 p. illus., map. [2486 

Plumb, R. G. Lake Michigan disasters. Wis. mag., I (Aug.) 7-9, 37. [2487 

Historical account of shipwrecks and other disasters on Lake Michigan. 

Plumb, R. G. The romance of Great Lakes navigation. Wis. mag., I (Mav) 
5-7, 52-53, (June) 24-25, 55-57. [2488 



162 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Plumb, R. G. The romance of Wisconsin navigation. Wis. mag., I (Ji 
15-17, 42. [2 

Riegel, Robert E. The Missouri Pacific railroad to 1879. Mo. hist, b 
XVIII (Oct.) 3-26. [2 

A study of early trans-Mississippi railroad agitation and construction. 

Riegel, Robert E. Trans-Mississippi railroads during the fifties. Miss. Val: 
HIST. REV., X (Sept.) 153-172. [2 

Seabright, J. M. The pony express will ride again. Outlook, CXX^ 
(Aug. 22) 633-635. [2 

Between Aug. 31 and Sept. 12, 1923, the states of Missouri, Kansas, Colorado, Wyoming, U 
Nevada, and California celebrated the progress made in transportation since the days when the i 
was carried on horseback from St. Joseph, Mo., to the Pacific coast, 1860-1861, and a trip like that ol 
pony express rider was made by William Frederick Cody Goodman during those days. 

Shaw, William B. New York's canal system — I. A century's growth. Rev. 
REV., LXVII (Jan.) 53-56. [24 

Stephens, George Ware. Some aspects of early intersectional rivalry for the C( 
merce of the upper Mississippi valley. Wash. univ. stud., humanistic s 
X, no. 2 (Apr.) 227-300. [2 

Traces the steps by which, during the period from about 1840-1860, the control and handling ol 
commerce of the upper Mississippi valley region was wrested from St. Louis and the south and dive 
to Chicago and the east, the main factor in this change being the development of railroad transports 
from the Atlantic states to the Mississippi river. 

Tapley, Harriet S. Capt. Samuel Page and his vessels; an account of the shipp 
industry at New Mills in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centur 
Danvers hist. soc. coll., XI, 92-111. [2' 

Thompson, H. W. The "Olden, golden days" of the pony express; its con 
bution to western civilization to be demonstrated by a re-enactment of 
first race made in the sixties. Overland, LXXXI (Sept.) 5-6. [241 

Trottman, Nelson. History of the Union Pacific; a financial and econoi 
survey. N. Y.: Ronald press, vi, 412 p. illus. (maps) plates. [2- 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Apr. 1924) 580-582. 

Williams, William Henry. Anthracite development and railway progress, i 
Irish hist. soc. jour., XXII, 86-96. [2- 

Finance; Money 

[Allen, George H. H.] New Bedford five cents savings bank, incorporated A] 
18, 1855, organized May 5, 1855, opened May 26, 1855. New Bedford, Mj 
[Reynolds, printer] 58 p. plates, port. [2' 

Bayles, W. Harrison, and Frank AUaben. A history of banks and banking 
the citv of New York. Jour. Am. hist., XVII, nos. 2-4, 169-190, 237-2 
361-378. [2^ 

Contents.— X. Banking during the war of 1812. XI. The Second bank of the United States. - 
A gradual improvement of banking standards in the cities. 
Cont. from v. XVI, 1922. 

Behrens, Kathryn L. Paper money in Maryland, 1727-1789. Baltimore: 1 
Johns Hopkins press. 98 p. (Johns Hopkins univ. stud., ser. XLI, no. 1^ 

[2^ 

Published also as thesis (ph. d.) Johns Hopkins university. 

Bradbeer, William W. New Jersey paper currency, 1709-1786. N. J. hist, s 
PROC, n. s. VIII (Jan.) 12-19; and Union co. hist soc. proc, 1923, 13- 

[2f 

Cable, John Ray. The Bank of the state of Missouri. N. Y.: Columbia u 
versity. 321 p. (Columbia univ. stud., v. CII, no. 2; whole no. 232) [2f 
Published also as thesis (ph. d.) Columbia university, 1923. 
A study of the financial history of Missouri during the period from 1819 to 1877. 

Collins, James H. Ninety years of the Greenwich savings bank, the th 
trustee savings bank, founded in New York city, July 1st, 1833; with 
account of old Greenwich village and of trustee or mutual savings ban 
N. Y. 73 p. illus. [2( 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY, 1923 163 

Martin, Asa Earl. Lotteries in Pennsvlvania prior to 1833. Pa. MAri. hist., 
XLVII (Oct.) 307-327. ' (2503 

Viallate, Achille. Les finance.s aniericaine.s, 1789-1922. Pari.s: Soci6te d'c'tufles 
et d'information.s 6coriomiques. 63 p. (2504 

Labor 

Albrecht, Arthur Emil. International seamen's union of America; a study of its 
history and i)rol)lems. vi, 120 p. (2506 

Thesis (ph. d.)— Columbia university, 1923. 

Published also as Bulletin of the United States IJurcau of labor stati:3tics, no. 342. Miscellaneous 
series. 

Hess, Edith. State regulation of woman and child labor in Kansas. Ka.nsa.s 
HIST. soc. COLL., XV, 279-333. (2506 

I. Early industrial conditions in Kansas. II. History of labor legislation. III. Organizations for 
the regulation of labor. IV. Administration of the labor laws. 

James, Alfred P. The first convention of the American federation of labor, 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, November 15th-18th, 1881. Western Pa. hist, 
mag., VI (Oct.) 201-233. (2507 

McMurry, Donald L. The industrial armies and the commonweal. Miss. 
Valley hist, kev., X (Dec.) 215-252. (2508 

Concerned with the crusaders of "the Commonweal of Christ" and the "industrial armies" who 
followed the movement that was called "Co.xeyisra", in 189.3-1894. 

McMurry, Donald I. Kelly's army. Palimpsest, IV (Oct.) 325-345. (2509 

The industrial army which, during the Populist movement of 1894, was piloted across the continent 
from San Francisco to Washington by General Charles T. Kelly. 

Libraries; Societies; Institutions 

Chicago. Public library. The Chicago public library, 1873-1923; proceedings 
at the celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of the opening of the library, 
Januarv first, fourth and sixth, 1923. 9(3 p. illus. (facsim.) plates, ports. 

[2510 

The Franklin library. Boston pub. lib. bul., 4th ser., V (Apr.) 97-99. [2511 

Brief historical sketch of the Franklin library, now part of the collection of the Boston public library. 

The Gilbert collection. Boston pub. lib. bul., 4th ser., V (July) 213-216. [2512 

Brief historical account of the library of John Gilbert, now belonging to the Boston public library. 

The John Adams library. Boston pub. lib. bul., 4th ser. V (Jan.) 1-3. [2513 
Brief historical sketch of the John Adams library, now part of the collection of the Boston public 
library. 

Lathrop, Olive C. History of Michigan law libraries and their relation to general 
libraries in Michigan. Law lib. jour., XVI (Oct.) 15-23. [2514 

Lonn, Ella. The historv of an unusual librarv. Ind. mag. hist., XIX (Sept.) 
209-225. * "^ [2515 

The Public library at La Porte, which was started as the La Porte reading-room and library associa- 
tion, in 1863. 

Lydenberg, Harry Miller. History of the New York public library: Astor, 

Lenox and Tilden foundations. N. Y.: The Xcw Yr.vk public librarv. x, 

643 p. plates, ports., plan. "(2516 

Originally published in the Bulletin of the New York public library, v. XX-XXI (1916-1917), v. 

XXIV-XXV (1920-1921). 

The Parker library. Boston pub. lib. bul., 4th ser., V (Oct.) 361-367. [2517 

Brief historical sketch of the collection of books formed by Theodore Parker and bequeathed by him 
to the Boston public library. 

Freemasons. Detroit, Mich. Fiftieth anniversarv, Mt. Tabor lodge no. 106 
A. F. & A. M. Detroit [The Lodge] ports. ' [2517a 

Freemasons. Fitchburg, Mass. Centennial memorial of Thomas Royal arch 
chapter. Fitchburg, ^lassachusetts. 1821-1921, prepared bv Companic^n 
Frederick A. Currier. Fitchburg: The Chapter. 114 p. ports. [2518 



164 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Freemasons. Waynesburg, Pa. Record of the one hundredth anniversary of 
Wavnesburg lodge, no. 153, Free and accepted masons, July seventeenth, 
1917. [Phila.] 68 p. plate, facsim. [2519 

Knauflf, Theodore C. A history of the Society of the sons of Saint George, estab- 
lished at Philadelphia, for the advice and assistance of Englishmen in distress, 
on Saint George's day, April 23, 1772, with the several charters of the society, 
the first and the present by-laws, complete alphabetical list of members from 
1772 to 1923, . . . [Phila.] 256 p. plates, ports., facsims. [2520 

New Hampshire historical society. Addresses delivered at the observance of 

the centennial of the New Hampshire historical society, September 27, 1923. 

Concord, N. H.: The Society. 71 p. [2521 

Contents.— President's address, by C. R. Corning. General John Stark, by G. Woodbury. The 

historical society of today, by W. C. Ford. 

Rea, Paul Marshall. Our first American museum. Museum work, V (Jan.) 
87-88. [2522 

Sketch of the Charleston museum, Charleston, S. C, founded in 1773. 

Schock, Hiram. The history of the Masonic fund society for the county of 
Alleghenj^ from the year 1847 to 1923; with biographical sketches of deceased 
members of the Board of trustees. Pittsburgh, Pa. 329 p. plates. [2523 

Shimer, Herbert D,, com-p. History of the Independent order of Odd fellows in 
the district of Schenectady, N. Y., including all the working subordinate and 
Rebekah lodges, encampments and cantons within the territory of Schenec- 
tady county, New York; with a brief introductory chapter on American Odd 
fellowship, by Justice Henry V. Borst. Schenectady, N. Y. 187 p. illus., 
ports. [2524 

Life and Manners 

Evans, Charles, jr. Eighteenth-century golf in America. Scribner's, LXXIV 
(July) 21-24. [2525 

Hale, Philip. Musical and theatrical life in a New England village in the sixties. 
Mass. hist. soc. proc, LVI, 335-343. [2526 

A description of life in Northampton, Massachusetts. 

Haynes, Elizabeth Ross. Negroes in domestic service in the United States 
Jour, negro hist., VIII (Oct.) 384-442. [2527 

Mainly a statistical study of the last two decades. 

Miller, Warner. How farmers lived and worked in the forties. Herkimer co. 
HIST. soc. PAP., V, 25-36. [2528 

Stearns, Elinor. A kitchen of 1825 in a thriving New England town. Granite 
MO., LV (Aug.) 390-394; and Old-time New England, XIII (Jan.) 125- 
130. [2529 

Philanthrophy and Social Welfare 

Baldwin, Edwin R. The historical development of tuberculosis prevention in 
America with special reference to New York state. N. Y. state hist, assoc. 
JOUR., IV (Oct.) 205-231. [2530 

Bitter, Henry C. A history of the Lutheran orphans' and old folks' home at 
Toledo, Ohio. Toledo, O.: The Toledo Lutheran pub. co. 61 p. illus., 
port. [2531 

Pickett, Sarah Elizabeth. The American national Red Cross, its origin, purposes, 
and service. N. Y. : Century co. xiv, 210 p. illus., plates, ports. [2532 

Swanson, Nina. The development of public protection of children in Kansas. 
Kansas hist. soc. coll., XV, 231-278. [2533 



1923 165 

Population and Race Elements 

Brawley, Benjamin. Early clFort for industrial (Klucation. [(.'harlottcsville? 
Va.] 15 p. (The Trustees of the John F. Slater fund. Occasional pajjcrs, 
no. 22) 12534 

"The present paper endeavors simply to call to mind one of the half-fornotten chapters in the history 
of the education of the ne^ro, and to siiow that even before tlie Civil w:ir there was emphasis on indus- 
trial training." 

Brawley, Benjamin. Significant davs in negro historv. So. workman, LII 
(Feb.) 86-90. " [2535 

Brown, W. H. The education and economic d(!velopinent of the negro in Vir- 
ginia. (Cluirlottesville, Va. : Surber-Arundah; co., 1923?] 150 p. nuips, 
diagrs. (L'niv. of Va. pub. Phelps-Stokes fellowship papers, no. 0) [2536 

Traces the development of the education of the negroes in Virginia, and ixiints out its relationship to 
their economic and social progress. Mainly concerned with the |)eriod since emancipation. 

Hendrick, Burton J. The Jews in America. Garden Citv, X. Y.: Doubleday, 
Page and co. [10], 171 p. map. ' [2537 

Lucas, Henry Stephen. A document relating to Dutch immigration to Iowa in 
1846. Ia. jour, hi.st., XXI (July) 457-465. [2538 

Includes a translation of the rules adopted at Utrecht on December 25, 1846, by the Netherlandish 
association for emigration to the United States of North America. 

McSweeney, Edward F. The racial contribution to the United States. Intro- 
duction to series. [New Haven, Conn.: Knights of Columbus historical com- 
mission, 1923?] 18 p. [2539 

Myers, Jacob W, The beginning of the German immigration in the Middle West. 
III. hist. soc. jour., XV, nos. 3-4, 592-599. [2540 

Pieters, Aleida J. A Dutch settlement in Michigan. Grand Rapids, Mich.: 
The Reformed press, Eerdmans-Sevensma co. 208 p. port., plate, maps. 

[2541 

Thesis (ph. d.)— Columbia university, 1923. 

Schoell, Franck Louis. La question des noirs aux fitats-Unis. Preface de 
Maurice Delafosse. Paris: Payot. 284 p. [2542 

Wolf, Horace J. A history of the Jews of Rochester [X. Y.] Rochester hist. 
soc. PUB. FUND SER., II, 191-203. [2543 



Printing and Publishing 



Brigham, Clarence Saunders. Franklin's German newspaper, 1751-52. Mass. 
hist. soc. proc, LVI, 301-305. [2544 

Remarks concerning the writer's recent discovery of Benjamin Franklin's German and English 
newspaper of 1752, in the Massachusetts historical society. This is the first bilingual newspaper in 
America. 

Century company. The storv of the Century co., 1870-1923. [X. Y.: The 
Century co.] 31 p. ' [2545 

Clark, .William E. A pioneer negro newspaper; "The Xew York age". So. 
WORKMAN, LII (Jan.) 16-20. [2546 

Gilmore, Grace L. The five oldest family newspapers in Missouri. Mo. hist. 
REV., XVII (Jan.) 167-186. ^ [2547 

Five early newspapers of Missouri each of which, with one exception, has been owned and edited by 
one family down to the present time. 

Harper and brothers. More than one hundred vears of publishing . . . N. Y. 
[etc.] Harper. [13] p. illus. ^ [2548 

Caption title: More than one hundred years of publishing; the romantic story of the house of Harper 
established in New York city in 1S17. 
Cover-title and inside back cover illustrated. 

Himes, George H. First newspapers of southern Oregon and their editors. Ore. 
HIST. soc. QUAR., XXIV (Mar.) 56-67. [2549 



166 AMEBIC AN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Houghton MifRin company. Park street, new and old, 1828-1923. Boston, 
N. Y. [etc.] Houghton Mifflin co. 15 p. illus. [2550 

"Brief summary of the history and organization of the house of Houghton Mifflin company." 

Hutchinson, Elmer T. A forgotten Elizabethtown [N. J.] newspaper, the "Essex 
patriot". N. J. hist. soc. proc, n. s. VIII (July) 210-219. [2551 

The first issue appeared on April 20, 1785. 

International typographical union of North America. Union no. 13. Leaves of 
history from the archives of Boston typographical union no. XIII, from the 
foundation of the Boston typographical society to the diamond jubilee of its 
successor. Compiled and printed for Boston typographical union. [Boston: 
Wright and Potter print, co.] xiv, 125 p. plates, ports., facsim. [2552 

Meany, Edmond S. Newspapers of Washington Territory. Wash. hist, quae., 
XIV (Jan.-Oct.) 21-29, 100-107, 186-200, 269-290. . [2553 

Cont. from v. XIII, 1922. 

Bibliographic list, with extensive notes, of the pioneer newspapers of Washington. 

Merritt, Percival. Courier politique de I'univers, Boston, 1792-1793. Col. 
soc. Mass. pub., XXIV, 296-299. [2554 

The "Courier politique de I'univers" was the second French newspaper published in Boston. 

Stevens, Walter B. The new journalism in Missouri. Mo. hist, rev., XVII 
(Apr.-July) 321-330, 470-478, XVIII (Oct.) 55-63. [2555 

The new journalism in Missouri had its beginning in the decade 1870-1880. 

Tooker, I. Frank. As I saw it from an editor's desk. Century, CVI (Sept.- 
Oct.) 723-733, 925-933; CVII (Nov.-Dec.) 129-140, 257-268. [2556 

Reminiscences of the associate-editor of the Century magazine, who has been on the staff for 38 years. 
I. When our magazines were young. II. The early years of The Century magazine. III. My first 
day in the editorial rooms of the Century. IV. Learning the ropes. 

Warner, Marjorie Fleming. The earliest American book on kitchen gardening. 
Am. hist. ASSOC, rep., for the year 1919, I, 431-442. [2557 

Description of a book entitled, "Treatise on gardening, by a citizen of Virginia", ascribed to John 
Randolph (1727-1784), the last King's attorney of Virginia. The work was published at Richmond as 
early as 1793 or 1794, and there had apparently been yet earlier printings. 

Watson, Elmo Scott. History of auxiliary newspaper service in the United 
States. Champlain, 111.: Illini publishing co. 46 p. [2558 

Wilson, H. W., firm, publishers. A quarter century of cumulative bibliography: 
retrospect and prospect. N. Y.: The H. W. Wilson co. 44 p. ports. [2559 
On cover: A quarter century of cumulative bibliography, 1898-1923. 

With the makers of books in America. Lit. digest internat. book rev., I 
(May) 50-51, (June) 50-51, (July) 51-52, (Aug.) 42-43, (Sept.) 56-57, (Oct.) 
50, 52, (Nov.) 64, 91; II (Dec.) 68-69. [2560 

I. The house of Putnam. II. The house of Scribner. III. The house of Harper. IV. The Century 
company. V. The house of Appleton. VI. The house of Houghton MifHin. VII. The house of Little, 
Brown. VIII. The house of Button. 



RELIGIOUS HISTORY 
General 

Faulkner, John Alfred. The tragic fate of a famous scminarv. Bin. satra., 
LXXX (Oct.) 449-464. " (2561 

A sketch of the history of Andover theoloKical seminary from its foundation to its affiliation with the 
Harvard divinity school to form the Theological school in Harvard, in 1922. 

Steiner, Bernard C. Religious freedom in provincial Marvlaiifi. .\m. hi.st. 
HEv., XXVIII (Jan.) 258-259. " [2562 

Particular Denominations 

[Arranged alphabetically by denominations] 
Baptist 

Carroll, J. M. A history of Texas Baptists; comprising a detailed account of their 
activities, their progress and their achievements, by J. M. Carroll . . . ed. 
by J. B. Cranfill. Dallas, Tex.: Baptist standard pub. co. xii, [6], 1030 p. 
plates, ports. [2563 

Lee, Walter M. A little visit to the Baptist church on the Kioka. Rev. and 
EXPOSITOR, XX (July) 317-330. [2564 

The first Baptist church in the state of Georgia, founded in 1772. 

linville, Va. Baptist church. Church book of the Baptist church, located at 
Linvill Creek, Rockingham countv, Virginia, 1755-1844. [n. p.] 88 leaves. 

[2565 

Type-written by Mildred E. Hill. 

Riley, B. F. A memorial history of the Baptists of Alabama; being an account 
of the struggles and achievements of the denomination from 1808 to 1923. 
Phila., Boston [etc.] Printed for the Alabama Baptist state convention by the 
Judson press. 403 p. plates, ports. [2566 

Catholic 

Barnum, Francis. Development of the early Jesuit missions. Am. Cath. 
HIST. see. REC, XXXIV (Dec.) 362-373. [2567 

Fellner, Fehx, trans, and ed. Trials and triumphs of Catholic pioneers in west- 
ern Pennsvlvania (as revealed bv their correspondence). Am. Cath. hist. 
soc. REC, XXXIV (Sept.) 195-261, 287-344. [2568 

Letters from the archives of Baltimore, during the years 1785-1815, comprising the letters of pioneer 
priests in western Pennsylvania to Bishop Carroll. 

Fenwick, Edward. A letter of Bishop Edward Fenwick. St. Louis Cath. 
HIST. REV., V (Apr.) 175-177. [2569 

Written from Detroit, August 23, 1832. 

Glennon, John J. The coming of the Jesuit Fathers to St. Louis. St. Louis 
Cath. hist, rev., V (Apr.) 93-98. [2570 

Sermon delivered by Archbishop John .T. Glennon, D. d., on the occasion of the Jesuit centennial 
celebration, St. Louis, Sunday, May 20, 1923. 

Guilday, Peter. Church reconstruction under Bishop England, 1822-1842. 
EccLES. REV., LXVIII (Feb.) 135-147. [2571 

Guilday, Peter, cd. The national pastorals of the American hierarchy^ (1792- 
1919) with a foreword, notes, and index. Washington, D. C: National 
Catholic welfare council, xiii, 358 p. [2572 

167 



168 AMEKICAN HISTOKICAL ASSOCIATION 

Herron, Sister Mary Eulalia. Work of the Sisters of Mercy in the United States. 
Am. Cath. hist. soc. rec, XXXIV (Mar.-Dec.) 50-78, 113-150, 262-281, 
344-361. [2573 

Contents.— Archdiocese of Baltimore, 1852 to 1921. Archdiocese of San Francisco, 1854-1921. Arch- 
diocese of St. Louis, Missouri, 1856-1921. Archdiocese of Cincinnati, 1858-1921. 
Cont. from v. XXXIII, 1922. 

Holweck, F. G. Abbe Joseph Anthony Lutz. St. Louis Cath. hist, rev., V 
(Oct.) 183-204. [2574 

A sketch of a priest who was associated with the early history of the diocese of St. Louis. 

Holweck, F. G. Contribution to the ''Inglesi affair". St. Louis Cath. hist. 
REV., V (Jan.) 14-39. [2575 

Publishes a number of documents in regard to the participation of the priest, Angelo Inglesi, in the 
"Hogan war between the Bishop of Philadelphia and the trustees of St. Mary's church", 1823. 

Holweck, F. G. Father Beauprez' letters. St. Louis Cath. hist, rev., V (Jan.) 
40-53. [2576 

Prints a number of letters written by Father Pierre F. Beauprez, of the diocese of St. Louis, 1831-1833 
the contents of which are "significant for the history of the beginnings of the Church at Pine Bluff, 
Ark., and of the reconstruction of the ancient mission at the post of Arkansas". 

Krmpotic, M. D. Life and works of the Rev. Ferdinand Konscak, s. J., 1703- 
1759, an early missionary in California. Boston: The Stratford co. 167 p. 
plates, maps. [2577 

McCann, Sister Mary Agnes. The history of Mother Seton's daughters: the 
Sisters of charity of Cincinnati, Ohio, 1809-1923. v. III. N. Y. and London: 
Longmans, xv, 321 p. [2578 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Apr. 1924) 610-611. 

McGovern, Patrick A. History of the diocese of Cheyenne. St. Louis Cath. 
HIST. REV., V (Jan.) 5-13. [2579 

The Montana missions. Am. Cath. hist. soc. rec, XXXIV (Mar.) 32-49. 

[2580 

a review of "Indian and White in the Northwest; a history of Catholicity in Montana, 1831 to 1891", 
by L. B. Palladino (Lancaster, Pa., 1922), written by Mother Mary St. Luke, Rosemont college. Rose- 
mont. Pa. 

Notes on the history of the post of Arkansas. St. Louis Cath. hist, rev., V 
(Jan.) 54-57. [2581 

Prost, Joseph. Letter of Father Joseph Prost. St. Louis Cath. hist, rev., V 
Apr.) 177-179. [2582 

Vi^ritten from Green Bay, Wis., Mar. 12, 1836. 

Rosati, Joseph. Diary of Bishop Rosati — 1826. St. Louis Cath. hist, rev., V 
(Jan.) 60-88. [2583 

Rothensteiner, John. The first years of Bishop Kenrick's administration of St. 
Louis diocese. St. Louis Cath. hist, rev., V (Oct.) 205-229. [2584 

Savage, Sister Mary Lucida. The congregation of Saint Joseph of Carondelet; 
a brief account of its work in the United States (1650-1922). With an intro- 
duction by Most Reverend John Joseph Glennon. St. Louis, Mo., and London: 
B. Herder book co. xviii, 334 p. plates, ports. [2585 

Also published as thesis (ph. d.) Catholic university of America. 

Schaaf, Ida M. Henri Pratte, Missouri's first native born priest. St. Louis 
Cath. hist, rev., V (Apr.) 129-148. [2586 

Souvay, Charles L. Around the St. Louis cathedral with Bishop DuBourg, 1818- 
1820. St. Louis Cath. hist, rev., V (Apr.) 149-159. [2587 

Sullivan, Mary E. The log chapel at Notre Dame; Indiana's cradle of rehgion. 
III. Cath. hist, rev., V (Jan.) 223-225. [2588 

Whitfield, James. [Letters of Archbishop James Whitfield] St. Louis Cath. 

hist, rev., V (Oct.) 237-248. [2589 

Letters from the Archbishop James Whitfield,-of Baltimore, to Bishop Rosati, of St. Louis, 1828-1S34. 



109 
Christian Church 

Peterson, Oscar William. History of tlu; Christian cliurch in Boscawcn, Canter- 
bury and Concord, orf^anizcd 1S2(). A cliajitcr in the rcliKious history of 
Toiiacook, Now Haniijshire, prepared by He v. Cscar WiUiani I'eterson, jjastor 
of the Congregational church of Penacook, the successf^r and inheritor of this 
church. Penacook, N. II. 22 p. port., plate. [2690 

Congregational 

One hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the Church of Christ at 
Dartmouth college; 1771-1921. (n. p., 1921?] 00 p. plate. (2591 

Foreword signed: (^omrnittee on publication: Charles F. Emerson, Charles U. Adams, Elt;i .M. 
Newell. 

Piper, John H. Congregationalism in Springfield [111.] III. hlst. .soc. joih., 
XVI, nos. 1-2, 42-57. (2592 

Richman, Irving Berdine. Congregational life in Muscatine [la.] 1843-lsO:i. 
Ia. jouk. hist., XXI (July) 347-372. [2593 

Yale university. The centennial celebration of the founding of the Yale Divinity 
school held in connection with the fourteenth annual convocation, 23-25 
October, 1922. New Haven, Conn. [8], 24 p. [2594 

Reprinted from the Congregationalist. 

Friends 

Cowell, Henry J. George Fox and America. Landmark, V (June) 381-384. 

[2595 
Deals with his missionary endeavors in America, 1671-1673. 

Smmott, Elizabeth Braithwaite. A short history of Quakerism (earlier periods). 
With introduction by Rufus M. Jones. N. Y.: Doran. 352 p. plates, ports. 

[2596 

A history of the Quaker movement in England and America down to about 1725. 
Pennsylvania— a Quaker experiment in colonization: p. 272-300. 

?riends, Society of. Buckingham Monthly meeting. The two hundredth anni- 
versary of Buckingham Monthly meeting, Buckingham township, Bucks 
county, Pennsylvania, iifth day, eighth month, sixteenth, 1923. Phila., Pa.: 
W. H. Jenkins. 55 p. plates. [2597 

lirst, Margaret E. The Quakers in peace and war; an account of their peace 
principles and practice. With an introduction bv Rufus M. Jones. N. Y.: 
Doran. 560 p. ' [2598 

Part V: Friends abroad. Contents.— The West Indies. The American colonies. Pennsylvania. 
The war of independence. The United States. Friends in Europe. 

Jindley, Harlow. A centurv of Indiana Yearlv meeting. Friends' hist. soc. 
BUL., XII, no. 1, 3-21. ' ' [2599 

Lippincott, Horace Mather. An account of the people called Quakers, in Ger- 
mantown, Philadelphia. Burlington, N. J.: Printed bv Enterprise pub. co. 
43 p. plates. ' [2600 

tfoon, Henry T. Some account of the settlement at The Falls and the estal)lish- 
ing of Falls Monthly meeting. Friends' hist. soc. bul., XII, no. 2, 55-72. 

[2601 

Lutheran 

fhe first convention of the Ministerium of Pennsvlvania. Luth. ch. rev., 
] XLII (Apr.) 97-109. * [2602 

j A contemporary account of the first Ministerium of Pennsylvania, the oldest Lutheran church-body 
I in America, 1748, reprinted from the "Documentary history", pp. 3f[. 

"acobs, Henry Eyster. The ideals of 1748 and their realization. Luth. ch. 

; rev., XLII (July) 209-228. [2603 

Address at the 175th anniversary of the Ministerium of Pennsylvania, Reading, Pa., June 5, 1923. 

54381—26 13 



170 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Markley, Mary E. Some chapters on the history of higher education for Luthera] 
women. Luth. quar., LIII (Jan.) 1-54. [260- 

Deals only with the intitutions that have been connected with the church bodies now forming th 
United Lutheran church in America. 

Washington, D. C. Memorial Evangelical Lutheran church. Historical sketcl 
of Luther Place memorial church; golden jubilee, 1873-1923, April 8th t( 
15th, 1923. Comp. by the Historical committee of the Golden jubillee com 
mittee. [Washington] Pub. by the congregation. 32 p. illus. (incl. ports.) 

[260i 

Wentz, Abdel Ross. The Lutheran church in American history. With an intro 
duction by Henry Eyster Jacobs. Phila., Pa.: The United Lutheran publi 
cation house. 355 p. plates, ports. [260( 

Methodist Episcopal 

Carroll, H. K. Francis Asbury in the making of American Methodism. N. Y 
and Cincinnati: The Methodist book concern. 250 p. port., plates, facsims 

[260'; 
Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Jan. 1924) 379-380. 

Drewry, P. H. The story of a church; a history of Washington street churcl 
(Methodist Episcopal church. South) at Petersburg, Virginia, 1773-1923 
[Petersburg, Va.: Plummer print, co.] 240 p. illus., plates. [260? 

Hartzell, Joseph C. Methodism and the negro in the United States. Jour 
NEGRO HIST., VIII (July) 301-315. [260£ 

Haskin, Sara Estelle. Women and missions in the Methodist Episcopal church 
South. Nashville, Tenn., Dallas, Tex. [etc.] Publishing house of the M. E 
church. South. 255 p. port. [261C 

Johnson, Deidre DuflF (Mrs. Charles T. Johnson). Moses Ashworth, pioneer ol 

, Indiana Methodism, and his times. Southw. Ind. hist. soc. proc, Feb. 28, 

1923, 94-118. [2611 

Methodist Episcopal church. Ohio conference. Circuit-rider days along the 

Ohio; being the journals of the Ohio conference from its organization in 1812 

to 1826, edited with introduction and notes, by William Warren Sweet. N. Y. 

and Cincinnati: The Methodist book concern. 299 p. port., map. [2612 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Jan. 1924) 380-381. 

Norwood, John Nelson. The schism in the Methodist Episcopal church, 1844: a 
study of slavery and ecclesiastical politics. Alfred, N. Y. : Alfred university. 
225 p. map. [Alfred university studies, v. I] [2613 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Jan. 1924) 351-352. 

Reynolds, Grafton E. The Smithfield street Methodist Episcopal church, Pitts- 
burgh, Penna. Western Pa. hist, mag., VI (Oct.) 250-258. [2614 

Moravian 

Haupert, Albert P. The Moravian settlement in Illinois. III. hist. soc. trans., 
for the year 1922, 79-89. [2615 

Button, J. E. A history of Moravian missions. London: Moravian publication 
office. 550 p. [2616; 

Contains chapters on the Moravian missions in the Danish West Indies, 1736-82, in the British West 
Indies, 1754-1800, and 1805-1914, in Greenland, 1733-1774, and 1800-1900, to the North American Indians. 
17.34-1901, to the South American Indians, 1735-1808, in Jamaica, 1805-1914, in Labrador, 1804-1914, in' 
Surinam, 1800-1914, in Nicaragua, 1849-1914, in Demerara, 1878-1914, in Alaska, 1885-1914, and in Cali- 
fornia, 1889-1914. 

Schwarze, Edmund. History of the Moravian missions among southern Indiar 
tribes of the United States. Bethlehem, Penna. : Times publishing company 
printers, xvii, 331 p. illus. (incl. ports., plan, facsim.) (Moravian hist, soc 
trans. Special ser., v. I) [261'3 

Schwarze, William Nathaniel. Early Moravian settlements in America. Am 
soc. CHURCH HIST. PAP., 2d ser., VII, 69-88. [261i 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY, Vj2S 171 

Mormon 

Anderson, Audentia Smith. Lucy Mack Sinitli [1770-1855] and the Latter Day 
saints. Jour, hist., XVI (Jan.) 1-18. [2619 

Campbell, Duncan. Lamoni stake (Decatur flistrict). Jouk. hist., XVI (Jan., 
July-Oct.) G5-116, 346-378, 459-488. [2620 

Report of the local historian, Jan. 1909-Mar. 1912. 
Cont. from v. XV, 1922. 

Cornish, John J. John J. Cornish; an autobiography. Jorn. hist., XVI (Jan.- 
Oct.) 19-54, 234-245, 308-345, 431-458. [2621 

lanman, Charles. The Nauvoo exodus, by a visitor. Jour, hist., XVI (A})r.j 
246-249. [2622 

A letter written by Charles Lanman, July, 1846. 

The Order of bishops. Jour, hist., XVI (Oct.) 385-430. [2623 

Roberts, Roy L. The High council; the history and minutes of tlie High councils 
of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day saints. Jour, hist., XVI (Jan.) 
55-64. [2624 

Cont. from v. XV, 1922. 

Smith, Walter W. History of stewardships and consecration as practiced by the 
Latter day saints. Jour, hist., XVI (July) 257-307. [2625 

Presbyterian 

The Bethlehem Presbyterian church, Broad and Diamond streets, Philadelphia. 
Golden jubilee, April eighth to fifteenth, 1923. 36 p. illus. [2625a 

Centennial record. First Presbyterian church, Penn Yan, N. Y. 1823-1923. 
56 p. illus. [2625b 

Chatham, N. J. Ogden memorial Presbyterian church. Centennial of the village 
church in Chatham, known as the Ogden memorial Presbyterian church, Chat- 
ham, New Jersey. [Chatham] 60 p. illus. (incl. ports.) [2626 
Foreword signed: Edward H. Lura. 

Ford, Harry Pringle. The passing of an old church. Presbyterian hist. soc. 
JOUR., XI, no. 7 (Apr.) 301-302. [2627 

The Old West Green street Presbyterian church, in Philadelphia. 

History of the beginning and growth of the First Presbyterian church, Lansing, 
Michigan; together with a few short biographies, 1847-1922. From church 
records and other sources. Lansing, Mich., 1922. 74 p. [2627b 

McNees, W. S. History of Butler Presbytery; a historical sketch of the Presby- 
tery of Allegheny and its legal successor, the Presbvterv of Butler. Butler, 
Pa.: The Zeigler"print. CO. 190 p. "^ ' [2627a 

White, William P. Presbyterian churches of Germantown, Mt. Airy and Chestnut 
Hill. Presbyterian hist. soc. jour., XI, no. 7 (Apr.) 273-300. [2628 

Protestant Episcopal 

Alexandria, Va. Protestant Episcopal theological seminary in Virginia. The 
Theological seminary in Virginia, Alexandria, Virginia. Its centennial, 1823- 
1923. [Richmond, Va.: Whittet and Shepperson, printers] 24 p. illus. 
(incl. ports.). [2629 

Bailey, Melville K. The Right Reverend Daniel Sylvester [1837-1923] missionary 
bishop of Montana, Idaho and Utah, missionary bishop of Utah, bishop of 
Missouri, and presiding bishop of the American church. Hartford, Conn.: 
Church missions pub. co. 39 p. ports. [2630' 



172 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Goodwin, William A. R., ed. History of the Theological seminary in Virginia and 
its historical background. Centennial edition. N. Y. : Edwin S. Gorham, 
publisher and bookseller, xviii, [4], 684 p. ports., plates. [2631 

Section I: The historical background (p. 1-73) contains. — The colonial church and clergy in Virginia, 
by E. L. Goodwin. Ths Indian college and the College of William and Mary, by E. L. Goodwin. 
The church in Virginia during the Revolutionary period, by C. Braxton Bryan. Bishop Madison, by 
E. L. Goodwin. 

Keen, Effie J. History of St. John Baptist Episcopal church, Mount Carmel, 
Wabash county, IlUnois. III. hist. soc. jour., XV, nos. 3-4, 677-678. [2632 

Skirven, Percy G. The first parishes of the Province of Maryland, wherein are 
given historical sketches of the ten counties and of the thirty parishes in the 
province at the time of the establishment of the Church of England in Mary- 
land in 1692. Also a short treatise on the religious situation in the province 
before the Establishment. Baltimore: The Norman, Remington co. 203 p. 
illus., map. [2633 

Reformed 

Beets, Henry. The Christian Reformed church in North America; its history, 
schools, missions, creed and liturgy, distinctive principles and practices and 
its church government. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eastern Avenue book store. 
255 p. [2633a 

Buehrer, EmU. History of the First Reformed church of Green Bay, Wisconsin, 
1903-1923. Twentieth anniversary celebration June 13th and 17th, 1923. 
[Green Bay? Wis.] 40 p. illus. (inch ports.). [2634 

Advertising matter included in paging. 

Biography 

Abbott. Baker, Harry T. Lyman Abbott as a preacher. Outlook, CXXXV 
(Dec. 12) 624-625. [2635 

AsBURY. An ignored historical character. Meth. REk., 5th ser., XXXIX 
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A sketch of Francis Asbury, which was published anonymously in the Knickerbocker New York 
magazine, January, 1859. " There are some reasons for believing that the author was that great Metho- 
dist historian, Abel Stevens." 

Badin, Stephen Theodor. A letter of Father Badin. St. Louis Cath. hist. 
REV., V (Apr.) 172-175. [2637 

A letter written from Monroe, Michigan, Feb. 6, 1829, mainly biographical. 

Barron. Flick, Ella M. E. The Right Reverend Edward W. Barron, d.d., 
1801-1854. Am. Cath. hist. soc. rec, XXXIV (June) 99-112. [2638 

Benedict. Van Duzer, Elizabeth C, comp. Elder James Benedict, the pioneer 
preacher of the Warwick and Wyoming valleys. Wy. hist, and geol. soc. 
pRoc, XVIII, 129-133. [2639 

Copied from the original records of the Baptist church in Warwick, N. Y., 1765-1778. 

Bennett. Macdonell, Mrs. R. W. Belle H. Bennett — leader among women. 
Meth. quar. rev., LXXII (Oct.) 690-697. [2640 

Memorial address delivered at the Woman's missionary council, Mobile, Ala., April 4, 1923. 

Bradford. Morison, Samuel Eliot. Memoir of Alden Bradford [1765-1843] 
Mass. hist. soc. proc, LV, 153-164. [2641 

Includes a list of his writings. 

Briggs. Matthews, Albert. Writings of George Ware Briggs (1810-1895). 
Col. soc. Mass. pub., XXIV, 120-146. [2642 

Dr. Briggs was associate pastor of the Plymouth church from January 3, 1838, to the end of 1852. 
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Coffin. Johnson, Mary Coffin, and Percival Brooks Coffin. Charles F. Coffin, 
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[10], 214, xi p. port. [2643 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY, 1023 173 

CoNNELLEY. Tho life of Cornelia Corinclloy, 1S09-1879, foundross of the Society 
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Longmans, 1922. xvi, 486 p. illus. (inch facsims.) plates, portn. (2644 

Eddy. Bancroft, Samuel Putnam. Mrs. Kdfiy as I knew her in 1870. In 
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(^ont. from v. V, no. 2, Oct. 1922. 
Pioneer priest in the Illinois country. 

GouciiER. Cranston, Earl. John Franklin Goucher — modern ap(jstle anrl civi- 
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Hale. Frothingham, Paul Revere. Memoir of Edward Everett Hale [1S22- 
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Ivey. Plyler, Marion T. Thomas Neal Ivey: teacher, preacher, editor, gentle- 
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Biographical sketch of an American Presbyterian missionary who spent many years in the East. 

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The writer of these letters was a pioneer minister of the Evangelical association, serving in Indiana, 
Illinois, and Wisconsin. The four letters here printed were written in 1849 and 1857. 

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[2660 

Searle. Memorial service to Rev. John Preston Searle, d. d., James Suydam 
professor of systematic theology in the Theological seminary of the Reformed 
church in America, at New Brunswick, N. J., 1893-1922; president of the 
facultv, 1902-22. Tuesdav, October twentv-first, 1922, in the First Reformed 
church. New Brunswick, N. J. 38 p. [2660a 



174 AMEKICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

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New Church rev., XXX (Apr.) 188-209. [2661 

Strobel. Flick, Ella M. E. The Rev. George Strobel, 1800-1874. Am. Cath. 
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Thoburn. Oldham, William F. Thoburn — mystic, seer, prophet, missionary 
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A sketch of James Milis Thoburn. 

Wads WORTH. Putnam, Samuel. Letter from Samuel Putnam concerning Rev. 
Dr. [Benjamin] Wadsworth. Danvers hist. soc. coll., XI, 111-112. [2664 

Waterhouse. Burrow, James A. Bishop R. G. " Waterhouse [1855-192-] 
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Whitmer. Whitmer, T. Carl. Life of Rev. A. Carl Whitmer, a lover of man 
[1837-1920] Phila., Pa.: Pubhcation and Sunday school board of the Re- 
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EDUCATIONAL HISTORY 
General 

Allen, Gardner Weld. The Trustees of donations for education in Liberia; a 
story of philanthropic endeavor 1850-1923. Boston, Mass. [Thomas Todfl 
CO., printers] vii, 132 p. jjlates, ports., map. (2667 

An account of the history of Liberia college and of the board of Trustees for carrying out the plan of 
establishing a college for negroes in Africa which was organized in Hoston by the Massachusetts colon- 
ization society, in 1850. 

Alpha Phi. The history of Alpha Phi fraternity, 1872-1922. N. Y.: Century 
CO. [20], 376 p. plates, ports. [2668 

Eliot, Charles W. American education since the Civil war. In Rice institute 
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Ingraham, Charles A. Old-time elocutionary books. Americana, X\TI 
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Notes on several old-time school readers in use during the early and middle 19th century. 

Kirkpatrick, J. E. The British college in the American colonies. School and 
soc, XVII (Apr. 28) 449-453. [2671 

Concerned with Harvard, William and Mary, Yale, Brown, and Dartmouth colleges. 

Markley, Mary E. Some chapters on the history of higher education for Lutheran 
women. Luth. quar., LIII (Jan.) 1-54. [2672 

Deals only with the institutions that have been connected with the church bodies now forming the 
United Lutheran church in America. 

Rand, Frank Prentice. Phi Sigma Kappa; a historv, 1873-1923. [Amherst, 
Mass.] The Council of Phi Sigma Kappa. 265 p. illus., ports. [2673 

Whitford, W. G. Brief history of art education in the United States. Eleme.vt. 
SCHOOL JOUR., XXIV (Oct.) 109-115. [2673a 

Winship, Albert E. Fifty years of education. Jour, educ, XCVII (Mav 31) 
595-602. " 12674 

"The unification and extension of the addresses given before the Department of superintendence 
[of the National education association of the United States] of the Cleveland meeting in 1920, and the one 
at Iowa City, Apr. 26, 1923, at the fiftieth anniversary of the first permanent department of teacher 
training of collegiate rank." 



Regional 



AppoUonio, Thornton D. Boston public schools, past and present, with some 
reflections on their characters and characteristics. Boston: Wright and Potter. 
166 p. illus., plates, ports., diagrs. [2675 

Gifford, Walter John. Historical development of the New York state high school 
system. Albany, N. Y.: J. B. Lyon co., 1922. 203 p. diagr., map. [2676 

Thesis (ph. d.) Columbia university, 1918. 

Also pub. in the Sixteenth annual report of the State department of education, v. II. Albany 
University of the state of New York, 1922. p. 83-270. 

Grizzell, Emit Duncan. Origin and development of the high school in New Eng- 
land before 1865. N. Y.: Macmillan. xv, [6], 428 p. facsims. [2677 

Published also as thesis (ph. d.) University of Pennsylvania, 1922. 

Hansen, Allen Oscar. Early educational leadership in the Ohio Valley; a study 
of educational reconstruction through the Western literary institute and 
college of professional teachers, 1829-1841. Bloomington, 111.: Public school 
pub. CO. 120 p. (Journal of educational research monographs, ed. bv B. R. 
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Howard, Charles Abner. A historv of high school legislation in Oregon to 1910. 

Ore. hist. soc. quar., XXIV (Sept.) 201-237. [2679 

The purpose of this paper is to present the development of the legal status of high schools in Oregon. 

175 



176 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Jackson, Luther P. The educational efforts of the Freedmen's bureau and 
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VIII (Jan.) 1-40. [2680 

Proctor, John Clagett. Joseph Lancaster and the Lancasterian schools in the 
District of Columbia, with incidental school notes. Columbia hist. soc. rec, 
XXV, 1-35. [2681 

Randall, Daniel R. Notes on a colonial free school in Anne Arundel county, with 
side lights upon the early education of Johns Hopkins. Md. hist, mag., 
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Sherman, Jay J. History of the office of county superintendent of schools in 
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Taylor, E. J. Pioneers in education in North Dakota. Univ. of No. Dak. quar. 
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Thompson, William C. Eleutherian institute; a sketch of a unique step in the 
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A school founded in Indiana in 1849 which was open to negroes as well as white people. 

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Wells, Guy Fred. Parish education in colonial Virginia. N. Y. : Teachers 
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Published also as thesis (ph. d.) Columbia university, 1923. 

Whyte, William F. Beginnings of the Watertown school system. [Menasha, 
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Reprinted from the Wisconsin magazine of history, v. VII, no. 1, September 1923. 

Woody, Thomas. Quaker education in the colony and state of New Jersey; 
a source book. Phila. : Pub. by the author, University of Pennsylvania, xii, 
408 p. illus. (incl. facsims.) map, diagrs. [2690 

Bibliography: p. 378-391. 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Apr. 1924) 607-608. 

Particular Institutions 

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Babcock, Earle J. Webster Merrifield and the University of North Dakota. 
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Coates, Charles Penney. History of the manual training school of Washington 
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[2694 

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Historical sketch of the medical school of Transylvania university (Lexington, Ky.) from its founda- 
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Report on the Kcneriil iind fiuiinciiil condition of the College of William and Mary, made by the presi- 
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The story of the building of Massachusetts Hall, Harvard college, followed by contemporary docu- 
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Traces the identity of a William Trusedell whose legacy to Harvard college appears in three items in 
the college records, in 1683. 

Matthews, Albert. Remarks on a Society at Harvard college, 1721-1723; an 
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178 AMEEICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

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Davidson college, Davidson, N. C. 

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a school established at Concord Corner, Vermont, in 1823. 

Teaching of natural history in William and Mary college. Wm. and Mary 
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Item from the Richmond Enquirer, Oct. 24, 1806. 

University of Virginia. Wm. and Mary quar., 2d ser.. Ill (Jan.) 58-64. [2722 

Items from the Richmond Enquirer, Dec. 6, 1805, and Jan. 16, 1806. 

William and Mary college. Extract from the minutes of the faculty, November 
22, 1859; a description of the main building as it was before the fire of 1859. 
Wm. and Mary quar., 2d ser., Ill (Oct.) 217-220. [2723 

William and Mary college, July 4, 1806. Wm. and Mary quar., 2d ser., Ill 
(July) 201-205. [2724 

Items from the Richmond Enquirer, July 11 and Aug. 19, 1806. 

Willoughby, Charles C. The Peabody museum of archaeology and ethnology, 
Harvard university. Harv. grad. mag., XXXI (June) 495-503. [2725 

Wilson, James Southall. The history of the University of Virginia, reviewed by 
the editor. Univ. of Va. alumni bul., 3d ser., XVI (Jan.) 59-73. [2726 

A review of the "History of the University of Virginia, 1819-1919." By Philip Alexander Bruce 
(N. Y.: Macmillan, 1920-1922. 5 v.). 

Yale university. Sheffield scientific school. Class of 1873. Semi-centennial 

report of the class of '73 S. Yale university. [New Haven: The Tuttle, More- 
house and Taylor co.] 36 p. [2727 
Robert Jaffray, class secretary. 

Biography 

Barnard. Frost, Edwin B. Edward Emerson Barnard [1857-1923] Chicago 
UNIV. REC, n. s. IX (Apr.) 121-132. [2728 

Professor of practical astronomy at the University of Chicago for twenty-seven years. 

Carlisle. Wallace, David Duncan. Dr. James H. Carlisle; a great teacher 
[1825-1909] Columbia, S. C: The University. 10 p. port. (Bulletin of 
the University of South Carolina ... no. 131, Nov. 1, 1923) [2729 

Crandall. Wormley, G. Smith. Prudence Crandall. Jour, negro hist., VIII 
(Jan.) 72-80. [2730 

a Quaker teacher who, in 1833, opened a school for negro girls at Canterbury, Conn. 

Elliott. Armstrong, Edward C. A. Marshall Elliott [1844-1910] Johns 
Hopkins alumni mag., XI (Jan.) 117-126. [2731 

He was for many years professor of Romance languages at Johns Hopkins university. 

Frissell. Moton, Robert Russa. Frissell, the builder. So. workm., LII (June) 
259-268. [2732 

a sketch of Hollis B. Frissell, for many years principal of Hampton normal and agricultural institute, 
Hampton, Va. 

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An account of the service of Dr. David Starr Jordan as head of the Appleton (Wisconsin) collegiate 
institute in the early seventies. 



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MacCracken. Henry Mitchell MacCracken [1840-1918] In memoriain. New 
York city: The New York university press, vi, 81 p. ports. [2734 

CoNTKNTs.— Henry Milohell MacCnu,kcri, a bioKrunhicul sketch, by John Henry Miu-Crac-ken. 
Exercises in memory of the; life and servic-cs of ('hancrllor MacC'racken, May 3, 1919; Invocation, by 
the Kevcren<l Charles Lemuel Thompson; Inlroduelory address, by Klmer Ellsworth Hrown; Chan- 
cellor Mac( bracken as re-creator of New York univ(!rsity, by the Reverend OeorKe Alexander; ("han- 
cellor MacCracken as man, by Francis Ilovey .Stoddard; Chancellor Mac(Jracken as citizen, by the 
Reverend Henry Sloane CoJIin; Chancellor MacCracken us educator, by .Samuel Block McCormick. 
The place of Chancellor MacCracken in the history of New York university, by Professor E.G. Sihler. 

Mann. Horace Mann. Nation, educ. assoc. jouk., XII (Mav) 170-171. 

[2735 

MiLLiNGTON. Holmes, George F. Profe.ssor John Millingt(^n, m. d., 1770-1808. 
Wm. and Mary quar., 2d ser., Ill (Jan.) 23-35. [2736 

Peabody. Girling, Katherine Peabody. Selim Ilohart Peabody [1829-1903] a 

biography by his daughter, Katherine Peabody Girling. [Urbana] The Cni- 

versity of Illinois press. 215 p. port., facsini. [2737 

Biography of a prominent educator who was president of the University of Hlinois from lH«f) to 1H91 



r 



FINE ARTS AND LITERATURE 
Fine Arts: General 

Bolton, Theodore. Early American portrait draughtsmen in crayons. N. Y.: 
F. F. Sherman, xii, 111 p. ports. [2738 

"The present volume lists as much of work by portrait draughtsmen in crayons, both native Ameri- 
cans and foreign artists working in America, from the earliest times until 1860 as has come to the notice 
of the author." 

Cortissoz, Royal. American artists. N. Y. and London: Scribner. viii, 363 p. 

plates. [2739 

Among the American artists whose work is described here are: Abbott Thayer, Thomas W. Dewing, 

George Fuller, George DeForest Brush, Thomas Eakins, Kenyon Cox, Edwin A. Abbey, Frederic 

Remington, Frank Millet, James Wall Finn, and Edward Martin Taber. 

Dana, Richard H., jr. An architectural monograph on old Canterbury on the 
Quinnebaug, with text by Richard H. Dana, jr.; prepared for publication by 
Russell F. Whitehead. [St. Paul: White pine bureau] 16 p. illus. (The 
White pine series of architectural monographs, v. IX, no. 6) [2740 

Dole, Nathan Haskell. Architecture in early America. Univ. of Va. alumni 
BUL., 3d ser., XVI (Jan.) 74-77. [2741 

Foster, William D. An architectural monograph on the "River towns" of Con- 
necticut, with text by William D. Foster; prepared for publication by Russell 
F. Whitehead. [St. Paul: White pine bureau] 16 p. illus. (The White 
pine series of architectural monographs, v. IX, no. 2) [2742 

Fowler, Lemuel Hoadley. An architectural monograph on some forgotten farm- 
houses on Manhattan Is., with text by Lemuel Hoadley Fowler; prepared for 
publication by Russell F. Whitehead. [St. Paul: White pine bureau] 16 p. 
illus. (The White pine series of architectural monographs, v. IX, no. 1) 

[2743 

Garland, Hamlin. The American academy; its history and purpose. Landmaek, 
V (Jan.) 47-50. [2744 

a sketch of the American academy of arts and letters. New York. 

Hamlin, A. D. F. A history of ornament, renaissance and modern. N. Y.: 
Century, xxxii, 521 p. illus., plates. [2745 

Renaissance and colonial ornament in America: p. 388-415. The nineteenth century in America: 
p. 450-463. 

House, Albert Virgil. The lean-to house and the life it sheltered. Danvers 
HIST. soc. COLL., XI, 113-133. [2746 

A discussion of a type of early New England architecture, with descriptions of the numerous examples 
to be found in Danvers and vicinity. 

Inness, George. The Hudson River school of painting. N. Y. state hist. 
ASSOC. JOUR., IV (Apr.) 99-103. [2747 

The term Hudson River school is used to designate a class of painters who were predominant in 
American art in the middle 19th century. 

Jackson, Joseph. Early Philadelphia architects and engineers. Phila. xii, 

285 p. illus., plates, ports. [2748 

"Originally designed for a trade publication. Building . . . the different chapters were reprinted in 

a small number of copies . . . and of these only twenty-five complete sets of parts have been bound 

up in book form." 

Kimball, Fiske. Domestic architecture of the American colonies and of the early 
republic. N. Y.: Scribner, 1922. xx, 314 p. [2749 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Oct. 1923) 147-148. 

180 



1923 181 

National society of the colonial dames of America. Connecticut society. Ohl 
houses of Connecticut, from material collected by the (Jonmiittee on old iiou.ses 
of the Connecticut society of the Cohniial dames of America, edited by Bertha 
Chad wick Trowbridge, chairman, with the a.ssistance of Charles McLean 
Andrews. New Haven: Yale univ. press [etc.] xxvii, 519 p. illus. (inch 
plans). (2750 

Pindar, Peter Augustus, pseud. An architectural monograi)!! on the stage coach 
road from Hartford to Litchfield, with text by Peter Augustus Pindar; pre- 
pared for publication by Russell F. Whitehead. (St. Paul: White Pine iMireau] 
IG p. illus. (The White pine series of architectural monograjjhs, v. IX, 
no. 5) [2751 

Taylor, Charles Henry. Some notes on early American lithography. A.m. 
ANTiQ. soc. I'Hoc, n. s. XXXII, pt. 1, 68-80. (2752 

Wright, Helen. Some early engravers. D. A. R. mag., LVII (Oct.) 57.5-588. 

(2763 

Fine Arts: Biography 

Badger. Park, Lawrence. Joseph Badger of Boston (1708-1765] and his por- 
traits of children. Old-time New England, XIII (Jan.) 99-109. (2754 

Blackburn. Park, Lawrence. Joseph Blackburn, a colonial portrait painter; 

with a descriptive list of his works. Worcester, Mass.: The Societv. 62 p. 

ports. ' (2755 

Reprinted from the Proceedings of the American antiquarian society, n. s., v. XXXII, pt. 2, October 

1922. 

Brown. Coburn, F. W. Mather Brown (1761-1831] Art in America, XI 
(Aug.) 252-260. (2756 

Dewing. Cortissoz, Royal. An American artist canonized in the Freer gallery; 
Thomas W\ Dewing. Scribner's, LXXIV (Nov.) 539-546. (2757 

Durand. Tolman, Ruel P. Asher Brown Durand (1796-1886] Art in Amer- 
ica, XI (June) 197-200. (2758 

"America's foremost line engraver who was a distinguished portrait and landscape painter as well.' 

Homer. Winslow Homer, compiled by Nathaniel Pousette-Dart. N. Y. : 
Stokes, xi, (69] p. illus., port. (Distinguished American artists) (2759 

Hunt, Berry, Rose V. S. William Morris Hunt. Art and archaeol., XV 
(Mav) 203-210. (American painters who have especially influenced American 
art-^I) (2760 



Berry, Rose V. S. William Morris Hunt. Inter-America, VII 

(Sept.) 193-198. (Los pintores de los Estados Unidos) (2761 

Translation of an article published in Art and archaeology, May 1923 (no. 2760, above) . 

Bradford, Gamaliel. Portrait of an artist; William Morris Hunt. 



No. Am. rev., CCXVII (May) 643-654. [2762 

Shannon, Martha A. S. Boston days of William Morris Hunt. Boston; 



Marshall Jones co. x, 165 p. plates, ports. (2763 

Mount. Buffet, Edward P. W^ilham Sidnev Mount and his environment. 
N. Y. hist. soc. bul., VII (Oct.) 75-84. * (2764 

Peale. The Peale exhibition. The Pennsvlvania acadcmv of fine arts. Am. 
MAG. art, XIV (June) 301-310. " ^ [2765 

Wharton, Anne Hollings worth. Charles Wlllson Peale. Scribner's, 



LXXIII (June) 763-768. (2766 

Sharples. Bolton, Theodore. James Sharpies. Art in America, XI (Apr.) 
137-143. (2767 

Portraits in pastel by James Sharpies in the United States of America: p. 138-143. 

Smibert. John Smibert's portrait of Stephen Delancev. Art in America, 
XI (Dec.) 54-57. ' [2768 



182 AMEBIC AN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Stuart. Sherman, Frederic Fairchild. Gilbert Stuart's first portrait of Wash- 
ington from life; the Vaughan picture painted in 1795. Art in America, 
XI (Dec. 1922) 43-45. [2769 

Taft. Garland, Hamlin. The art of Lorado Taft. Mentor, XI (Oct.) 20-25. 

[2770 

Thayer. Pousette-Dart, Nathaniel, comp. Abbott H. Thayer [1849-1921] 
with an introduction by Royal Cortissoz. N. Y. : Stokes, xii, [68] p. port., 
illus. (Distinguished American artists) [2771 

Vedder. Mather, Frank Jewett, jr. Ehhu Vedder. Scribner's, LXXIV 
(July) 123-128. [2772 



Meltzer, Charles Henry. Personal memories of Elihu Vedder; vivid 

recollections of the artist's early days in Rome. Arts and decoration, 
XVIII (Mar.) 9, 78. [2773 

Usher, Leila. Personal reminiscences of Elihu Vedder. Outlook, 



CXXXIII (Mar. 21) 532-536. [2774 

Whistler. Montesquieu, Robert de. Sur Whistler. Rev. Geneve, no 34 
(Apr.) 434-446. [2775 

Literature: General 

Boynton, Percy H. American literature; a textbook for secondary schools. 
Boston and N. Y. : Ginn and co. V, 462 p. illus. (incl. ports., maps). [2776 

Historical summary of American literature from the earliest times to the present, with suggestions 
for study and class discussion, outlines, etc. 

Brownell, W. C. American prose masters: Cooper — Hawthorne — Emerson — 
Poe — Lowell — Henry James. N. Y.: Scribner. x, 400 p. [2777 

Du Breuil, Alice Jouveau. The novel of democracy in America; a contribution 
to the study of the progress of democratic ideas in the American novel. Balti- 
more: J. H. Furst CO. viii, 115 p. fold. tab. [2778 
Thesis (ph. d.) Johns Hopkins university, 1922. 

Haney, John louis. The story of our literature; an interpretation of the Ameri- 
can spirit. N. Y., Chicago [etc.] Scribner. xiv, 399 p. plates, ports. [2779 

Lee, James Melvin. History of American journalism. New ed., rev. Boston 
and N. Y. : Houghton Mifflin co. xiv, [4], 462 p. plates, ports., facsims. [2780 

le Gallienne, Richard. Forty years among New York's literary folk. Lit. 

DIGEST INTERNAT. BOOK REV., II (DeC.) 18-20. [2781 

A review of "Remembered yesterdays," by Robert Underwood Johnson (Boston: Little, Brown 
and CO.) See no. 2807. 

leroux, Emmanuel. Le pragmatisme am^ricain & anglais; etude historique et 
critique, suivie d'une bibliographie methodique. Paris: Alcan. 429 p. 
(Biblioth^que de philosophic contemporaine) [2782 

Matthews, Brander. Makers of American drama; pioneers in American play- 
writing. Mentor, XI (Mar.) 3-10. [2783 

Morgan, James. Charles H. Taylor, builder of the Boston Globe, by James 
Morgan; on the fiftieth anniversary of his editorship, 1873-1923. [Boston?] 
213 p. ports., facsim. [2784 

Pace, Roy Bennett. American literature. Boston, N. Y. [etc.] AUyn and Bacon. 
viii, 313 p. illus. (incl. ports., facsims.). [2785 

A history of American literature for schools. 

Pattee, Fred lewis. The development of the American short story; an his- 
torical survey. N. Y. and London: Harper, v, 388 p. [2786 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY, 1923 183 

Phelps, William Lyon. Some makers of American literature. Boston: Marshall 
Jones CO, ix, 187 p. Dartmouth ahimni lectureships on the (luernscv Ccntor 
Moore foundation . . . 1922) " [2787 

CONTENTH.— The rnan of the world and the man of fJod: a draniatic contrast. The spirit of romanc*-: 
James Fenimore Cooper. Political ideal.s: Daniel Webster and Abraham Lincoln. Nathaniel Haw- 
thorne and Puritanism. 'I'he American philosoi)her: Ralph Waldo Emerson. The American humor- 
ist: Mark Twain. 

Quinn, Arthur Hobson. A history of the American drama, from the beginninj^ 
to the Civil war. N. Y. and London: Harper, xv, 480 p. [2788 

Rev. in: Am. hi.st. rev., XXIX (July 1024) 77.3-775; Lit. digest internat. book rev., I (Nov.) ZH :i'J. 

Riley, Woodbridge. American thought from Puritanism to pragmatism and 
beyond. [2d cd.] N. Y.:Holt. x, 438 p. [2789 

Lst ed., pub. in 1915. 

Untermeyer, Louis. American poetry since 1900. X. Y.: Holt, xiii, 40.') ]). 

ports. " [2790 

"This volume ... is based on a previous collection of essays 'The new era in American poetry.' " 

Literature: Regional 

Atkeson, Mary Meek. A study of the literature of West Virginia, 1822-1922. 
[Washington, D. C] 1922. 24 p. [2791 

Hill, Henry Wayland. Literature of Buffalo. Americana, XVII (Jan.) 1-31. 

[2792 

From advance sheets of " Municipi\lity of Buffalo, New York— a history," Hon. Uenry Wayland Hill 
editor-in-chief (N. Y. and Chicago: Lewis historical publishing co.). 

Wauchope, George Armstrong. Literary South Carolina; a short account of 
the progress of literature and the principal writers and books from 1700 to 
1923. [Columbia, S. C] 160 p. (Univ. of S. C. bul., no. 133, December 1, 
1923) 12793 

Literature: Biographical and Critical 

Bolton, Sarah Knowles (Mrs. C. E. Bolton). Sarah K. Bolton [1841-1916] 
pages from an intimate autobiography, edited by her son. Privately printed. 
Boston: Thomas Todd co. viii, 155 p. ports. ' [2794 

Edited by Charles Knowles Bolton. 

Brown. Clark, David Lee. Charles Brockden Brown [1771-1810] a critical 
biography. 49 p. [2795 

Abstract of thesis (ph. d.) Columbia university, 1923. 

BuRDETTE. McNally, Sherman J. "Bob" Burdette — humorist. Palimpsest 
IV (June) 173-192. [2796 

A sketch of Robert J. Burdette, 1844-1914. 

BuRLiNGAME. Edward Livermore Burlingame, 1848-1922. Scribxer's, 
LXXIII (Jan.) 121. [2797 

Editor of Scribner's magazine, 1886-1914. 

■ Grant, Robert. Edward Livermore Burlingame. Harv. grad. mag., 

XXXI (Mar.) 368-370. [2798 

Child. Bradford, Gamaliel. Francis James Child. Atlantic, CXXXII 
(July) 76-86. [2799 

Cooke. "John Esten Cooke, Virginian." Univ. of Va. alumni bul., 3d ser., 
XVI (Jan.) 91-97. [2800 

A review of the book by John O. Beaty, entitled "John Esten Cooke, Virginian," pub. in 1922. 

Crane. Beer, Thomas. Stephen Crane; a study in American letters. X. Y.: 
Alfred A. Knopf. [6], 248 p. [2800a 

Emerson. McQuiston, Raymer. The relation of Ralph Waldo Emerson to 
public affairs. Lawrence: The Universitv. 62 p. (Univ. of Kans. bul. 
[v. XXIV, no. 8] Humanistic studies, v. Ill, no. 1) [2801 

An exposition of Emerson's political sympathies and affiliations, his economic ideas, participation in 
public affairs in regard to slavery and his attitude toward the Civil war. 



184 AMEEICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Garland. Gerling, George. Hamlin Garland. Wis. mag., I (May) 46-48. 

[2802 

Hawthorne. Hawthorne, Rose Lathrop (Mother Alphonsa). Memories of 
Hawthorne. New ed. with a prelude by Maurice Francis Egan. Boston and 
N. Y. : Houghton Mifflin co. xxiii, 482 p. port. [2803 

le Gallienne, Richard. Hawthorne as his daughter remembers him. 



Lit. digest internat. book rev., I (Aug.) 8-11. [2804 

A review of "Memories of Hawthorne," by Rose Lathrop Hawthorne (Mother Alphonsa). See 
no. 2803, above. 

Holmes. Eliot, Charles William. Oliver Wendell Holmes. Harv. grad. mag., 
XXXI (June) 457-465. [2805 

Remarks made at a meeting of the Historical club held at the Peter Bent Brigham hospital, Nov. 16, 
1920. Touches particularly upon his work in medicine. 

Holt, Henry. Garrulities of an octogenarian editor, with other essays somewhat 
biographical and autobiographical. Boston and N. Y. : Houghton Mifflin co. 
viii, [4], 460 p. ports. [2806 

Johnson, Robert Underwood. Remembered yesterdays. Boston: Little, Brown 
and CO. 624 p. illus. [2807 

Reminiscences of one who was connected with the Century magazine for 40 years — as associate- 
editor, and later as editor-in-chief (1909-1913) . 

Lanier. Ellerbe, Mrs. J. E. Sidnev Lanier. Confed. vet., XXXI (June) 
210-211. [2808 

Longfellow\ Longfellow, Henry W. H. W. Longfellow to Peleg Sprague. 
Mass. hist. soc. proc, LVI, 160-161. [2809 

A letter written by Longfellow, from Bowdoin college, Feb. 23, 1834. 

Longfellow and the University of Virginia. Univ. of Va. alumni 

BUL., 3d ser., XVI (Apr.) 159-162. [2810 

Concerned with the possibility of Longfellow's becoming professor of modern languages at the Uni- 
versity of Virginia in 1834. 

Lowell. Amy Lowell. Bookman, LVIII (Dec.) 418-424. [2811 

Matthews. Brander Matthews. Bookman, LVII (June) 432-436. [2812 

Miller. Nelson, William Hamilton. Joaquin Miller; the poet of the Sierras. 
Meth. quar. rev., LXXII (Jan.) 110-121. [2813 

Page. Alderman, Edwin Anderson. A personal remembrance. Univ. of Va. 
alumni BUL., 3d ser., XVII (Jan.) 1-3. [2814 

A sketch of Thomas Nelson Page. 



Gordon, Armistead C. Thomas Nelson Page; an appreciation. Scrib- 

ner's, LXXIII (Jan.) 75-80. ^ [2815 

Also pub. in Univ. of Va. alumni bul., 3d ser., XVI (Jan.) 10-19. 

Jacob, Gary F. Thomas Nelson Page. Nation, educ. assoc. jour., 



XII (Feb.) 59. [2816 

Metcalf, John Calvin. Thomas Nelson Page, man of letters. Univ. 

OF Va. alumni bul., 3d ser., XVI (Jan.) 20-26. [2817 

Page, Rosewell. Thomas Nelson Page [1853-1922] a memoir of a 

Virginia gentleman. N. Y.: Scribner. vi, 210 p. port., plate. [2818 

Thornton, William Mynn. Thomas Nelson Page. Univ. of Va. 



alumni bul., 3d ser., XVI (Jan.) 4-9. [2819 

Wilson, James Southall. "In ole Virginia" with Thomas Nelson Page. 



Univ. of Va. alumni bul., 3d ser., XVI (Jan.) 27-35. [2820 

Poe. Bond, Frederick Drew. The problem of Poe. Open court, XXXVII 
(Apr.) 216-223. [2821 

Burwell, William M. Edgar A. Poe and his college contemporaries. 



Univ. of Va. alumni bul., 3d ser., XVI (Apr.) 168-180. [2821j 

Mauclair, Camille. Edgar Allan Poe as inspirer of ideas. Fortn. 



rev., n. s. CXIV (Sept.) 474-485. [2821b 



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I 



POE. Milligan, J. Lewis. Edgar Allan Poe, IDth cent., XCIII (Apr.) 
550-556. (2822 

Poe at the University of Virginia; uni)ublishe(i letters from the Ingram 



collection. Univ. of Va. alumni bul., 3d ser., XVI (Apr.) 103-107. [2823 
Whitty, J. H. A newly discovered portrait of Edgar Allan Poe. Lit, 



DIGEST INTEKNAT. BOOK UEV., I (Oct.) 47. (2824 

PoRTEK. Cesare, Margaret Porter. My O. Henry; memories of the author, 
written ... by his daughter, iMargaret Porter (Jesare. Mentor, XI (Feb.) 
17-20. (2825 

The discoverers of O. Henry; New York editors who first found and 



appreciated O. Henry. Mentor, XI (Feb.) 38-39. (2826 

Henderson, Archibald. O. Henry — a contemporary classic. So. Atlan, 



QUAR., XXII (July) 270-278. (2827 

A review of "Selected stories from O. Henry," ed. by C. Alphonso Smith (Garden City, N. Y.: 
Doubleday, Page and co., 1922). 

MacAdam, George. The only interview O. Henry ever gave. Mentor, 

XI (Feb.) 42-43. (2828 

Maurice, Arthur B. O. Henry, bov and man. Mentor, XI (Feb.) 

9-10. ' (2829 

Smith, C. Alphonso. O. Henry — the man and his work. Mentor, XI 



(Feb.) 3-8. (2830 

Van der Weyde, W. M. Photographing O. Henry. Mentor, XI (Feb.) 



40-41. (2831 

Rouquette. Nott, G. William. Adrien Rouquette: poet and mvstic (1813-1887] 
La. hist. QUAR., VI (July) 388-394. ' (2832 

Tabb. litz, Francis A. Father Tabb and his Hopkins friends. Johns Hopkins 
alumni mag., XI (June) 273-281. (2833 

A sketch of the poet, Father John Banister Tabb, and his friends at Johns Hopkins university. 

Thayer. Wister, Owen. William Roscoe Thayer. Harv. grad. mag., XXXII 
(Dec.) 246-256. (2834 

Wendell. lowell, Abbott Lawrence. Memoir of Barrett Wendell (1855- 
1921] Mass. hist. soc. proc, LV, 174-184. (2835 

Whitman. Catel, Jean. Walt Whitman, puritain. Mercure de France, 
CLXVII (Oct. 15) 289-313. (2836 

Cestre, Charles. Walt Whitman, poet of self. Cal. univ. chron., 

XXV (July) 318-343. [2837 

Lindsay, Vachel. Walt Whitman. New republic, XXXVII (Dec. 5) 



pt. II, 3-5. [2838 

Ridley, H. M. Anne Gilchrist and Walt W^hitman. Canad. mag. 



LXI (July) 251-258. (Great friendships— IX) [2839 

Rodgers, Cleveland. Walt Whitman, poet of democracy. Mentor, 



XI (Sept.) 3-14. [2840 

Saunders, Henry S. Whitman portraits, with notes. Toronto, Can. 



[The author?] 114 leaves, illus. (mounted photos.). [2841 
Contains over 500 mounted photographs with type-written descriptions. 

Whittier. Ains worth, Lillian M. Romance in the life of Whittier. Granite 

mo., LV (Nov.) 547-549. [2842 

Music 

Krohn, Ernst C. A century of Missouri music. Mo. hist, rev., XVII (Jan.- 

July) 130-158, 285-320, 440-463. [2843 

Lansing, Richard H. Music in Rochester [N. Y.] from 1817 to 1909. Rochester 

hist. soc. pub. fund ser., II, 135-189. [2844 

54381—26 14 



186 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Walters, Raymond. The Bethlehem Bach choir; a history and a critical com- 
pendium. Silver anniversary edition. Boston and N. Y. : Houghton Mifflin 
CO. xviii, 343 p. plates, ports., facsim. [2845 

Science 

Allen, R. C, and H. M. Martin. An abstract of "A history of the Michigan 
geological and biological survey by R. C. Allen and H. M. Martin." Mich. 
ACAD. SCI. PAP., I, 224-247. [2846 

Boland, Frank K. Crawford Williamson Long and the discovery of anesthesia. 
Ga. hist, quar., VII (Mar.) 135-154. [2847 

Burrage, Walter I. A history of the Massachusetts medical society, with brief 
biographies of the founders and chief officers, 1781-1922. [Norwood, Mass.] 
Priv. print, xiii, 505 p. plates, ports., facsims. [2848 

De Kruif, Paul H. Jacques Loeb, mechanist. Harper's, CXLVI (Jan.) 182-190. 

[2849 

Elkin, Dan Collier. The Transvlvania school and Oliver Perrv Hill. Ann. 
MED. hist., V (Dec.) 387-393. " ^ [2850 

Historical sketch of the medical school of Transylvania university (Lexington, Ky.) and of the con- 
nection of Oliver Perry Hill with the school, from 1835 to 1853. 

Grinnell, George Bird. An old-time bone-hunt; an account of the expedition 
undertaken by Prof. O. C. Marsh in 1870 to the then wild West. Natural 
hist., XXIII (July) 329-336. [2851 

Account of a geological expedition to the far West, for the purpose of collecting vertebrate fossils. 

Middleton, William Shainline. Joseph Leidv, scientist [1823-1891] Ann. med. 
HIST., V (June) 100-112. " [2852 

Read before the Medical history seminar. University of Wisconsin, 1917. 

Middleton, William Shainline. William Edmonds Horner (1793-1853). Ann. 
MED. HIST., V (Mar.) 33-44. [2853 

Read before the Medical history seminar, University of Wisconsin, 1922. 

Pleadwell, F. L. Edward Cutbush, m. d. [1772-1843] the nestor of the medical 
corps of the Navy. Ann. med. hist., V (Dec.) 337-386. [2854 

Pleadwell, F. L., and W. M. Kerr. Lewis Heermann, surgeon in the United 
States navy (1779-1833). Ann. med. hist., V (June) 113-145. [2855 

Sewall, Henry. The beginnings of physiological research in America. Science, 
LVIII (Sept. 14) 187-195. [2855a 

Smith, Edgar Fahs. Early scientists of Philadelphia. Pa. mag. hist., XL VII 
(Jan.) 1-27. [2856 

Smith, Edgar Fahs. Jacob Green, 1790-1841, chemist. Phila. [The author?] 
34 p. port. [2857 

Smith, Edgar Fahs. M. Carey Lea, chemist [1823-1897] Phila. [The author?] 
10 p. port. [2858 

Smith, Edgar Fahs. Priestleyana. [Phila.: The author?] 15 p. port., plates. 

[2859 

Describes a collection of books once the property of the scientist Joseph Priestley [1733-1804] which is 
now preserved in the library of the University of Pennsylvania. The collection is of interest in the 
development of the history of chemistry in America. 

Steiner, W. R. Dr. Nathan Strong, jr., of Hartford, Connecticut, a pioneer in 
the early history of epidemic cerebro-spinal meningitis. In American clima- 
tological and cHnical association. Transactions ... for the year 1921. v. 
XXXVII. [Framingham, Mass.] Printed for the Association, p. 255-265. 

[2860 

Tandy, Elizabeth C. Our colonial heritage of community medicine. N. Y. 
state hist. ASSOC. JOUR., IV (Jan.) 49-54. [2861 

Concerned with medical practice in the colonies. 



BRITISH AMERICA 



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Audet, F. J. Officers canadions dans rarinee anglaise. Bul. rechercuks hist., 
XXIX (Feb., Mar., Mav, July, Aug.) 61-04, 89-90, 154-100, 223-224, 252 250. 

(2862 

Brief biographical sketches of Canadian ofTiccrs who have sorvc<l in the British army. 

Borden, Sir Robert Laird. The British commonwealth of nations. Yale rev., 
XII (July) 774-789. [2863 

Concerned with the development of constitutional relations within the British Empire, illustrated 
mainly by special reference to Canada. 

Borden, Sir Robert Laird. Political development and relati(jns. Dalhousie 
REV., II (Jan.) 399-409. [2864 

An address delivered at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, October 6, 1922. The full title was 
"Political development and relations among the FInglish-speaking peoples". 

Reviews briefly the history of cortstitutional development within the British Empire from 1787 up 
to the present and discusses the relations between the British Empire and the United States during the 
same period. 

Borden, Sir Robert Laird. "Want of vision" — or What? Canad. hist, rev., 
IV (Mar.) 5-11. [2865 

A reply to an anticle by Sir Charles Lucas (Canadian historical review, III, Dec. 1922) entitled " Want 
of vision" in which he took issue with some views expressed by Sir Robert Borden in his "Canadian 
constitutional studies" (Toronto: University of Toronto press, 1922) in regard to the attitude of Great 
Britain towards the Canadian colonies in former times. 

British America. London: Hodder and Stoughton. [4], xv, 303 p. maps. 
(The nations of today, a new history of the world, edited by John Buchan) 

[2866 

"Compiled under the care of Major-Gencral Lord Edward Gleichen." 
Rev. in: Canad. hist, rev., V (Mar. 1924) 5&-57. 

The Canadian annual review of public affairs. By J. Castell Hopkins . . . 1922. 
Twenty-second year of issue. Illustrated. Toronto: The Canadian review 
company, limited. 1040 p. ports., plates. [2867 

Rev. in: Canad. hist, rev., IV (Dec.) 365-3G6. 

The Canadian catalogue of books published in Canada, books about Canada, as 
well as those written by Canadians, during 1921 and 1922. Comp. by the 
Public library, Toronto. [Toronto] The Department of education of Ontario, 
Public libraries branch. 20 p. [2868 

Canadian military institute. Selected papers from the transactions of the 
Canadian military institute, 1916-21. Toronto: Printed for the Canadian 
military institute by the Murrav print, co. 126 p. {Its [PubHcation] no. 22) 

[2869 
Contents. — Canadian cavalry in action, by R. S. Timmins. Old and new military service in Can- 
ada, by Benjamin Suite. Fighting the submarine from the air, by D. Hallam. A citizen army, by 
H. M. Mowat. Artillery battle at Vimy, by E. W. Morrison. 

Carlyle, Randolph. The storv of a great Canadian bank. (A review). Caxad. 
MAG., LXI (May) 43-52. ' [2870 

A review of the "History of the Canadian bank of commerce", by Victor Ross (Toronto: Oxford 
univ. press, 1920-1922. 2 v.). 

Douglas, R. Histoire des noms de quelques cites canadiennes. See. g6og . 
Quebec bul., XVII (Sept.-Nov.) 242-249, 304-315. [2871 

Translationof an article published in the Seventeenth report of the Geographic board of Canada, . . . 
(Ottawa, 1922). 

Ewart, John S. Canada and British wars. Ottawa. 88 p. [2872 

Concerned with the question of Canada's participation in imperial wars. It is discussed from the 
historical point of view. 
Rev. in: Canad. hist, rev., IV (Sept.) 275-276. 

187 



188 AMEKICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Gt. Brit. Historical manuscripts commission. Report on the manuscripts of 
Earl Bathurst, preserved at Cirencester Park. London: Pub. by H. M. 
stationery office, xx, 788 p. [2873 

The manuscripts here given include considerable material relating to Canada. 
Rev. in: Canad. hist, rev., V (June 1924) 176-177. 

Innis, Harold A. A history of the Canadian Pacific railway. London: P. S. 
King and son; Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, viii, 365 p. [2874 

Rev. in: Canad. hist, rev., IV (June) 179-181. 

Kennedy, W. P. M. ''Canada's national status": a last word. No. Am. rev., 

CCXVII (Feb.) 204-208. [2876 

Professor Kennedy's original article on "Canada's national status" appeared in the September, 1922, 

number of the North American review; Mr. John S. Ewart's reply, under the same title, was in the 

December number; and the article given here is Professor Kennedy's rejoinder. 

Kenney, James F. The Canadian historical association. Canad. hist, rev., 
IV (Sept.) 200-203. [2876 

The first annual meeting of the Canadian historical association was held at the Victoria Memorial 
museum, Ottawa, May 24 and 25, 1923. 

Knaplund, Paul. Gladstone's views on British colonial policy. Canad. hist. 
REV., IV (Dec.) 304-315. [2877 

locks, George H. Builders of the Canadian commonwealth. With an intro- 
duction by A. H. U. Colquhoun. Toronto: The Ryerson press, xiii, 317 p. 

[2878 

A collection of extracts from addresses of Canadian public men, each speech being prefaced by a 
sketch of the speaker. The purpose is, primarily, to relate present problems of national life back to some 
of the men who helped to mould history .. . ." 

Rev. in: Canad. hist, rev., IV (Dec.) 358-359. 

Lowell, A. Lawrence. The treaty-making power of Canada. Foreign affairs, 
II (Sept.) 12-22. [2879 

Mackenzie, William. The new diplomacv. Canad. mag., LXII (Nov.) 3-13. 

[2880 

Reviews briefly the history of Canadian foreign policy and of her participation in the foreign negotia- 
tions of the Empire. 

Mackintosh, W. A. Economic factors in Canadian historv. Canad. hist, rev., 
IV (Mar.) 12-25. ^ [2881 

McMurrich, J. Playfair. The Royal society of Canada: its aims and needs. 
Royal soc. Canad. proc, 3d ser., XVII, liv-lxii. [2882 

Massicotte, Edmond J. Nos Canadiens d'autrefois; 12 grandes compositions. 
Introduction de M. Casimir Hebert . . . avec commentaires par des auteurs 
canadiens. Montreal: Granger freres. [28] p. illus., plates. 



Mayo, Lawrence Shaw. The forty-ninth parallel: a detail of the unguarded 
boundary. Geog. rev., XIII (Apr.) 255-265. [2884 

Sketches the history of that part of the boundary line between Canada and the United States which 
forms the northern limit of Vermont and New York. 

Morrow, E. Lloyd. Church union in Canada; its history, motives, doctrine, and 
government. Toronto: Thomas Allen. 450 p. [2885 

An argument against the proposed union of the Presbyterian and Methodist churches in Canada. 

[National council of education] Observations on the teaching of history and civics 
in the primary and secondary schools of Canada. Winnipeg: The General 
secretary of the National council of education. 43 p. [2886 

Renault, Raoul. Les timbres postes canadiens. Bul. recherches hist., XXIX 
(June) 181-182. [2887 

Historical account of Canadian postage stamps since the first issue in 1851. It is taken from an article 
by Raoul Renault in "Le Courrier du livre," v. XI, p. 84. 

Eiddell, William Renwick. The Canadian constitution in form and in fact. 

N. Y.: Columbia univ. press. [10], 77 p. (Columbia university lectures 

. . . George Blumenthal foundation, 1923) [2888 
Four lectures delivered at Columbia university, April and May, 1923. 



1023 189 

Rowell, Newton Wesley. Canada a nation. Canadian constitutional develop- 
ment. Address ... at the American bar ass'n meeting, Minneapolis, 1923. 
[Toronto] University of Toronto press. 31 p. [2889 

Kev. in: Can:i(l. hist, rev., V (Mar. 1924) 89-90. 

Roy, Pierre Georges. Lcs sources imprim6cs dc I'histoirc du Canada franf;ais. 
BuL. RECHEUCHES HIST., XXIX (Feb.- Apr., June-Aug.) 38-39, 79-80, 122-124, 
177-178, 221-222, 241-242. [2890 

Shortt, Adam. Founders of Canadian banking. Canad. bankers' assoc. 
JOUR., XXX (Jan.-July) 154-166, 304-316, 475-487; XXXI (Oct.) 38-49. 

[2891 

C'ONTENTS.— The Hon. William Alliin, merchant, and banker. Austin Cuvillier, merchant, legislator 
and banker. John Solomon Cartwright, banker, legislator and judge. Captain Qeorge Truscott, R. 
N., retired naval officer and adventurous banker. 

c:ont. from v. XXX, no. 1, Oct. 1922. 

Smillie, Emmaline E. An historical survey of Indian migration within the empire. 
Canad. hist, rev., IV (Sept.) 217-257. [2892 

Includes a discussion of East Indian immipration into British Columbia between the years 1905 and 
1917, the Dominion iminiKiation laws in rej^ard to Indians and their political status in the Dominion. 

Stevenson, J. A. Canada and foreign policy. Foreign affairs, I (Mar.) 
108-120. [2893 

The story of the British people. Revised edition. Toronto: Thomas Nelson 
and sons. 371 p. [2894 

"A new and extensively revised edition of a school history for the British Empire, especially adapted 
for use in Canadian schools." cf. Canad. hist, rev., IV (Dec. 1923) 3G8. 

Stuart, Sir Campbell. Canada and the Empire. Canad. mag., LXI (Oct.) 
445-451. [2895 

Reviews briefly the historical development of Canada, and its place in the Empire. 

Stuart, Sir Campbell. Le Canada et I'Empire. See. g^og. Quebec bul., 
XVII (Mar.) 90-100. [2896 

Translation, by M. F.-X. Chouinard, of a speech by Sir Campbell Stuart at the session of the Royal 
institute, London, Feb. 13, 1923. 
The speech, in English, is printed in the Canadian magazine, v. LXI (no. 2895, above). 

Toronto. Public library. Canadian books; a study outline for the people. 
Compiled by the Reference division, Toronto public library, for the minister 
of education in the interest of the Canadian book week of nineteen twenty- 
three. [Toronto] Department of education of Ontario, Public libraries branch. 
20 p. [2897 

Toronto. Public library. Map collection of the Public reference library of the 
city of Toronto. Toronto: PubHc library. Ill p. ' [2898 

Willison, J. S. A treaty and a signature. Canad. hist, rev., IV (June) 145-149. 

[2899 

Calls attention to certain implications involved in the recent negotiation and signing of the halibut 
fisheries treaty between the United States and Canada by the Canadian minister only, and not by 
the British ambassador. 

Aboriginal Period 

Hayward, Victoria. Papyri truly Canadian. Canad. mag., LXII (Dec.) 87-99. 

[2900 

A description of a number of Indian graveyards and burial monuments in Canada. 

Smith, Harlan I. An album of prehistoric Canadian art. Ottawa: Gov. print, 
bureau, iv, 195 p. (Canada. Geological survey. Victoria memorial mu- 
seum bulletin no. 37. Anthropological series, no. 8) [2901 
At head of title: Canada. Department of mines . . . 

Toronto. Ontario Provincial museum. Thirtv-third annual archaeological re- 
port, 1921-22. By Dr. R. B. Orr. Being part of the Appendix to the Report 
of the Minister of education, Ontario. Toronto: Printed bv Clarkson W. 
James, 1922. 134 p. plates. * [2902 

Contents. — . . . The Hurons, Algonquin subtribes and clans of Ontario. The masks or false 
faces of our Ontario Indians. Red Paint burial in Ontario. Parent lands of our Algonquins and 
Hurons, by W. R. Harris. Method in archaeology, by Arthiu: C. Parker. Burial ceremonies of the 
Hurons. Art of the Canadian Indians, by William J. Thomson. Ojibwa myths and tales, by George 
E. Laidlaw. How the Beaver Indians regained summer, by Mr. Bourassa. New accessions to the 
museum. New material. 



190 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

New France, 1534-1760 

Archambault, Joseph-Papin. Les exercices spirituels de S. Ignace aux premiers 
temps de la colonie. Canada franc., IX (Jan.) 323-334. [2903 

Audet, Francis-J. Les Canadiens au Nouveau-Mexique. Soc. g6og. Quebec 
BUL., XVII (May) 139-163. [2904 

Narrative of a voyage to New Mexico, in 1739, by seven Canadians under the leadership of Pierre 
Mallet, drawn from manuscripts in the Canadian archives. 

Auteuil, Denis-Joseph Ruette d'. Lettre de Denis- Joseph Ruette d'Auteuil, 
procureur general du conseil souverain, au ministre sur ses difficultes avec le 
gouverneur de Frontenac (10 novembre 1679). Bul. recherches hist., 
XXIX (Feb.) 42-47. [2905 

Beaugrand-Champagne, A. Le chemin d'Hochelaga. Royal soc. Canad. 
PROC, 3d ser., XVII, sec. 1, 17-24. [2906 

The writer is concerned to show that the route of Cartier's voyage to Hochelaga in 1535 followed the 
Riviere des Prairies, north of the island of Montreal, rather than the St. Lawrence to the south. 

Beaupin, Mgr. Mgr de Laval a Montigny-sur-Avre. Canada franq., XI 
(Sept.) 9-25. [2907 

' 'Discours de Mgr Beaupin a I'occasion des f6tes . . . de I'inauguration du monument de Mgr de 
Laval, dans I'eglise natale du prelat a Montigny-sur-Avre." 

Bilodeau, Ernest. Relations des voyageurs frangais en Nouvelle-France par 
Seraphin Marion. Action franq., X (Nov.) 299-307. [2908 

See no. 2941. 

Bruchesi, Emile. Dollard. Action fran^., IX (June) 351-355. [2908a 

Account of a recent celebration in honor of Adam Dollard, Sieur des Ormeaux. 

Camirand, Antonio. La saintete chez Mgr de Laval. Canada franq., X (May) 
276-293. [2909 

Canada. Dept. of the interior. Dominion parks branch. Extracts from the 
Travels and explorations of the Jesuit missionaries in New France, 1610-1679. 
Ed. by Reuben Gold Thwaites, secretary of the State historical society of 
Wisconsin, U. S. A. [Ottawa: Printed by F. A. Acland] 24 p. illus. (His- 
toric sites series, no. 5) [2910 
On cover: Fort Sainte Marie ii., Christian Island, Ontario, and palisaded Huron village (either St. 
Louis or St. Ignace ii), county of Simcoe, Ontario . . . Canadian national parks, Historic sites, 1923. 

Caron, Ivanhoe. Mgr de Laval et la colonisation de la Nouvelle-France. Canada 
FRANg., X (May) 321-332. [2911 

Casey, Magdalen. The King's girls. Canad. mag., LXI (June) 152-158. [2912 

Describes the sending out of girls from France to New France as wives for the soldiers of the Carignan 
regiment and early settlers, between the years 1665 and 1670. 

Chabaud, I'abhe. Lettre de I'abbe Chabaud, missionnaire en Tile Saint-Laurent 
(He d'Oiieans) a M. de Lamet. Bul. recherches hist., XXIX (Sept.) 
286-288. [2913 

A letter written from Quebec, Nov. 29, 1688. 

Champris, H. Gaillard de. Jean de Bernieres et Mgr de Laval; ou, Le directeur 
laique d'un futur eveque. Canada franq., X (May) 294-306. [2914 

Champris, H. Gaillard de. Mgr. de Laval et la traite de I'eau-de-vie au Canada. 
Rev. hebdomadaire, XXXIIe ann. (June 30) 537-552. [2914a 

Champris, H. Gaillard de. Monseigneur de Laval et le pouvoir royal. Canada 
FRANg., XI (Dec.) 241-255. [2915 

Champris, H. Gaillard de. Un monument au pays natal de Mgr de Laval. 
Canada franc., X (Mar.) 142-155. [2916 

Regarding a project to erect a monument to Mgr. de Laval at the approaching tricentenary of his 
birth. 

Champris, H. Gaillard de. Le premier eveque de la Nouvelle-France — Frangois 
de Montmorency-Laval. Corresp., n. s. CCLV (May 10) 441-466. [2917 

a propos of the celebration in Canada of the tricentenary of his birth. 



191 

Charlevoix, Pierre Frangois Xavier de. Journal of a voyaK^ to North America. 

Translated from the KnMich of i-*ierre Fraru.-ois Xavier de Charlevoix. Edited, 

with historical iiitr(Kliicti(ni, notes and inriex, by Louise Phelps Kellogg. 

Chicago: The Caxton club. 2 v. front, (fold, niapj. (2918 

Reprint of the first English edition (London, 1761). 

Les conges de traite aecord(3s en 1717. Bul. rechehciiks hi.st., XXIX (Sej>t.) 
271-274. (2919 

Prints a document containinR a list of the permits to trade with the Indians, granted by the fovernor 
of New France, in 1717. 

Couillard-Despres, A. Les origines de la seigneurie de Saurel: \L Pierre de 
Saurel, seigneur de Saurel, et ses premiers censitaires. IioY.\L hoc. C.\.\.\d. 
I'Koc, 3(1 ser., XVII, sec. 1, 183-191. (2920 

Courchesne, Georges. Monseigneur de Laval et reducation en Xouvelle- 
France. Canada FiiANg., X (May) 307-320. [2921 

Coyne, James H. The Dollier-Galin6e expedition, 16G9-70. Ont. hist. soc. 
PAP., XX, 75-81. [2922 

Address at Port Dover, July 5th, 1922, at the unveiling of the memorial commemorating the Dollier- 
Galin6e expedition, 1669-70. 

Cruikshank, E. A. The exploring expedition of Dollier and Galinee in 1669-70. 
Ont. hist. soc. pap., XX, 5-8. (2923 

Address delivered at the unveiling of the memorial erected at Port Dover by the Canadian govern- 
ment, July 5, 1922, to commemorate the discovery of Lake Erie by white men. 

DeCelles, A. D. Un projet de colonisation de Vauban. Royal soc. Canad. 
piioc, 3d ser., XVII, sec. 1, 193-196. (2924 

Discusses a plan for the colonization of Canada which was formulated by the Marquis de Vauban 
under Louis XIV. 

France. King (Louis XIV) Une lettre du roi au gouverneur de la Barre. Bul. 
RECHERCHES HIST., XXIX (Julv) 215-218. (2925 

Written from Foutainebleau, August 5, 1683. 

The letter is found in the archives of the Province of Quebec. 

Frontenac, Louis de Buade, comte de. Un memoire de Frontenac. Bul. re- 
CHERCHES HIST., XXIX (Oct.) 315-317. [2926 

Copy of a "memoir" presented by the Comte de Frontenac, governor of New France, to ^L de 
Pontchartrain in regard to certain officers and other matters, Oct. 15, 1691. 

Gosselin, Am6dee. Olivier Letardif juge-prevot de Beaupre. Royal soc. 
Canad. proc, 3d ser., XVII, sec. 1, 1-16. [2927 

Gosselin, David. Monseigneur de Laval. Canada FRANg., X (June) 355-358. 

(2928 

Grandmaison, Leonce de. L'histoire pathetique du peuple acadien. Etudes, 
CLXXV (Apr. 20, May 5) 129-153, 276-293. (2929 

Groulx, Lionel. Frangois de Laval. Action fran^., IX (May) 274-284. [2930 

Hasenclever, Adolf. Die Waldlaufer Kanadas iin 17. Jahrhundert. Preus- 
siscHE jAHRBtJCHER, CXCIV (Nov.) 113-134. (2931 

Hocquart, Gilles. Le svsteme postal sous le regime frangais. Bul. recherches 
^ HIST., XXIX (Dec.) 368-369. (2932 

^ Copy of an order of the Intendant Hocquart, July 20, 1732, which relates to the postal system of New 
France. 

Jeudwine, J. W. Studies in empire and trade. London, N. Y. [etc.] Longmans, 
liii, 463 p. maps. [2933 

British and French in North America: p. 322-336. The Seven years' war and after: p. 337-347. 

These chapters deal with the early British and French settlements in North America and the Anglo- 
French struggle for control in the western hemisphere. 

Rev. in: Canad. hist, rev., IV (Dec.) 333. 

Kerallain, Rene de. Le regiment de Carignan-Salieres au Canada (1665-1668). 
Rev. HIST. COLONIES FRANg., XI° aim., IV« trimestre (no. 44) 294-296. [2934 

La Briere, Yves de. Hommage du Canada et de la France au premier 6veque 
de Quebec, Mgr Frangois de Montmorencv Laval. Etudes, CLXXVI 
(July 20) 170-175. ' [2935 



192 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

lallemant, Jerome. Lettres en voices de la Novvelle France, Au R. P. lacqves 
Renavlt Prouincial de la Compagnie de leavs en la Prouince de la France, Par 
le R. P. Hier. Lallemant Superieur des Missions de la dite Compagnie en ce 
nouueau Monde. A Paris, Chez Sebastien Cramois}^ Imprimeur ordinaire du 
Roy. 1660. Auec Priuilege du Roy. [Boston, 1923] facsim.: 49 num- 
bered leaves. [Americana series; photostat reproductions by the Massa- 
chusetts historical society, no. 104]. [2936 

For description cf. Harrisse, Notes . . . Nouvelle France, no. 113. 

One of 10 photostat copies reproduced from the original in the Bibliotheque nationale, December 
1923. 

Lapalice, 0. M. H. L'abb6 Pierre-Frangois de Thiersant. Bul. recherches 
HIST., XXIX (Dec.) 370-373. [2937 

lapalice, 0. M. H. Frangois-Gabriel de Thiersant. Bul. recherches hist., 
XXIX (Feb.) 48-51. [2938 

lapalice, 0. M. H. Frangois Henri de Thiersant. Bul. recherches hist., 
XXIX (Nov.) 337-341. [2939 

Laval de Montmorency, F. X. de. Une lettre de Mgr de Laval d Tarcheveque 
de Paris. Bul. recherches hist., XXIX (Oct.) 300-302. [2940 

A letter written from Quebec, Oct. 11, 1700. It is found among the manuscripts in the Bibliotheque 
nationale, Paris. 

Marion, Seraphin. Relations des voyageurs frangais en Nouvelle-France au 
XVII® siecle. Paris: Les Presses universitaires de France, viii, 276 p. [2941 
Rev. in: Canad. hist, rev., V (June 1924) 163-165. 

Summary of contemporary accounts of the chief French explorations in Canada in the seventeenth 
century. 

Massicotte, E. Z. Le capitaine Pierre-Louis de Cloches. Bul. recherches 
hist., XXIX (July) 206-208. [2942 

A French officer who died in Montreal in 1692. 

Massicotte, E. Z. Jacques de Fay. Bul. recherches hist., XXIX (Dec.) 
361-362. [2943 

Massicotte, E. Z. La justice seigneuriale de Tile Jesus. Bul. recherches 
hist., XXIX (Sept.) 275-276. [2944 

Historical account of the court of justice of the Isle J6sus, during the French regime. 

Massicotte, E. Z. Nos croix de chemins. Bul. recherches hist., XXIX (Apr.- 
May, Aug.-Sept.) 125-127, 142-143, 229-231, 269-270. [2945 

Notes regarding wayside crosses erected by early French explorers, officials, and colonizers in Canada. 

Massicotte, E. Z. Pierre Gadois, premier concessionnaire de terre a Montreal. 
Bul. recherches hist., XXIX (Feb.) 36-37. [2946 

Pierre Gadois was the first Frenchman to receive a grant of land in Montreal. 

Pacifique, R^v. Pere. Jacques Cartier k Carleton. See. geog. Quebec bul., 
XVII (Mar.) 75-79. [2947 

Pacifique, Rev. Pere. Jacques Cartier a Tile du Prince-Edouard. See. geog. 
Quebec bul., XVII (Jan.) 9-15. [2948 

Identifies the " fleuve des Barques " visited by Cartier June 30- July 1, 1534, with a bay on the northern 
coast of Prince Edward Island. 

Paullin, Charles 0. The early choice of the forty-ninth parallel as a boundarv 
line. Canad. hist, rev., IV (June) 127-131. [2949 

Concerned with certain negotiations looking to the establishment of the boundaries between the 
British and French possessions in North America, according to a provision of the treaty of Utrecht in 
1713. The line of the 49th parallel was the boundary formally claimed by the British government at 
the behest of the Hudson's Bay company. 

Quebec (Province) Archives. Rapport de I'archiviste de la Province de 
Quebec pour 1922-1923. Par Pierre-Georges Roy. Quebec: L.-A. Proulx, 
imprimeur de sa majesty le Roi. xv, 467 p. [2950 

The documents in this volume are of the French period. 
Rev. in: Canad. hist, rev., V (June 1924) 165-166. 

Richmond, Frederick J. Le premier debarquement de Cartier a Gaspe. See. 
g6og. Quebec bul., XVII (Sept.) 205-208. [2951 

Translation of an article published in the Annual report of the Canadian historical association, 1922. 
The writer concludes that it was at what is now O'Hara's Point that Cartier's first landing was made. 



193 

Riddell, William Renwick. Notes on the slave in Nouvelle-France. Jour. 
np:gro hist., VIII (July) 316-330. (2962 

Roy, Camille. Mgr de Laval, 1623-1708. Quebec: Imprimerie franciscaine 
missionaire. 83 p. (2953 

Roy, Camille. Le troisiSme centenairc de Mgr de Laval. Canad. vr\s(;., X 
(May) 241-249. (2964 

Describes the celebration at Quebec, on April 30th, of the 300th anniversity of the birth of Fruncois 
de Montmorency-Laval, first bishop of New France. 

Roy, Pierre Georges. Le bourgeois sous le regime frangais. Bul. hecheuches 
HIST., XXIX (Aug.) 225-228. (2966 

Roy, Pierre Georges. Les bourrcaux de Quebec sous le regime frangais. Hul. 
RECHERCHES HIST., XXIX (Jan.) 3-11. (2966 

Roy, Pierre Georges. Une ex6cution capitale dans le i)ort de Qu6bec en 1663. 
Bul. RECHERCHES HIST., XXIX (May) 137-140. (2967 

Roy, Pierre Georges. La mere Marie de I'lncarnation i\ I'ile d'0rl6ans. Bul. 
RECHERCHES HIST., XXIX (Nov.) 342-343. (2968 

Roy, Pierre Georges. Le nom Valliere de Saint-R^al 6tait-il authentique? Bul. 
RECHERCHES HIST., XXIX (Juue) 161-168. [2969 

Roy, Pierre Georges. Ou fut sign^e la capitulation de Quebec le 18 septembre 
1759? Bul. recherches hist., XXIX (Feb.) 66-68. (2960 

Roy, Pierre Georges. Le present du roi. Bul. recherches hist., XXIX (Julv) 
193-195. [2961 

Regarding the meaning of a term found from time to time, among the documents of the French r<'gime 
in Canada.. 

Roy, Pierre Georges. Un projet d'expedition de M. d'Iberville contre Boston. 

Bul. RECHERCHES. HIST., XXIX (Oct.) 289-2-94. [2962 

Discusses the proposal of Pierre LeMoyne d'Iberville, in 1700, for an expedition to capture Boston. 

Roy, Pierre Georges. Le site du fort de Jacques Cartier sur les bords de la 
riviere Lairet, a Quebec. Bul. recherches hist., XXIX (Sept.) 257-259. 

[2963 

Saint-Ignace, mere, originally Jeanne-Frangoise Juchereau de la Ferte. Le 

tremblement de terre de 1663. Bul. recherches hist., XXIX (Sept.) 

277-281. [2964 

A description of the earthquake of 1663, taken from the "Histoire de I'Hotel-Dieu de Quebec" (1751) 

written by la Mere Juchereau de Saint-Ignace. 

Saint-Vallier, Mgr de. M^moire de Mgr de Saint- Vallier au Cardinal de Noailles 
au sujet de I'hopital-general de Quebec. Bul. recherches hist., XXIX 
(Nov.) 335-336. [2966 

Copy of a document contained in the Bibliotheque nationale, Paris. 

Scott, H. A. Le Ven. Frs de Montmorency-Laval et I'eglise de la Nouvelle- 
France. Canada franc, X (May) 250-275. [2966 

Uzureau, F. C. Lettres d'une religieuse de Montreal (1700-1701). Canada 

FRANC, X (Apr.) 218-228. [2967 

Two letters, written in 1700 and 1701, by Sister Gallard at Montreal to her niece in France, preserved 

in the manuscript collection of the Bibliotheque d'Angers, France, and communicated by the Abb6 

Uzureau, director of "I'Anjou historique". 

Weaver, Emily P. Early days in old Quebec. Canad. mag,, LXI (June) 
107-117. [2968 

Seven Years' War 

Holland, Samuel. A new account of the death of Wolfe. Ed. bv A. G. Doughtv. 
Canad. hist, rev., IV (Mar.) 45-55. [2969 

A letter written by Samuel Holland, a participant in the battle of the Plains of Abraham, in which 
he describes the events of the battle and the death of Wolfe. The letter was found among the corre- 
spondence of John Graves Simcoe, and is dated June 10th, 1792. 

Roy, Pierre Georges. Le conseil de guerre du 13 septembre 1759. Bul. 
recherches hist., XXIX (Apr.) 115-116. [2970 

Note regarding the council of war called by the Marquis de Vaudreuil, at Quebec, following the 
French defeat at the Plains of Abraham, Sept. 13, 1759. 



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194 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

British North America, 1760-1867 

Anburey, Thomas. Travels through the interior parts of America, by Thomas 

Anbiirey, heiitenant in the army of Burgoyne. With a foreword by Major- 

General WiUiam Harding Carter. Boston and N. Y.: Houghton Mifflin co. 

2 V. map. [2971 

Reprint of a book which first appeared in England in 1789. 

It comprises 79 letters of which nos. 3-24 were written from Quebec and Montreal, Oct. 8, 1776- June 
12, 1777. 

Audet, Francis-J. Sir Frederic Haldimand. Royal soc. Canad. proc, 3d 
ser., XVII, sec. 1, 127-149. [2972 

A defense of his administration of the governorship of Canada. 

Boucher de la Bruere, Montarville. Lafontaine, Rolph et Papineau; Episodes de 
1838 et de 1843. Canad. hist, assoc. rep., 1923, 56-64. [2973 

Prints a number of political documents of the years given. 

Burpee, Lawrence J. The North West com^pany. Canad. hist, assoc. rep., 
1923, 25-38. [2973a 

Burpee, Lawrence J. Notes on David Thompson. Canad. hist, assoc. rep., 
1923, 75-84. [2973b 

Burpee, Lawrence J., ed. Some letters of David Thompson. Canad. hist, rev., 
IV (June) 105-126. [2974 

Copies of letters addressed to Sir Robert Peel, Lord Stanley, and Mr. Gladstone, in the summer of 
1840, and forwarded to them by Mr. Gould of London. The letters are concerned with the survey 
and delimitation of the boundary line between Canada and the United States on which he was engaged 
from 1816 to 1826. 

Burt, A. L. Sir Guy Carleton and his first council. Canad. hist, rev., IV 
(Dec.) 321-332. [2975 

Concerned with the relations between Governor Carleton and his council during the opening months 
of his administration. 

Caron, Ivanhoe. La colonisation de la Province de Quebec; debuts du regime 
anglais 1760-1792. Quebec: Imprimerie 1' Action sociale. xvi, 340 p. [2976 

Chapais, Thomas. Cours d'histoire du Canada, t. IV. 1833-1841. Quebec: 
Librairie Garneau. 335 p. [2977 

Fourth and last volume of a course in history which the writer gave at the University of Laval during 
four consecutive years. 

Rev. in: Canad. hist, rev., IV (Dec.) 347-349. 

Colquhoun, A. H. IT. A victim of Scottish Canadians. Dalhousie rev.. Ill 
(Oct.) 286-290. [2978 

Tells the story of an English journalist in Montreal, Samuel Hull Wilcocke, who pubUshed a weekly 
called the Free Press, from 1822 to 1824, in which he violently opposed the proposed Union bill of 1822 
^nd denounced the "Scotch faction" in Montreal, as a result of which he was subsequently driven 
from Canada. 

Fay, C. E. Mearns and the Miramichi; an episode in Canadian economic history. 
Canad. hist, rev., IV (Dec.) 316-320. [2979 

Concerned with the activities of the Canadian branches of a firm of ship-owners of Liverpool (Pollock, 
GUmour and co.), founded by Allan Gilmour, of Mearns, Scotland. In 1812 the firm opened a branch, 
as timber merchants, on the Miramichi in New Brunswick, and at later periods branches at St. John, 
Quebec and Montreal. 

A history of the firm has recently been published in Liverpool {see no. 2987). 

Fortescue, J. W. A history of the British army. v. XI. 1815-1838. London: 
Macmillan. xxiii, 533 p. maps. [2980 

Contains a few pages (501-508) dealing with the Canadian rebellion of 1837-8. 

Howay, F. W. Early days of the maritime fur-trade on the northwest coast. 
Canad. hist, rev., IV (Mar.) 26-44. [2981 

Concerned with the struggle between the British and the Americans to control this trade during the 
period from 1788 to about 1800. The writer believes that the trade monopoly of the South Sea and East 
India companies was the greatest factor making for the defeat of the British in their effort to control 
this trade. 

Landon, Fred. Canada and the underground railroad. Kingston hist. soc. 
rep., 1923, 17-31. [2982 



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Lewin, Evans. The North-west company and the fur trade. L'mt. empikk, 

II. s. XIV (June) 3()9-;i71. (2983 

Describes the contents of ii docuinent of 1809 relating to the early history of the Northwest territories 

of Canada, and probably written by David 'rhorni»son, contained in the library of the Koyal colonial 

institute. 

Massicotte, E. Z. Le baron SchafTaliskv. Bul. uecheuches hist., XXIX (Mavj 
134-13(5. ' (2984 

Biograi)hical notes resardiny the Baron Schaffalisky, a Hessian ofTiccr who settled in Canada after 
the American revolution. 

Massicotte, E. Z. Pierre Ducalvet inculpe en 1775. Bul. hecherches hi.st., 
XXIX (Oct.) 303-305. (2985 

Prints a document from the archives at Montreal, dealing with the accusation of disloyalty made 
against Pierre Ducalvet, just prior to the American invasion. 

Raney, William F. Recruiting and crimping in Canada for the northern forces, 
1861-1805. Miss. Valley ihst. uev., X (June) 21-33. (2986 

Rankin, John. A history of our firm, being some account of the firm of Pollock, 
Gilmour and co. and its offshoots and connections, 1804-1920. Liveri>ool: 
Henry Young, 1921. [2987 

During the period from 1812 to 1879 this firm had several branches engaged in the timber and ^hiir 
building industry in Canada. 

Riddell, William Renwick. The first court of chancery in Canada. Boston 
UNIV. LAW. REV., Ill (Jan.) 1-12. [2988 

Cont. from v. II, no. 4, Oct. 1922. 

The first court of chancery in Canada existed in the old province of Quebec during the first years of 
British rule, from 1764 to about 1770. 

Riddell, William Renwick. John Richardson [1796-1852] Toronto: The Ryer- 
son press. [12], 226 p. port. (Makers of Canadian literature, L, A. Pierce, 
editor . . .) [2989 

Roy, Pierre Georges. La premiere province ecclesiastique au Canada. Bul. 
RECHERCHEs HIST., XXIX (June) 179-180. [2990 

The four dioceses of Canada, those of Quebec, Montreal, Kingston and Toronto, were united in one 
ecclesiastical province in 1844, under the jurisdiction of the archbishop of Quebec. 

War of 1812 

Buell, W. S. ''Red George" — one of the Macdonells. Canad. hist, rev., IV 
(June) 150-159. [2991 

Tells the story of George Macdonnell, a Canadian oflScer in the British army who served in Canada 
during the War of 1812. 

Cruikshank, E. A. The county of Norfolk [Ont.] in the War of 1812. O.nt. 
hist. soc. pap., XX, 9-40. [2992 

Green, Ernest. Lincoln at bay, a sketch of 1814. Welland, Canada: Trilninc- 
Telegraph press. 78 p. illus. (maps). [2993 

Concerning the services and sacrifices of the people of Lincoln county, Ontario, during the War of 
1812, and the battle of Chippawa in 1814. 

[Lundy's Lane historical society] The battle o^ Cook's Mills and the dedication 
of its monument. Welland, Can.: Tribune- Telegraph press. 23 p. [2994 

The unveiling and dedicatory ceremonies were carried out ... by the Lundy's Lane historical 
society. 

Contents.— Cook's Mills, yesterday and today, by Ernest Green. The story of the dedication, 
reprinted from the Welland Tribune and Telegraph of July 2(). 192.3. Dedicatory prayer, by Rev. 
Archdeacon N. I. Perry. The action of Cook's Mills, by Brigaaicr-(jeneral E. A. Cruikshank. The 
significance of Cook's Mills in the fortunes of the war, by R. AV. Geary. 

Nursey, Walter R. The story of Isaac Brock (General Sir Isaac Brock, K. B.), 
hero, defender and saviour of Upper Canada, 1812. Toronto: McClelland 
and Stewart. 237 p. [2995 

4th ed., rev. and enl. 

Wood, William, ed. Select British documents of the Canadian war of 1812. In 
three vokmies. v. II. Toronto: The Champlain societv. ix, [3], 517 p. 
(Champiain soc. pub. XIII) [2996 

Contents.— A. Narrative documents [1813] (continued). 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXX (Jan. 1925) 401; Canad. hist, rev., V (Mar. 1924) 61-65. 



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Dominion of Canada, 1867-1923 

Asselin, Olivar. L'oeuvre de Tabb^ Groulx. Montreal: Bibliotheque de 
r Action frangaise. 96 p. [2997 

Concerning the literary and historical work of the Abb6 Groulx, professor of history at the University 
of Montreal. 

The Canadian militia before the Great war. Canad. hist, rev., IV (June) 
98-104. [2998 

Deacon, William Arthur. Peter Mc Arthur. Toronto: The Ryerson press. 
[8], 180 p. port. (Makers of Canadian literature, L. A. Pierce, editor . . .) 

[2999 

Contents.— Biographical. Anthology. Appreciation. Bibliography. 

De f0rste norske Settlementer i Canada. Norsk-Amerikaneren, no. 6, 249-252. 

[3000 

Hale, Katharine. Isabella Valancy Crawford [1850-1887] by Katherine Hale 
(Mrs. John Garvin) Toronto: The Ryerson press. [8], 125 p. port. (Makers 
of Canadian literature; L. A. Pierce, editor. . . ) [3000a 

Contents.— Biographical. Anthology. Appreciation. Bibliography. 

Harvey, D. C. Thomas D'Arcy McGee; the prophet of Canadian nationahty. 
[Winnipeg] University of Manitoba, 30 p. [3001 

Logan, J. D. The prime minister as a man of letters. Canad. mag., LXI (July) 
211-217. [3002 

A discussion of the Rt. Hon. W. L. Mackenzie King as a man of letters. 

McArthur, Peter. Stephen Leacock. Toronto: The Ryerson press. [8], 176 p. 
port. (Makers of Canadian literature; L. A. Pierce, editor) [3003 

Contents.— Biographical. Anthology. Appreciation. Bibliography. 

Macdonald, J. F. William Henry Drummond [1854-1907] Toronto : The Ryerson 
press. [10], 132 p. port. (Makers of Canadian literature; L. A. Pierce, 
editor) [3003a 

Contents.— Biographical. Anthology. Appreciation. Glossary. Bibliography. 

Martin, Chester. Responsible government and its corollaries in the Canadian 
constitution. Royal soc. Canad. proc, 3d ser., XVII, sec. 2, 41-56. [3004 

Riddell, William Renwick. William Kirby [1817-1906] Toronto: The Ryerson 
press. [12], 176 p. port. (Makers of Canadian literature, L. A. Pierce, 
editor) [3005 

Selections from his writings, with biographical and critical sketches. 

Roy, Pierre Georges. Le premier auteur canadien couronn6 par I'Academie 
frangaise. Bul. recherches hist., XXIX (July) 219-220. [3006 

In 1880, the French academy awarded to M. Louis Frechette a priz Montyon for his collection of 
poems "Les fleurs bor^ales". This is the first instance of the decoration of a Canadian author by the 
Academy. 

Sutherland, J. C. John Macoun (Canadian teacher, explorer and naturalist) 
[1831-1920] Educ. rec. Quebec, XLIII (Jan.) 19-26. [3007 

Sutherland, J. C. Sir William Dawson. Educ. rec. Quebec, XLIII (Apr.) 
104-123. [3008 

The subject of this sketch was Superintendent of education in Nova Scotia, 1850-1855, and principal 
of McGill university, 1855-1893. 

Vanier, Anatole. Un nouveau craquement. Action fran^., IX (May) 285-290. 

[3009 

Concerned with separatist tendencies in the Canadian confederation. 

Vattier, G. L'^volution de la politique canadienne depuis 25 ans (1896-1921). 
France-Amerique, n. s., XIV« ann. (June) 134-138. [3010 

Watson, Albert Durrant. Robert Norwood. Toronto: The Ryerson press. 
124 p. port. (Makers of Canadian literature, L. A. Pierce, editor . . .) 

[3011 

Contents. — Biographical. Anthology. An appreciation. Bibliography. 



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Lucas, Sir Charles. Tlio Empire at war, cditcMl for the Royal colonial institute 
by Sir Charles Lucas ... v. II. London, N. Y. [etc.] Humphrey Milford, 
Oxford university press. .\, fl], 508 p. ports., plates, maps, dia^rs. (3012 

Pt. I. Canada, p. 3-294. Pt. II. Xcwfoiimllarul. p. 2<J.'V-:i21. 

Consists of the second volume of a five volume work in which it is planned "to trace the growth of 
imperial co-oi)eration in war time i)rior to the late war, to Kive side by side a complete record of the 
effort made in the late war by every unit of the oversejis Empire from the greatest to the smallest, and 
also to tell in what particular ways and to what extent the fortunes and the development of each part 
were affected by the war". 

Pt. I is by Professor F. II. Underbill and the editor; pt. II by the Hon. Sir P. T. McOrath and the 
editor. 
V. I, 1921. 
Rev. in: Canad. hist, rev., V (Mar. 1924) 70-71. 

Morison, Frank. The 16th and 10th Canadians at St. Julien. In Hamilton 
association for the cultivation of literature, science, and art. Journal and 
proceedings, no. XXX. Hamilton, Canada, p. 132-149. [3013 

Personal reminiscence of the battle of St. Julien in 1915 by an ofBcer in the Canadian forces. 

Williams, Ralph Hodder-. Princess Patricia's Canadian light infantry, 1914-1919. 
With a foreword by the Lady Patricia Ram.say . . . and an introduction by 
Lieutenant-Colonel A. Hamilton Gault. London and Toronto: Hodder and 
Stoughton. 2 V. fronts, (v, II, col. mounted) ports., maps. [3014 

V. I. Narrative, v. II. The roll of honour and appendices. 
Rev. in: Canad. hist, rev., V (Mar. 1924) 75-77. 

Regional History 

Newfoundland 

Cockburn, Sir John. Francis Bacon as an empire builder. Unit, empire, n. s. 
XIV (May) 272-280. [3015. 

Regarding Sir Francis Bacon's influence in the founding of the Virginia and Newfoundland colonies 

Maritime Provinces 

Murray, Walter C. College union in the Maritime Provinces. Dalhousie rev., 
II (Jan.) 410-424. [3016 

Reviews the efTorts at college union and the results, and supports the attempt at a federal union now 
being made. 

Nova Scotia 

Crowell, Edwin. A history of Barrington township and vicinity, Shelburne 
county, Nova Scotia, 1604-1870, with a biographical and genealogical ap- 
pendix. Yarmouth, N. S. [The author] 603 p. plates, ports., map. [3017 
Rev. in: Canad. hist, rev., V (Mar. 1924) 60-61. 

Gumming, Melville. The Junius of Nova Scotia. Dalhousie rev.. Ill (Apr.) 
53-60. [3018 

Concerned with the Letters of "Agricola," published in Nova Scotia in 1822. 

Flemming, Horace A. Halifax currencv. Canad. bankers' assoc. jour., 
XXX (Jan.) 199-209. " [3019 

Cont. from the October, 1922, number of the Journal. 

lauvriere, Emile. La tragedie d'un peuple: Histoire du peuple acadien. Paris: 
Editions Bossard. 2 v. illus., plates, maps. [3020 

logan, John D. Joseph Howe. Canad. mag., LXII (Nov.) 19-25. [3021 

A discussion of Joseph Howe as a man of letters and of his contribution to Canadian literature. 

lord, Arthur. Key of Port Royal. Mass. hist. see. proc, LVI, 10-15. [3022 

The key of the fort at Annapolis Royal, the old Port Royal of the French, taken in 1710. was presented 
to the Massachusetts historical society, in 1796. It has recently (1922) been returned to the Canadian 
government for deposit with other records in the fort. 

Pacifique, R^v. Pere. Sainte-Anne au Cap-Breton; conference au P. Pacifique, 
sur rile des Sauvages, le 4 aotit 1923. See. geog. Quebec bul., XVII (Nov.) 
267-293. [3023 

Sketch of the historical associations of this region. 



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Patterson, G. The coming of the "Hector." Dalhousie rev., Ill (July) 

146-151. [3024 

The "Hector" which arrived in Pictou Harbour, Nova Scotia, on Sept. 15th, 1773, was the pioneer 
ship of the great movement of population from Scotland to Nova Scotia. 

Thibeau, Patrick Wilfrid. Education in Nova Scotia before 1811. Cath. educ. 
REV., XXI (Feb.-June, Oct.-Dec.) 101-107, 166-171, 233-238, 294-300, 
365-370, 487-493, 552-558, 606-612. [3025 

Prince Edward Island 

McCready, J. E. B. Traditions of Prince Edward Island. Dalhousie rev., 
Ill (July) 204-211. [3026 

Macleod, Ada. Travels in Prince Edward Island in 1820. Dalhousie rev.. 
Ill (Apr.) 31-41. [3027 

Quakerism on Prince Edward Island in 1774. Friends' hist. soc. bul., XII, 
no. 2, 75-77. [3028 

Extracts from two contemporary records. 

Warburton, A. B. A history of Prince Edward Island from its discovery in 1534 
until the departure of Lieutenant-Governor Ready in a. d. 1831. St. John, 
N. B. : Barnes and co. 494 p. plate, ports., map, plans. [3029 

Rev. in: Canad. hist, rev., V (Mar. 1925) 57-60. 

Province of Quebec 

Ahern, Michael Joseph, and Georges Ahern. Notes pour servir a I'histoire de la 
medecine dans le Bas-Canada, depuis la fondation de Quebec jusqu'au com- 
mencement du xix« siecle. Quebec [Georges Ahern?] 563 p. [3030 
Rev. in: Canad. hist, rev., V (June 1924) 172-173. 

Archambault, Joseph Papin. La villa la Broquerie. Action fran?., IX (June) 
303-309. [3031 

A French Canadian manor house. 

Auclair, Elie J. Histoire de Mere Catherine-Aurelie du Precieux-Sang, nee 
Aurelie Caouette, fondatrice de I'lnstitut du Precieux-Sang. St. Hyacinthe: 
Monastere du Precieux-Sang. 450 p. [3032 

Caron, Ivanhoe. La colonisation de la province de Quebec: debuts du regime 
anglais, 1760-1791. Quebec: L' Action sociale. xvi, 339 p. [3033 

Rev. in: Canad. hist, rev., IV (June) 175-177. 

Chapais, Thomas. Monseigneur Tache. Canada fran?., XI (Nov.) 161-166. 

[3034 

A sketch of Monseigneur Alexandre-Antonin Tachfi, second bishop and first archbishop of Saint 
Boniface (1833-1894). 

Charlton, M. Outlines of the history of medicine in Lower Canada under the 

French regime, 1608-1759. Ann. med. hist., V (June-Sept.) 150-174, 263- 

278. [3035 

Contents.— The coming of the first physicians to Canada and Louis Hebert. The epidemic at St. 

Paul's Bay [1778]. 

Clarke, John M. L'lle Percee, au temps de la seigneurie. Soc. geog. Quebec 
BUL., XVII (Sept.) 219-229. [3036 

Translation, by M. F. Xavier Chouinard, of chapter XI of the book by John M. Clarke, entitled, 
"L'lle Percee . . ." See no. 3037. 

Clarke, John M. ' L'lle Percee, the finial of the St. Lawrence; or, Gaspe flaneries; 

being a blend of reveries and realities; of history and science; of description 

and narrative; as also a sign post to the traveler. New Haven: Yale univ. 

press, xii, 203 p. illus., plates, maps. [3037 

Rev. in: Canad. hist, rev., IV (Dec.) 352-354. 

Commission des monuments historiques de la Province de Quebec. Premier 
rapport . . . 1922-23. Quebec: L.- A. Proulx. xvi p. [3038 

a report by the president, Adelard Turgeon. 



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La famille Archainbault, Hul. iikcherches hibt,, XXIX (Sept.) 204-206. 

[3039 

Gale, George. Historic tales of old Qiiebcf. R(!V. iind v.f\\. Qiif-hcc: The 
Telogra{)h j)riiit. co. fO], 344 p. illus., plates. [3040 

Georges, Emile. Mgr. Gustave Blanche, c. m. j., 6voquc de Sicra, premier 
vicaire apostoliquc du Golfe Saint-Laurent et du Labrador (1X48-1910). 
Gros-Pin, Quebec: Noviciat des Pdres Eudistes. 103 p. (3041 

Gervais, Alphonse. L'album-souvenir du centenaire de Saint-C6saire, 7 sejj- 
teml)rc, 1022. (St. Hvacinthe: Imp. de I'lnstitution des Sourds-Muets.] 
119 p. ^ [3041a 

Lecompte, Edouard. L^n grand chretien, Sir Joseph Dubuc, 1840-1914. Mon- 
treal: Imprimerie du Messager. 270 p. [3042 

literary and historical society of Quebec. Index to the archival j)ublications 
of the Literary and historical society of Quebec, 1824-1924. Quebec: L'Ev6ne- 
mciit press. 215 p. ' [3043 

Marquis, G. E. Les fortifications de Quebec; un centenaire, 1823-1923. Qu^'bec 
[The author?] 32 p. (3044 

Massicotte, E. Z. Une complainte sur le grand incendie de Montreal en 18r)2. 
BuL. RECHERCHEs HIST., XXIX (July) 211-214. [3045 

Massicotte, E. Z. Les coroners de Montreal, 1764-1923. Bul. recherches 
HIST., XXIX (Oct.) 295-297. (3046 

Massicotte, E. Z. Les d6buts de la photographic k Montreal. Bul. recherches 
HIST., XXIX (Aug.) 237-238. (3047 

Massicotte, E. Z. L'escrime et les maitres d'armes ^ Montreal. Bul. recherches 
HIST., XXIX (Sept.) 260-263. [3048 

Historical notes regarding fencing in Montreal. 

Massicotte, E. Z. Une noce populaire il y a einquante ans. Royal soc. Caxad. 
PRoc, 3d ser., XVII, sec. 1, 25-31. [3049 

Description of French Canadian marriage customs of fifty years ago. 

Massicotte, E. Z. Les noms de rues et de localitcs dans la region de Montreal. 

■ Bul. recherches hist., XXIX (Feb., Mar., June) 52-53, 77-78, 169-170. 
[3050 

Massicotte, E. Z. Les protonotaires de Montreal, 1794-1923. Bul. recherches 
HIST., XXIX (Nov.) 324-334. [3051 

Consists of brief biographical sketches. 

Massicotte, E. Z. Les sherifs de Montreal (1763-1923). Bul. recherches 
HIST., XXIX (Apr.) 107-114. [3052 

Maurault, Olivier. L'Ecole polvtechnique de Montreal. Rev. trimestrielle 
CANAD., IX« ann., no. 36 (Dec.) 341-372. [3053 

A sketch of the history of this school. It is now a part of the University of Montreal. 

Maurault, Olivier. Saint-Jacques de Montreal: I'eglise — la paroisse. Montreal: 
Au Presbytere. 126 p. [3054 

The history of a parish of Montreal. 

Morin, Victor. La ville aux clochers dans la verdure. The city of spires in the 
green. Montreal: La Cie de publication de la Patrie, limitee. 61 p. [3055 

French and English on opposite pages. 

A sketch of Montreal. Presented by the author to the members of the American numismatic associa- 
tion on the occasion of their convention at Montreal, August, 1923. 

Perrier, Philippe. Un eveque missionnaire. Action FRAxg., IX (Apr.) 216-228. 

[3056 

A sketch of Mgr Latulipe, first bishop of Haileybury, 1908-1922. 

Le premier stenographe canadien-fran^ais. Bul. recherches hist., XXIX 
^ (Dec.) 358-360. [3057 

^K ~ A sketch of Jean-Toussaint Thompson, who died at Montreal, in 1915, aged 82 years. 

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Rivard, Adjutor. De la liberie de la presse. Royal soc. Can ad. proc, 3d ser., 
XVII, sec. 1, 33-104. [3058 

Concerning the freedom of the press in the Province of Quebec. 

Robitaille, Georges. Barthelemy Joliette. Action fran^., IX (June) 366-375. 

[3058a 

Ross, Margaret. Lewis settlers of the eastern townships. Canad. mag., LXI 
(June) 171-176. [3059 

Concerned with the Highlanders from Lewis, Scotland, who settled in the eastern townships of Quebec 
in the 1830's. 

Roy, Egide. La formation du regime scolaire canadien-frangais. Canada 
FRANg., XI (Nov.) 209-220. [3060 

A short historical account of the French Canadian school system. 

Comprises the first chapter of the writer's doctoral thesis at the Universite Cathplique de Lille, France, 
1922. 

Roy, Pierre Georges. Une communaute canadienne au Chili. Bul. recherches 
HIST., XXIX (June) 173-174. [3061 

Brief historical account of the community of Sisters of Providence which was foimded in Chile in 
1853 by Sisters from Montreal. 

Roy, Pierre Georges. Les eveques consacres a Quebec. Bul. recherches 
HIST., XXIX (Apr., June) 97-106, 192. [3062 

Brief biographical notices of Catholic bishops consecrated at Quebec, 1772-1911. 

Roy, Pierre Georges. L'honorable juge Alexis Caron. Bul. recherches hist., 
XXIX (July) 209-210. [3063 

Biographical notes regarding the French Canadian judge, Alexis Caron, 1764-1827. 

Roy, Pierre Georges. Le lieu de naissance de Faucher de Saint-Maurice. Bul. 
RECHERCHES HIST., XXIX (Feb.) 33-35. [3064 

Roy, Pierre Georges. Le monument au Lieutenant Henry-Edward Baines, au 
cimitiere Mount-Hermon, k Quebec. Bul. recherches hist., XXIX (Jan.) 
25-26. [3065 

This monument was erected by the citizens of Quebec to the memory of Lieut. Henry Edward Baines, 
Royal artillery, for his efforts in fighting the fire at Quebec on October 14th, 1866. 

Roy, Pierre Georges. Les monuments commemoratifs de la province de Quebec. 
Quebec: Public par la Commission des monuments historiques de la Province 
de Quebec. 2 v. [3066 

Roy, Pierre Georges. Les petites choses de notre histoire. Cinquieme serie. 
L^vis. 303 p. [3067 

Rev. in: Canad. hist, rev., IV (Dec.) 335. 

Roy, Pierre Georges. Les premieres annees de Valliere de Saint-Real. Bul. 
recherches hist., XXIX (May) 129-133. [3068 

Roy, Pierre Georges. Les premiers bureaux d'enregistrement de la province de 
Quebec. Bul. recherches hist., XXIX (Mar.) 75-76. [3069 

Roy, Pierre Georges. Le vieux Quebec. Premiere serie. Quebec. 300 p. 

Rev. in: Canad. hist, rev., IV (Dec.) 335-336. [3070 

Sowad, F. H., ed. The first Assemblv in Lower Canada. Canad. hist, rev., 
IV (Sept.) 258-263. ' [3071 

Prints a letter written by John Richardson, a well-known merchant of Montreal, Feb. 16, 1793, which 
is of interest as revealing the attitude of the English in the assembly. 

Speck, Frank G. Mistassini hunting territories in the Labrador peninsula. Am. 
anthrop., n. s. XXV (Oct.) 452-471. [3072 



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Province of Ontario 

Breithaupt, W. H. Early settlement in Ui)per Canada. W'ATKKLOfj iiibt. hoc. 
KEP., XI, 11-17. [3073 

Brubacher, Benjamin. Brubacher family history. Waterloo hist. soc. hkf., 
XI, 38-45. (3074 

Bruce, L. M. Waterloo county Great war memorials. Waterloo hlst. hoc. 
RHi'., XI, 22-37. (3075 

Canada. Dept. of the interior. Dominion parks branch. Fort Sainte Marie II, 
(yhristian Island, Ontario, and pallisaded Huron village (either St. Louis or 
St. Ignace II) county of Simcoe, Ontario. (Ottawa: Printed at the Govern- 
ment printing bureau] 24 p. (Historic sites series, no. 5) (3076 

Carnochan, Janet. Capt. James Matthew Hamilton, 5th regiment of foot. 
Niagara hist. hoc. pub., XXXV. (3077 

Cassan, Matthew Sheffield. Some account of the life of a military settler in 
Canada, 1834. Women's Canad. hist. soc. Toronto trans.. XXII. 23-30. 

(3078 

The journal of Matthew ShelField Cassan, who emigrated from Ireland and settled in Seymour town- 
ship, Ont., in 1831. 

Coyne, James H. Richard Maurice Bucke; a sketch. Toronto: Henrv S. 
Saunders. 78 p. (3079 

Cruikshank, E. A. The countv of Norfolk in the War of 1812. Ont. hist. soc. 
PAP., XX, 9-40. ' [3080 

Cruikshank, E. A. Some letters of Robert Nichol (1797-1806] Ont. hlst. soc. 
PAP., XX, 41-74. [3081 

Cruikshank, E. A., ed. The correspondence of Lieut. Governor John Graves 
Simcoe, with allied documents relating to his administration of the government 
of Upper Canada. Collected and edited by Brigadier General E. A. Cruik- 
shank, . . , for the Ontario historical society, v. I. 1789-1793. Toronto: 
Pub. by the Society, xv. 443 p. maps. [3082 

In addition to the oflicial letters there are included many other papers tending to throw light on the 
|i administration of civil and military affairs, the exploration and settlement of the province of Upper 
' - Canada, its foreign relations, and its economic and social life. 
Rev. in: Canad. hist, rev., IV (Dec.) 342-344. 

Cumberland, R. W. Pioneer problems in Upper Canada, with special reference 
to the opinions of the Honorable Richard Cartwright. Queen's quar., XXXI 
(Oct.) 154-172. [3083 

A brief consideration of the position of the U. E. loyalists, from the political point of view. 

Cumbeiland, R. W. The United empire loj^alist settlements between Kingston 
and Adolphustown. Kingston: The Jackson press. 24 p. (Bulletin of the 
depts. of history and political and economic science in Queen's university, 
Kingston, Ontario, Canada, no. 45, May 1923) (3084 

Also pub. in Queen's quarterly, XXX (Apr.) 395-419. 

Regarding the loyalist settlements about the Bay of Quint6 at the end of the 18th century. 

Donly, H. B. Turkey Point, or Charlotteville. Ont. hist. soc. pap., XX, 82-83. 

[3085 

Eby, Allan A. The Ebv familv as related to the Brubachers. Waterloo hist. 
soc. rep., XI, 46-49.' " [3086 

Fregeau, F. D. A Kaministiquia centennial. Thunder Bay hist. soc. rep.. 
XIII (1922) 7-10. [3087 

Concerned with the meeting, on the banks of the Kaministiquia river, of the principal ofTicers of the 
Hudson's Bay company and the Northwest fur compauy, July 1, 1821, to put into effect the new arrange- 
ments incident to the amalgamation of the two companies. 

Gardiner, Henry Fairbairn. When the "Plain Speaker's" tvpe was pied. Ont. 
hist. soc. PAP., XX, 84-89. ' [3088 

A political incident in the history oi the Belleville newspaper, the "Plain Speaker", in 1838. 

Going, A. M. Fort Frederick; a museum added to the Roval militarv college at 
Kingston. Canad. mag., LXII (Nov.) 65-68. [3089 

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Gilkison, Augusta I. G. Some events in the life of Capt. Joseph Brant not gen- 
erally noticed. Ont. hist. soc. pap., XX, 90-91. [3090 

Hamilton, Basil G. Capt. J. M. Hamilton and descendants. Niagara hist. soc. 
PUB., XXXV. [3091 

Herriot, W. Aboriginal agriculture in southwestern Ontario. Waterloo hist. 
soc. REP., XI, 18-21. [3092 

Hind, Henry Roule. Narrative of the Canadian Red River exploring expedition 
of 1857. Thunder Bay hist. soc. rep., XIV, 15-20. [3093 

Reprint of a chapter from a book by Henry Roule Hind, in charge of the Assiniboine and Saskatchewan 
expedition, a copy of which is in the Governmental library, at Ottawa. The chapter here reprinted is 
concerned with the Thunder Bay region— "The Kaministiquia route— Fort William— Lake Superior to 
the Height of Land". 

Jarvis, William. Letters from the Secretary of Upper Canada and Mrs. Jarvis, 
to her father, the Rev. Samuel Peters, d. d. [1792-1813] Women's Canad. 
hist. soc. Toronto trans., XXIII, 11-63. [3094 

Leonard, F. E. The Normandale furnace, 1829 — Lieutenant-Governor John 
Graves Simcoe. Ont. hist. soc. pap., XX, 92-93. [3095 

McCall, Alexander. Normandale and the Van Normans. Ont. hist. soc. pap., 
XX, 94-97. [3096 

McCannell, James. The steamer "Rescue", a pioneer in Great Lakes shipping. 
Thunder Bay hist. soc. rep., XIV, 11-14. [3097 

Historical sketch of one of the early boats on the Great Lakes, plying between Collingwood and Fort 
William. 

Middleton, Jesse Edgar. The municipality of Toronto, a history, by Jesse Edgar 
Middleton, with the co-operation of a group of special writers. Toronto and 
N. Y. : The Dominion pub. co. 3 v. illus., plates, ports. [3098 

Vol. Ill, and a part of v. II, contain biographical and genealogical material. 
Rev. in: Canad. hist, rev., IV (Dec.) 354-355. 

Nasmith, George G. Timothy Eaton. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 
xiii, 312 p. [3099 

Rev. in: Canad. hist, rev., V (June 1924) 175. 

Page, Frank E. The story of Smith ville. Welland, Can.: Tribune-Telegraph 
press. 90 p. plates, ports. [3100 

Playter, George F. An account of the founding of three military settlements in 
eastern Ontario — Perth, Lanark and Richmond, 1815-20. Ont. hist. soc. 
PAP., XX, 98-104. [3101 

"Notes on the foregoing military settlements, by E. A. Cruikshank": p. 100-104. 

Riddell, William Renwick. The Ancaster "Bloody assize" of 1814. Ont. hist. 
soc. PAP., XX, 107-125. [3102 

An account of several treason trials in Upper Canada, growing out of the War of 1812. 

Riddell, William Renwick. Osgoode Hall. In the Report of the Maine state bar 
association for 1922 and 1923. v. XXIII. Augusta: Press of Charles E. 
Nash and son. p. 140-142. [3103 

A brief historical sketch of the building in Toronto in which the superior courts of the province hav© 
sat for more than ninety years. 
Reprinted from the Annual report of the Canadian historical association for 1922. 

Riddell, William Renwick. The slave in Upper Canada. Jour. Am. inst. 
criminal law, XIV (Aug.) 249-278. [3104 

Riddell, William Renwick. Thomas Scott, the second attorney-general of Upper 
Canada. Ont. hist. soc. pap., XX, 126-144. [3105 

Riddell, William Renwick. Toronto in the parliaments of Upper Canada, 1792- 
1841. Woman's Canad. hist. soc. Toronto trans., XXII, 11-22. [310e 

Riddell, William Renwick. William Firth, the third attornev-general of Upper 
Canada, 1807-1911. Canad. bar rev., I (Apr.-May) 326-337, 404-417. 

[3106a 

Ryerse, George J. Port Ryerse; its harbour and former trade. Ont. hist. soc. 
pap., XX, 145-148. [310T 



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Smith, C. H. E. Rev. Roht. Addison, m.a. NiAfiAitA hist. hoc. pub., XXXV. 

(3108 

Smith, William L. The pioneers of old Ontario. Toronto: Morang. xix, .S43 
p. front, (port.) illus. (The makers of Canada; new series). (3109 

I{(!V. in: danad. hist, rev., IV (June) 17H-179. 

York pioneer and historical society. R('f)ort for the year 11)22. Toronto [The 
Society] 40 p. ports. [3110 

Western Provinces and Territories 

Barbeau, Marius. Indian days in the Canadian Rockies. Toronto: The Mac- 
rnillan co. of Canada. [<S], 207 p. col. front., col. ports. [3111 

Rev. in: Canad. hist, rev., IV (Dec.) 362-363. 

Burpee, Lawrence J. Western trails and pathfinders. King.ston' hist. hoc. 
UEP., 1923, 34-(iO. [3112 

Inglis, Gordon. The Hudson's Bav coiiii)anv; a history of its inception and 
achievements. Landmark, V (Apr.) 266-268. [3113 

laut, Agnes C. Lords of the north; gentlemen adventurers of the Hudson's Bay 
company in no-man's land. Mentor, XI (Apr.) 3-16. [3114 

Maclean, Donald Alexander. Catholic schools in western Canada, their legal 
status. Toronto: Tiie Extension print, x, 162 p. [3115 

Thesis (ph. d.)— Catholic university of America. 

An historical account of Catholic schools and their legal status in the three provinces of western Canada , 
Alberta, Saskatchewan and British Columbia. 

Olivier, Edmund H. The contest between Lieutenant-Governor Royal and the 
Legislative assembly of the North West territories, 1888-1893. Royal soc. 
Canad. proc, 3d ser., XVII, sec. 2, 81-118. [3116 

Manitoba 

Campbell, John A. The Hudson Bay railway. The Pas, Manitoba. 28 p. 

[3117 

Extracts from speeches delivered by the Commissioner of Northern Manitoba in December, 1922, 
and January and February, 1923. 

Healy, William J. Women of Red River; being a book written from the recollec- 
tions of women surviving from the Red River era. Winnipeg: Russell, Lang 
and CO. [10], 261 p. illus., ports. [3118 

" A tribute to the women of an earlier day by the Women's Canadian club." 
Rev. in: Canad. hist, rev., IV (Dec.) 355-358. 

Lecompte, Edouard. Un grand chr6tien, Sir Joseph Dubuc, 1840-1914. Mon- 
treal: Imp. du Messager. 270 p. [3119 

Sketch of a former chief justice of the province of Manitoba. 

lucas, Frederick C, ed. An historical souvenir diary of the city of Winnipeg, 
Canada. [Winnipeg, Man.: Cartwright and Lucas] 240 p. illus., plates. 

[3120 

Melville, C. H. The hfe of General the Rt.-Hon. Sir Redvers Buller, v.c, g.c.b., 
G.c.M.B. London: Edward Arnold and co. 2 v. [3121 

Contains a chapter describing the Red River expedition of 1869 in which he took part. 
Rev. in: Canad. hist, rev., V (Mar. 1924) 68-69. 

Nute, Grace Lee. James Dickson: a filibuster in Minnesota in 1836. Miss. 
Valley hist, rev., X (Sept.) 127-140. [3122 

Narrative of the military expedition under the command of one calling himself General Dickson of 
the "Indian liberating army," from Minnesota into the Red River settlement, to obtain half-breed 
recruits to aid the cause of Texas and later to establish -Jn Indian kingdom in the far West. 

Nute, Grace Lee, ed. Documents relating to James Dickson's expedition. 
Miss. Valley hist, rev., X (Sept.) 173-181. [3123 

"The choice of documents to be printed has been determined in the main by the amount of light 
thrown on the attitude of the Hudson's Bay company and on Dickson's character." 



204 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Prud'homme, L. A. Le premier parlement de Manitoba, 1870-1874. Royal 
soc. Canad. proc, 3d ser., XVII, sec. 1, 165-182. [3124 

Tremaudan, A. H. de. Louis Riel and the Fenian raid of 1871. Canad. hist. 
REV., IV (June) 132-144. [3125 

Saskatchewan 

Rondeau, Clovis. La Montagne de Bois (Willow-Bunch) Saskatchewan meridio- 
nale. Mise en ordre par le Rev. P. Alexis. Quebec: Imp. F Action sociale. 
iii, 291 p. [3126 

British Columbia 

Anderson, G. H. Vancouver and his great voyage. King's Lynn, England: 
Thew and son. 91 p. [3127 

Rev. in: Canad. hist, rev., VI (Mar. 1925) 85-86. 

Barbeau, Marius. Fort Simpson, on the Northwest coast. Canad. hist, assoc. 
REP., 1923, 84-89. [3127a 

The Hudson's Bay company's post on the Pacific coast, founded in the 1830's. 

Emmons, George T. Jade in British Columbia and Alaska, and its use by the 

natives. N. Y.: Museum of the American Indian, Heye foundation. 53 p. 

illus., plates (part col.) (Indian notes and monographs . . . [Miscellaneous] 

no. 35) [3128 

Describes a number of Indian and Eskimo jade objects. 

Flick, C. I. A short history of the 31st British Columbia Horse. Victoria, 
B. C: J. Parker Buckle, The ''Rehable press", 1922. 40 p. illus. [3129 

"An account of the history of a cavalry unit in the Canadian mihtia, formed in 1910, and the part 
played by its officers and men in the Great war." cf. Canad. hist, rev., V (June 1924) 182. 

Howay, F. W. The Spanish discovery of British Columbia in 1774. Canad. 
HIST. ASSOC. REP., 1923, 49-55. [3130 

Concerned with the expedition of Juan Perez in 1774. 

MacDonald, Ranald. Ranald MacDonald, the narrative of his early life on the 
Columbia under the Hudson's Bay company's regime; of his experiences in 
the Pacific whale fishery; and of his great adventure to Japan; with a sketch 
of his later life on the the western frontier, 1824-1894; edited and annotated 
from the original manuscripts by William S. Lewis and Naojiro Murakami. 
Spokane, Wash.: Pub. for the Eastern Washington state historical society by 
the Inland- American printing co. 333, [3] p. illus. (plan) plates, ports., 
maps, facsim. [3131 

Rev. in: Am hist rev., XXIX (Jan. 1924) 384-385; Canad. hist, rev., IV (Dec.) 349-350. 

MacKay, Isabel Ecclestone. The David Thompson memorial. Canad. mag., 
LX (Jan.) 223-229. [3132 

The David Thompson memorial fort at Windermere, British Columbia. 

Menzies, Archibald. Menzies' journal of Vancouver's voyage, April to October, 
1792. Edited with botanical and ethnological notes, by C. F. Newcombe . . . 
and a biographical note by J. Forsyth. Printed by authority of the Legis- 
lative assembly. Victoria, B. C: Printed by W. H. CuUin. xx, 171 p. 
plates, ports., maps, facsims. (Archives of British Columbia. Memoir no. V) 

[3133 

"It was deemed advisable for the present to publish only that portion which related to Vancouver 
Island and Puget Sound."— p. iii. 
Rev. in: Canad. hist, rev., IV (Sept.) 270-272. 

Orme-Webb, R. 0. Early days in Vancouver and British Columbia. Unit. 
EMPIRE, n. s. XIV (Jan.) 20-22. [3134 

Work, John. The journal of John Work, a chief-trader of the Hudson's Bay co., 
during his expedition from Vancouver to the Flatheads and Blackfeet of the 
Pacific Northwest, edited, and with an account of the fur trade in the North- 
west, and life of Work, by William S. Lewis and Paul C. Phillips. Cleveland: 
The Arthur H. Clark co. 209 p. plates, port., map. (Early western jour- 
nals, no. 1) [3135 
Journal of the fur trading expedition into the Snake river region, 1831-1832. 
Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Jan. 1924) 383-384; Canad. hist, lev., V (Mar. 1924) 66-68 



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205 



Gomery, Percy. The side door to i\w. Klondike;. Canad. bankers' Assoc, jour., 
XXX (.Jan.-Apr.) 210-217, 34f)-;i.5:3. [3136 

The writer's reminiscences of tlio gold rush to the Klondike, in 1898, via the Ktikine river anfl tho 
(•assiur country. 

Jenness, Diamond. Origin of the Copper E.skiinos and their copp(!r culture. 

Geog. kev., XIII (Oct.) 540-551. (3137 

The writer has "tried to prove that the Copper Eskimos came about five centuries ago from the cast 

to Coronation Gulf and in that region through contact with the Indians, acquired the copper culture 

which marks them oil from other Eskimos" 



LATIN AMERICA 
General 

Alvarez, Alejandro. Pan Americanism and the international policy of America. 
Inter-America, VII (Dec.) 69-88. [3138 

Translation of an article published in Revista Chilena (Santiago, Chile) March and April, 1923. 

Alvarez, Alejandro. La Panamericanisme et la politique internationale de 
I'Amerique. Rev. Geneve, no. 33 (Mar.) 257-282. [3139 

Bayle, Constantino. La propaganda protestante en la America espanola; los 
primeros conquistadores. Razon y fe, LXVI (June) 137-152. [3140 

Belaunde, Victor Andres. Hispanic America. In Rice institute pamphlet. 
Houston [Rice institute] v. X, no. 4. p. 165-244. [3141 

Contents.— I. Hispanic America; its culture and its ideals. II. Incan communism and bolshevism. 
III. The frontier in Hispanic America. IV. The Spanish-American universities. V. The centennial 
of South American independence. 

Bonilla y San Martin, Adolfo. Los mitos de la America precolombina, la patria 
de Colon, y otros estudios de historia hispanoamericana. Barcelona: Editorial 
Cervantes. 291 p. [3142 

A collection of studies concerning Spanish America, some of which have already been published 
elsewhere, written by the author during recent years. Among them are.— Como deben estrecharse 
las relaciones de Espafia con America? Sobre el Pan-Hispanismo. Un libro necesario [The Spanish 
pioneers, by Charles F. Lummis (Spanish translation by Arturo Cuyas, pub. at Barcelona, in 1916)] 
La Sociedad de naciones. Un filosofo Cubano (Don Felix Varela). 

Dawson, Floy. Latin American history in the high school. Hist, outlook, 
XIV (Apr.) 141-144. [3143 

Inman, Samuel Guy. Pan-American conferences and their results. Southw. 
POL. SCI. QUAR., IV (Dec.) 238-266. [3144 

A survey of the Pan-American conferences of 1889, 1901, 1906 and 1910. 

James, Herman G., and Percy A. Martin. The republics of Latin America; their 
history, governments and economic conditions. N. Y. and London: Harper. 
X, 533 p. map. [3145 

As the title would indicate, the emphasis has been placed on the period subsequent to the achievement 
of independence. The first two chapters deal with the European background, the native races, dis- 
covery and settlement, and the Spanish and Portuguese colo-o-ial systems. The concluding chapter 
consists of an account of the international relations of the Lat in-American nations, with special ref- 
erence to the development of the Monroe doctrine, Pan-Americanism, and Latin America and the 
World war. 

"This book has been prepared to meet the needs of college courses in the field of history or govern- 
ment, or in foreign trade courses of the schools of commerce ..." 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (.Jan. 1924) 386; Am. pol. sci. rev., XVIII (Feb. 1924) 191-193. 

leon, Carlos. The discovery of America by Spain; advantages conferred by it 
on civilization. Inter-America, VII (Dec.) 143-153. [3146 

This article is " an extreme illustration " of a present tendency " to an undiscriminating condemnation 
of all things Spanish, at the same time as a sentimental overestimate of the intellectual and moral attain- 
ments and the civilization of the indigenous peoples of America ". 

Concerned primarily with Spanish America. 

Translation of an article published in Cuba contemporanea (Havana) July 1923. 

Martin-Granizo, Leon. Aportaciones bibliografica; viajeros y viajes de espanoles, 
Portugueses e hispano-americanos. Rev. geog. col. y merc, XX (Aug., 
Sept., Nov.) 275-292, 305-326, 369-396. [3147 

Contents.— A-K. 

Palau y Dulcet, Antonio. Manual del librero hispano-americano. Inventario 
bibliografico de la produccion cientifica y literaria de Espana y de la America 
latina desde la invencion de la imprenta hasta nuestros dias, con el valor 
comercial de todos los articulos descritos. t. I. Secci6n A-B. Barcelona: 
Libreria Antiquaria. xxxix, 295 p. [3148 

206 



WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY, ir>2.'5 • 207 

Robertson, William Spence. Hispanic-Anicricjui relations with tho I'liited States, 
by William 8p(3nce Robertson. Ed. by David Kinloy. N. Y., London [etc.] 
Oxford univ. i)resH. xii, 470 p. illus. (maps) (Publication.^ of the Carnegie 
endowment for international peace. Divisi<jn of ec(^nomics and hist<jry) (3149 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Jan. l'J24) 363-364; .\m. jour, internal, law, XVIII (Jan. 1924) 21.'>-217; 
Am. pol. sci. rev., XVIII (Feb. 1924) l'J4-195. 

Thomas, David Y. Pan-Americanism and Pan-IIispanism. Xo. A.vi. kkv,, 
CCXVII (Mar.) 327-333. [3150 

L'Union panam6ricaine. Rev. Am£rique latine, VI, no. 22 (Oct.) 97-102. 

[3161 

Sketch of the origin and history of the Pan-American Union. 

Zeballos, E. S. The evolution of law in Latin America. Am. bar as.soc. jour., 
IX (Oct.) 633-635. [3162 

Discovery and Conquest (1492-1550) 

[See also America in General — Discovery and Exploration] 

Cieza de Leon, Pedro de. Civil wars in Peru, the war of Las Salinas, by Pedro 
de Cieza de Le6n, translated with an introduction by Sir Clements Markham. 
London: Printed for the Hakluyt society, xxiv, 304 p. (Works issued by 
the Hakluyt society ... 2d ser.', no. LIV) [315*3 

It " The fourth part [of the ' Cronica del Peru 'j tells the story of the civil wars in Peru, in five books . . . 

The present volume contains a translation of book 1."— Introd. 

Garcfa, Celso. Aventuras del primer explorador de America, Alvar Nunez 
Cabeza de Vaca, relatadas a los ninos. Barcelona: Casa editorial Araluce. 
158 p. (Los grandes hombrcs) [3154 

Means, Philip Ainsworth. Some comments on the inedited manuscript of Poma 
de Ayala. Am. anthrop., n. s. XXV (July) 397-405. [3155 

study of the manuscript chronicle of early Peru of Felipe Guaman Poma de Ayala, which belongs to 
the Royal library, Copenhagen. 

Zarate, Agustin de. Die Entdeckung und Eroberung Perus. Herausgegeben von 
H. Petriconi. Leipzig: Freytag. 87 p. (Freytags Sammlung Fremdspra- 
chiger Schriftwerke, Spanisch 2.) [3156 

Colonial Period (1550-1810) 

Abendanon, J. H. Het oud Spaansch kolonial stelsel zooals dit is nedergelegd 
in de "Leyes de Indias". Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde 
kAN Nederlandsch-Indii^, LXXIX, 73-197. [3157 

Altolaguirre y Duvale, Angel de. El presupuesto de ingresos y gastos del ano 
1594 de los reinos de Castilla v los ingresos procedentes de las Indias. Rev. 
geog. col. y MERC, XX (Feb.) 54-63. [3158 

Barreiro, Agustin Jesus. Los predecesores de la antropologia en Espana; el 
Dr. Francisco Hernandez y su obra " De antiquitatibus Novae Hispaniae". 

[ In Asociaci6n espanola para el progreso de las ciencias. Congreso de Oporto, 
t. VI. Ciencias naturales. Madrid, 1921. p. 141-151. [3159 

Also pub. in the Actas de la Sociedad espanola de antropologia, t. I, 1922, 57-68. 

Barreiro, Agustin Jesus. La expedici6n de don Alejandro Malaspina, 17S9- 
1795. In Asociacion espaiiola para el progreso de las ciencias. Congreso de 
Salamanca. Conferencias. t. II. IMadrid. p. 69-85. [3160 

Becker, Jeronimo. Diario de la primera partida de la demarcaci6n de Ifmites 
entre Espana y Portugal en America, precedido de un estudio sobre las cues- 
tiones de limites entre Espafia v Portugal en America. Real soc. geog. 
BOL .. LXIV. nos. 1-4, supplement. 209-304 p. [3161 

Consists of pts. 14-19 of the "Diario". The earlier parts were issued with the "Boletln" for 1920-1922. 

The period covered is from April 1784 to March 1785. 

Beltran y Rozpide, Ricardo. Epitome de historia de Espana y sus Indias, para 
las escuelas de Espafia, America y Filipinas. Madrid: Imp. del Patronato de 
huerfanos de los cuerpos de intendencia e intervenci6n railitares. 100 p. 
map. [3162 



208 • AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Clavero Navarro, Antonio. Establecimientos de ensenansa creados por Espaiia 
durante sii dominaci6n en America. Revista Calasancia (Madrid) XI, 
212-219, 394-400, 976-983, 1048-1063. [3163 

Dyer, Lois K. History of the cabildo of Mexico City, 1524-1534. La. hist. 
QUAR., VI (July) 395-477. [3164 

A study of Spanish colonial administration, being the history of the cabildo or municipal council of 
Mexico during a period of ten years. 

Garcia Calderon, Francisco. Sur I'esprit des lettres coloniales. Rev. Amerique 
LATiNE, IV, no. 13 (Jan.) 9-14. [3165 

Notes on the literary and intellectual history of Latin America during the colonial period. 

Hackett, Charles Wilson, ed. Historical documents relating to New Mexico, 
Nueva Vizcaya and approaches thereto, to 1773, collected by Adolph F. A. 
Bandelier and Fanny R. Bandelier; Spanish texts and English translations, 
edited with introductions and annotations. Washington, D. C: The Carnegie 
institution of Washington, xx, 502 p. (Carnegie institution of Washington. 
Publication no. 330, v. I. Papers of the Department of historical research, 
J. Franklin Jameson, editor) [3166 

I. The expansion of Spain in North America, to 1590. — 1. Introduction. 2. Reports relating to the 
services and merits of explorers and conquerors of New Spain. 3. Fourteen c§dulas and letters relating 
primarily to Indian affairs in Nueva Galicia, Nueva Vizcaya, and adjacent regions, 1562-1597. 4. Docu- 
ments relating to the early colonial administration of New Spain. II. The founding of New Mexico, 
1580-1600.— 1. Introduction. 2. Documents relating to the founding of New Mexico. 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Apr. 1923) 563-564. 

Icaza, Francisco A. de. Conquistadores y pobladores de Nueva Espafia; dic- 
cionario autobiogrdfico sacado de los textos originales. Madrid [Impr. de 
''El Adelantado de Segovia"] 2 v. [3167 

Lopez, A. Documentos ineditos del siglo xvi referentes al nuevo Reino de 
Granada. Arch, ibero-am., XIX, 1922, 363-385; XX, 1923, 145-176. [3168 

Ocampo, Juan de. Nueva Umbria, conquista y colonizaci6n de este reino en 
1518. Misiones de Rosa Blanca y San Juan de las Galdonas en 1656. Madrid: 
Editorial-America [192-?] 255 p. (Biblioteca americana de historia colonial) 

[3169 

At head of title: . . . Maestre Juan de Ocampo, Mateo Montalvo de Jarama. 

Ocampo's work, " Nueva Umbria . . ." is copied from the original in the Biblioteca nacional (Madrid) 
Seccion manuscritos, no. 23,446. The region called Nueva Umbria embraced the present states of Bajo 
Magdalena and Santander in Colombia, and Zulia, T^chira and Falcon in Venezuela. 

The original of the "Misiones de Rosa Blanca y San Juan de las Galdonas . . ."by Montalvo de 
Jarama, is in the Biblioteca municipal (Madrid) and marked: Letra S. 146, numero 1,456. It is an ac- 
count of exploration and settlement in British Guiana and Venezuela. 

Pastells, Pablo. Historia de la Compania de Jesus en la provincia del Paraguay 
(Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay, Peru, Bolivia y Brasil), segun los documentos 
originales del Archivo general de Indias. t. IV. Madrid: Sudrez. 567 p. 

[3170 

t. I, 1912. t. II, 1915. t. Ill, 1918. 

Perez, Pedro Nolasco. Religiosos de la Merced que pasaron a la America 

Espaiiola . . . con documentos del Archivo general de Indias. Se villa: 

Tip. Zarzuela. 2 v. (Publicaciones del Centro oficial de estudios america- 

nistas de Sevilla. Biblioteca colonial americana. t. IX, XII) [3171 

Contents.— I. Siglo XVI. II. Siglos XVII y XVIII. 

Also published in the Boletin del Centro de estudios Amerieanistas de Sevilla, anos IX and X, 
1922-1923. 

Pulido Rubio, Jose. El piloto mayor de la Casa de la contratacion de Sevilla. 
Pilotos mayores del siglo xvi (Datos biogrdficos). Sevilla: Zarzuela. yiii, 
291 p. (Publicaciones del Centro oj&cial de estudios amerieanistas de Sevilla. 
Biblioteca colonial amerieanistas de Sevilla. Biblioteca colonial americana. 
t. X) [3172 

Reprinted from the Boletin del Centro oficial de estudios amerieanistas de Sevilla, afios X-XI. 

A study of the ofiBce of pilot major of the Casa de la contratacion in Spanish colonial administration. 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXX (Jan. 1925) 386-387. 

Ricard, Robert. Note sur Fr. Pedro Melgarejo, 6vange-lisateur du Mexique. 
BuL. Hisp., XXV, no. 3 (July) 253-256. [3173 

16th century Franciscan missionary in Mexico. 

Romero de Terreros, M. Las artes industriales en la Nueva Espana. Barce- 
lona: J. Horta. 222 p. [3174 



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Rubio y Moreno, Luis. Archive general de Indias. Secci6n V. Consejo y 
ministcrio. Catalogo de legajos de la Audiencia de Santa V6. Hkv. akciuvos, 

XXVII (Jan.-Mar.) 82-98, 247-257. f3174a 

Torres Lanzas, Pedro. Catdlogo de legajos del Archive general de Indias, 
Seccion torccra: Casa de la coritrataci6n de Indias. Centho estud. A.m. 
Sevilla bol., afio X, nos. G2-04, p. 04-128; nos. G5-(>7, p. 88-140; nos. 08-09, 
p. 84-89. (3175 

Cont. from ano IX, 1922. 

Torres Lanzas, Pedro. Escudos de arnias, titulos de ciudades y villas, funda- 
ciones de pueblos, erecci6n dc obispados, etc. Centro estud. Am. Sevilla 
BOL., ano X, nos. 02-04, p. 129-130; nos. 65-07, p. 80-87; nos. 08-09. p. 
94-95. [3176 

Contents.— Tltulo dc villa para el Pueblo de Todos Santos de Calaboza en la Provincia de Venezuela 
11577] Titulos de niuy fiel y reconquistadora, etc., a la ciudad de San Felipe y Santiago de Montevideo 
[1808] Tratamiento de excellencia al ayuntamiento de Montevideo [1811]. 
Cont. from the volume for 1922 (ano IX). 

Wessels, C. Samuel Fritz, s. j., 1054-1725. Studie.v, C, 24.5-207, 348-304, 
427-439. [3177 

I. Misslonaris en Ontdekkingsreiziger in de Vallei der Amazonas 1685-1725. II. De Eaart der 
Amazonas-Rivier. 

The long lost journal of this famous missionary who spent 37 years among the Indian tribes of the 
Upper Amazon, from 168f) to 1723, was published by the Uakluyt society in 1922 (Works issued by the 
society ... 2d ser., no. LI). 

Revolutionary Period (1810-1830) 

Andre, Marius. Bolivar et la d^mocratie. Rev. Am^rique latine, IV, nos. 
13-14 (Jan.-Feb.) 35-51, 130-150. [3178 

Lemly, Henry Rowan. Bolfvar, liberator of Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, 
Peru and Bolivia. Boston, Mass.: The Stratford co. [12], 452 p. plates, 
ports., map, plan, facsim. [3179 

Parra-Perez, C. La diplomatie de Bolivar, Rev. Amerique latine, VI, nos. 
21-22 (Scpt.-Oct.) 1-9, 103-109. [3180 

Perkins, Dexter. Russia and the Spanish colonies, 1817-1818. Am. hist, rev., 

XXVIII (July) 050-072. [3181 
Regarding the attitude of Russia towards the pacification of the Spanish colonies in America. 

Ronze, Raymond. A propos de "I'Essai historique sur la revolution de mai " de 
Ricardo Levene. Rev. Amerique latine, IV, no. 10 (Apr.) 358-303. [3182 

A review of the book entitled, "Ensayo historico sobre la revolucion de mayo y Mariano Moreno," 
by Ricardo Levene (Buenos Aires: Facultad de derecho y ciencias sociales, 1920-1921). 

Temperley, H. W. V. The foreign poHcv of Canning, 1820-1827. In The 
Cambridge history of British foreign pohcy, 1783-1919. Ed. by Sir A. W. 
Ward . . . and G. P. Gooch. v. II. Cambridge: At the Universitv press. 

^^p. 51-118. ^ [3183 

The Spanish colonies: p. 64-68. The Monroe doctrine: p. 68-72. The recognition of the Spanish 
American republics: p. 73-78. The question of Portugal and Brazil: p. 78-83. 

Torres Lanzas, Pedro. Independencia de America; catdlogo de documentos 
existentes en el Archivo general de Indias de Sevilla. Segunda serie. Centro 
estud. Am. Sevilla bol., ano X, nos. 70-72, p. 117-139; nos. 76-78, p. 1-98. 

[3184 

The first series was published at Madrid (Estab. tip. de la Sociedad de publicaciones historicas. 
6 V.) in 1912 . 

Mexico 

Camacho, Ramiro. Algunos aspectos sociales de la civilizaci6n espaiiola en 
Mejico. Raz6n y fe, LXV (Jan.) 21-37. [3185 

I. Origen de la sociedad hispanomejicana. II. La proteccion del obrero indfgena. III. El programa 
economico del senor Obispo Zumarraga y las primeras instituciones sociales. 

A comprehensive outline of mining historv in Mexico. (From the Mexican vear 
book). Pan-American mag., XXXVI'(Nov.) 214-218. [3186 



210 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Dillon, E. J. President Obreg6n — a world reformer. Boston: Small, Maynard 
and CO. [6], 350 p. [3187 

Dyer, lois K. History of the cabildo of Mexico City, 1524-1534. La. hist. 
QUAR., VI (July) 395-477. [3188 

Garber, Paul NeflF. The Gadsden treaty. Phila.: Press of the University of 
Pennsylvania, viii, [4], 222 p. maps. [3189 

Published also as thesis (ph. d.) University of Pennsylvania, 1923. 

Kruse, Hans. Deutsche Briefe aus Mexiko, mit einer Geschichte des Deutsch- 
amerikanischen Bergwerksvereins, 1824-1838; ein Beitrag zur Geschichte des 
Deutschtums im Auslande. Essen: G. D. Baedeker. 16, cxx, 304 p. illus., 
plates (incl. ports.) (Veroffentlichungen des Archivs fiir rheinischwest- 
falische Wirtschaftsgeschichte (Rheinischwestfalisches Wirtschafts-Archiv 
in Koln). Bd. IX.) [3190 

Letters of F. W. Grube and J. C. L. Schmidt. 

Die Geschichte des Deutsch-amerikanischen Bergwerksvereins und die Anfange der deutscben Kolonie 
in Mexiko sowie die diplomatischen Beziehungen zwischen Mexiko und Deutschland: p. i-cxx. 

McBride, George McCutchen. The land systems of Mexico. With a foreword 
by Sefior Manuel Gamio. N. Y. : American geographical society, xii, 204 p. 
illus. (maps) plates. (American geographical society. Research series, no. 
12. W. L. G. Joerg, editor) [3191 

A study of the land systems of Mexico in their geographical, economic, political and historical aspects. 
In the historical sections the writer traces back the path over which the different methods of tenure 
have evolved into their present form. 

Priestley, Herbert Ingram. The Mexican nation, a history. N. Y. : Macmillan. 

xxiii, 507 p. plates, maps. [3192 

"Its main theme is the development and significance of the Spanish colonial institution in North 

America and the trend of political, economic and social activity since independence which has made 

Mexico so great a problem in national growth and so continuous a study in international relations." 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Apr. 1924) 583-585; Am. pol. sci. rev., XVIII (May 1924) 637-638. 

Reyes, Alfonso. L'evolution du Mexique. Rev. Amerique latine, IV, nos. 
16-17 (Apr.-May) 321-327. [3193 

Rippy, J. Fred. The negotiation of the Gadsden treatv. Southw. hist, quar., 
XXVII (July) 1-26. ' [3194 

Serrano, Luciano. Alonso de Montufar, segundo arzobispo de Mejico. Real 
ACAD. HIST. BOL., LXXXII, 299-321. [3194a 

Trejo lerdo de Tejada, Carlos. Educational evolution of Mexico. Inter- 
America, VII (Dec.) 96-114. [3195 

Translation of an article published in Revista de filosofia (Buenos Aires) April 1923. 

The valley of Teotihuacan. Palacio, XIV (Jan. 1) 3-6. [3196 

A review of a monograph on the population of the valley of Teotihuacan, by Manuel Gamio, director 
of the Department of anthropology of the republic of Mexico, 1922. 

Winter, Nevin 0. Mexico and her people of to-day; an account of the customs, 
characteristics, amusements, history and advancement of the Mexicans, and 
the development and resources of their country. New rev. ed. Boston: L. 
C. Page and co. xvi, 548 p. plates, ports., maps. [3197 

Central America 
Costa Rica 

Gonzalez, luis Felipe. Centenario del fundador de la instrucci6n publica en 
Costa Rica. Pan Am. union bol., LVI (June) 572-581. [3198 

A sketch of Don Jesiis Jimenez, ex-president of Costa Rica, and founder of public education in that 
country. 

Panama 

Lewis, Samuel. La France & le canal de Panama. Fbance-Amerique, n. s. 
XIV« ann., 116-117. [3199 

A review of the work accomplished by the French on the Panama canal. 



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WRITINGS ON AMERICAN HISTORY, 1023 211 

West Indies 
General 

Bradlee, Francis B. C. Piracy in the West Iruiies and its sui)pression. Salem, 
Mass.: The Essex institute. [0], 220 p. plates, ports., map. (3200 

A history of piracy in the West Indies, 1820-18.'}2. In the 1820's the Oovernincnt took a hand in sup- 
pressing this practice which for years had been a menace to American commerce. Many of the ships 
captured belonged to Salem, Marblehead, Newburyport, JJoston, and other New England ports. 

There is included a history of slavers engaged in the business of bringing into the United -Slates negroes 
to be sold into slavery. 

Reprinted from the Essex institute historical collections, v. LVIII-LIX, 1922-1923. 

Hart, Francis Russell. Trade with the West Indies, 1708. Mash. hist. boc. 
PRoc, LV, 171-172. [3201 

Copies of two original documents containing memoranda of the British Council of trade, in 1708, 
regarding Irish ships trading with French ports in the West Indies. 

Verrill, A. Hyatt. The boys' book of buccaneers. N. Y.: Dodd, Mead aiui ro. 
vii, 247 p. plates. [3202 

Verrill, A. Hyatt. In the wake of the buccaneers. N. Y. and London: Century 
CO. xviii, 374 p. illus., plates, ports., maps. [3203 

Weatherly, U. G. The West Indies as a sociological laboratory. Am. jour. 
socioL., XXIX (Nov.) 290-304. [3203a 

British West Indies 

Chapin, Howard Millar. Bermuda privateers, 1739-1748. Hamilton, Bermuda 
[Royal gazette and colonist daily] [8] p. [3204 

Reprinted from the Royal gazette and colonist daily . . . November 17th, 1923. 

Consideration tovching the new contract for Tobacco, as the same hath beene 
propounded by Maister Ditchficld, and other vndertakers. [London] Printed 
162.5. [Boston, 1923] facsim.: 11 numbered leaves. [Americana series; 
photostat reproductions bv the Massachusetts historical society, no. 94] 

[3205 

One of 10 photostat copies reproduced from the original in the Henry E. Huntington library, July 1923 
This tract relates to the regulation of the trade in tobacco for the Virginia and Sommer Islands colonies 

Hay ward, Walter Brownell. Bermuda past and present; a descriptive and his- 
torical account of the Somers Islands. Rev. ed. N. Y. : Dodd, Mead and co, 
xii, 242 p. plates, map. [3206 

Higham, C. S. S. The accounts of a colonial governor's agent in the seventeenth 
century. Am. hist, rev., XXVIII (Jan.) 263-285. [3207 

Reprints of two documents containing the accounts of Sir William Stapleton, governor-general of the 
Leeward Islands from 1672 to 1686, kept by his London agents, William Freeman and Patrick Trant. 

Higham, C. S. S. Some treasurer's accounts of Montserrat, 1672-81. Eng. 
HIST. REV., XXXVIII (Jan.) 87-90. [3208 

Concerned with the attempt of the imperial government to establish control over the local finances 
of the colonies 

Jenkins, Charles Francis. Tortola, a Quaker experiment of long ago in the 
tropics. London: Friends' bookshop, vii, 106 p. plates, facsims., map. 
(Issued as supplement no. 13 to the Journal of the Friends historical socictv) 

[3209 

Jenkins, Charles Francis. Tortola, the chief of the British Virgin islands. 
Phila. geog. soc. bul., XXXI (Jan.) 1-20. [3210 

Notes on a forgotten Quaker colony in the British West Indies. 

lewin, Evans. Tercentenary of St. Kitts. Unit, empire, n. s. XIV (Apr.) 
212-214. [3211 

Lucas, Sir Charles. The Empire at war, edited for the Royal colonial institute 
by Sir Charles Lucas ... v. II. London, N. Y. [etc.] Humphrey Milford, 
Oxford university press, x, [1], 508 p. ports., plates, maps, diagrs. [3212 

Ft. III. The We^t Indies, p. 325-437. Ft. IV. Bermuda, p. 441-453. 
Concerned with the participation of the overseas Empire in the Great war. 
V I pub. in 1921 



212 AMEKICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Wrong, Hume. Government of the West Indies. Oxford: Clarendon press. 
190 p. map. [3213 

Rev. in: Am, hist, rev., XXIX (Apr. 1924) 615-616; Canad. hist, rev., V (June 1924) 162-163. 

Cuba 

Cuevas Zequeira, Sergio. Carlos Manuel de Cespedes. Inter-America, VII 
(Dec.) 89-95. [3214 

Leader in the Cuban revolutionary movement of 1868. 

Translation of an article published in the Biblioteca de las Antillas (Havana) 1923. 

Gonzalez Ricardo, Rogelio. Rafael M. Merchan; a biographical sketch. Inter- 
America, VII (Oct.) 24-28. [3215 

Story of a Cuban educator and publicist, who "exercised a great influence as a revolutionary patriot 
and as an eminent publicist". He later became Cuban minister to Spain. 

Translation of an article pubhshed in the volume entitled, " Merchan- Maso", published in Man- 
zanillo, Cuba, in 1923. 

Stuart, Graham H. Cuba and its international relations. [N. Y. : The Institute 
of international education] 46 p. (Institute of international education. 
International relations clubs, syllabus no. XIV) [3216 

"An attempt is made in this syllabus to present a brief sketch of Cuba's history and development 
in the hope that interest will be stimulated to carry the study further." 

Dutch West Indies 

Falck, Anton Reinhard, Falck over de nederlandsch West-Indische eilanden en 
Suriname. West-Ind. Gids, V (Dec.) 444-445. [3217 

An item of the year 1822, taken from the "Gedenkschriften van Anton Reinhard Falck, uitgegeven 
en met een appendix voorzien door Dr. H. T. Colenbrander ('s-Gravenhage, 1913)". 

Ga^y Fortman, B. de. Over de bestuursinrichting van Curagao. West-Ind. 
Gids, IV, no. 10 (Feb.) 533-552. [3218 

HuUu, J. de. Aruba in 1816. West-Ind. Gids, V (Nov.) 371-382. [3219 

Prints a copy of a report of a commission appointed to take over the island of Aruba, to the Governor 
General of Curasao, June 10, 1816. 

HuUu, J. de. Bonaire in 1816. West-Ind. Gids, IV, no. 9 (Jan.) 505-511. 

[3220 

Hullu. J. de. Verslag omtrent de kerkelijke statistiek van Curagao in 1816. 
Nederlandsch arch. v. kerkgeschiedenis, n. s. XVII, no. 2, 145-149. 

[3221 

Kesler, C. K. Nils Otto Tank (1800-1864). West-Ind. Gids, V, no. 1 (May) 
65-76. [3222 

Zwierzina, W. K. F. lets over oude West-Indische Munten. West-Ind. Gids, 
V, no. 1 (May) 60-62. [3223 

French West Indies 

Lara, Oruno. Histoire de la Guadeloupe (1492-1920). Edition speciale pour 
les ecoles de la Guadeloupe. Paris: Nouvelle Librairie universelle. 128 p. 
map. [3223a 

Valous, Guy de. La revolution aux lies du Vent (1789-1793). Rev. Paris, 
XXX (Dec. 1, 15) 599-625, 836-862. [3224 

Haiti 

Brown, George W. Haiti and the United States. Jour, negro hist., VIII 
(Apr.) 134-152. [3225 

An historical survey of the policy of the United States in regard to Haiti and San Domingo. 

Porto Rico 

Warner, Arthur. Our quarter century in Porto Rico. Century, CVI (Sept.) 
686-694. [3226 



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Santo Domingo 

Bellegarde, Dantds. La soci6t6 fraiiyaise de St-Doiningue il la veille do la r^tvo- 
lution. Rev. Am6rique latine, IV, no. 14 (Feb.) 104-114. [3227 

Brown, George W. Haiti and the United States. Jour, neoiio hist., V'III 
(Apr.) 113 1-1 52. [3228 

An historical survey of tho i)olicy of the United .States in regard to Haiti and .San Domingo. 

Virgin Islands 

Boubee, Joseph. Aux lies Vierges; une parois.se frangaise inconnue. Etudes, 
CLXXVI (July 5) 79-92. [3229 

Historical and descriptive account of a P'rench settlement called Cari^nago, on the west coast of the 
island of St. Thomas, Virgin Islands. 

South America 

General 

Brandt, Bernhard. Siidamerika. Breslau: F. Hirt. 140 p. illus., plates, maps. 
(Jedernianns Biicherei . . . abt.: Erdkunde) [3230 

Gautier, Leon. Fragments du journal de voyage d'un peintre en Am6rique du 
Sud. Rev. Am^rique latine, IV, no. 18 (Mar. 1) 226-2.32, no 20 (Aug.) 
304-315. [3231 

The writer travelled in South America during the years 1848 to 18.55. 

Argentine Republic 

Becquer, Jeronimo. Orfgenes hist6ricos de la constituci6n argentina. Raza 
espa5Jola, afio V, num. 51 (Mar.). [3232 

Diez Aguasal, Florencio. Solidaridad hispanoargentina. Madrid: Imprenta 
artistica Sdez hermanos. 132 p. [3233 

Gachot, Edouard. Buenos Aires et Montevideo en 1806. (Documents inedits). 
Rev. Amerique latine, V, no. 18 (June) 101-117. [3234 

Haas, Albert. Argentinien. Stuttgart-Gotha: Friedrich Andreas Perthes A. G. 
xii, 116 p. (Perthes' kleine Volker-und Landerkunde zum Gebrauch im 
praktischen Leben. X. Bd.) [3235 

Koebel, W. H. The new Argentina. N. Y. : Dodd, Mead and co. xxx, 276 p. 
plates. [3236 

lafond, Georges. L' Amerique du Sud. Colombie — Equateur — Perou — Boli- 
vie — Chili. Paris: Roger et cie. 279 p. plates, map. (Les pavs modernes) 

[3237 
Mainly descriptive of present day conditions. 
Un bref apercu historique: p. 21-32. 

Bolivia 

Arguedas, Alcides. Histoire generale de la Bolivie. Traduite de I'espagnol, 
resumee et adaptee au frangais par S. Dilhan. Paris: Alcan. [4], 157 p. 
map. (Bibliotheque France-Amerique) [3238 

Monteiro, Mario. .Aieixo Garcia, descobridor portuguez do Paraguay e da 
Bohvia, em 1524-1525. Lisboa: H. E. G. de Carvalho. 69 p. port., illu.-^. 
(inch facsims.). [3239 

Nordenskiold, Erland, /ri/ierre. Indianer und Weisse in Xordostbolivien. Stutt- 
gart: Strecker und Schroder, vii, 221 p. illus., plates, map. [3240 



214 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Brazil 

Azevedo, Joao Iticio de. Historia de Ant6nio Vieira. Lisbon, 1918-1921. 
2 V. [3241 

Baerle, Kaspar van. Nederlandsch Brazilie onder het bewind van Johan 
Maurits, grave van Nassau, 1637-1644; historisch, geographisch, ethnograph- 
isch, naar de Latijnsche uitgave van 1647 voor het eerst in het Nederlandsch 
bewerkt door S. P. L'Honore Naber, met gegraveerde titelprent, portret, en 
67 kaarten en platen. 's-Gravenhage: Nijhoff. xvi, 432 p. port., plates 
(incl. maps, plans, facsims.) [3242 

Great Britain. Sovereign. By the King. A Proclamation declaring his Maiesties 
pleasure concerning Captaine Roger North, and those who are gone foorth as 
aduenturers with him. [Imprinted at London by Robert Barker, and lohn 
Bill, Printers to the Kings most Excellent Maiestie. Anno Dom. 1620] 
[Boston, 1923] facsim.: 2 leaves. [Americana series; photostat reproductions 
by the Massachusetts historical society, no. 89] [3243 

The proclamation which recalled Roger North from his expedition to "those parts of . . . America 
neare and about the riuer of Amazones". 

One of 10 photostat copies reproduced from the original in Queen's college, Oxford, May 1923. 

Historia da colonizagao portuguesa do Brasil. Porto [Portugal] Lit. nacional, 
1921-1923. 276 p. (Soc. edit, da historia da colonizagao portuguesa do 
Brasil) [3244 

Koch-Griinberg, Theodor. Vom Roroima zum Orinoco; Ergebnisse einer Reise 
in Nordbrasilien und Venezuela in den Jahren 1911-1913. Dritter Band: 
Ethnographic. Stuttgart: Strecker und Schroder, x, [1], 446, [1] p. illus., 
plates, map, music. [3245 

I. Die Taulipang und ihre Nachbarn. II. Die Schiriana und Waika und ihre Nachbarn. III. 
Die Yekuana und Guinau. 

James, Herman G. The constitutional system of Brazil. Washington: The 
Carnegie institution of Washington, vi, 270 p. (Carnegie institution of 
Washington. Publication no. 334) [3246 

Leclercq, Jules. Le centenaire du Bresil et sa decouverte par les Portugais. 
Rev. gen., CX (July 15) 64-74. [3246a 

Lima-Barbosa, Mario de. Les Frangais dans I'histoire du Bresil. Traduction 
et adaptation de I'original bresilien par Clement Gazet. Paris: Blanchard. 
xii, 484 p. iUus. [3247 

Magalhaes de Azerdo, Carlos. LTn imperatore americano: Dom Pedro II. 
NuovA ANTOLOGiA, auno LVIII (May 16, June 1) 97-109, 198-208. [3247a 
Translated from the Portuguese by Giuseppe Alpi. 

Pereyra, Carlos. Una historia monumental de la expansion portuguesa en el 
Brasil. Mercuric (Barcelona) XXIII° afio, no. 430 (Feb. 8). [3248 

Ricard, Robert. Le Bresil dans la litterature frangaise au xvi^ siecle. Revista 
DE HISTORIA (Lisbou) XI auu., t. XI (1922) 123-134; XII ann., no. 45 (Jan.). 

[3249 

Ricard, Robert. Le pere Antonio Vieira et le Bresil au xvii« siecle. Rev. 
Amerique latine, VI, nos. 22-23 (Oct.-Nov.) 124-130, 213-221. [3250 

Tastevin, Constant. Les Indiens Mura de la region de I'Autaz (haut Amazone). 
Introduction par le Dr. R. Verneau. Anthropologie, XXXIII, nos. 5-6, 
509-533. [3251 

Tastevin, Constant. Les Makii du Japur^. Soc. Amer. Paris jour., n, s. XV, 
99-108. [3252 

Up de Graflf, F. W. Head hunters of the Amazon; seven years of exploration and 
adventure. With a foreword by Kermit Roosevelt. N. Y. : Duffield. xviii, 
337 p. plates, port., map. [3253 

Williamson, James A. English colonies in Guiana and on the Amazon, 1604- 
1668. Oxford: Clarendon press. 191 p. illus., map. [3254 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (July 1924) 795-796. 



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De woning van Dirk van llogendorp in lirazilici (1817-1822). liunitAGKN tot 

1)K TAAL-, LAND- EN VOLKENKUNDE VAN NEnEKLANDSCH- InDIE, LXXIX, 

G42-G45. (3265 

Chile 

Chile. Tacna-Arica arbitration. The case of the republic of Chile, submitted 
to th(! Pr(!si(i('nt of th(! United States as arbitrator under the provisions of the 
protocol and suj)plenientarv agreement entered into between Chile and Peru 
at Washington on July 20, 1922. [Washington?] 187 p. (8266 

Chile. Tacna-Arica arbitration. The apf)endix to the case of the republic of 
Chile. [Washington?] vii, 764 p. maps. [3267 

Peru. Arbitration between Peru and Chile. The case of Peru in the matter of 
the controversy arising out of the question of the Pacific, l)efore the President 
of the United States of America, arbitrator, unrlcr the protocol anrl suppl- 
mentary act of Chile, signed July 20, 1922, at Washington, D. C, ratified 
January 15, 1923. Washington, E). C. [National capital press] 2 v. rnai>s. 

[3268 
Concerned with the Tacna-Arica question. 

Voitoux, G. La myst6rieuse ile de Paques. Rev. maritime, n. s., no. 38 (PY'b.) 
145-188. (3269 

Also published in the Bulletin de la Soci6t6 de gfiographie de Qu6bec, v. XVII (Nov.) 103-113. 

Colombia 

Beltran y Rozpide, Ricardo. Universidades dominicanas de la America espailola. 
Universidad de Santa Fe de Bogotd. Madrid: Tip. de la " Revista de archi- 
ves." 54 p. [3260 

Colombia presents bust of Santander to Pan American union. Pan Am. union 
BUL., LVI (Feb.) 111-117. [3260a 

Account of the ceremonies at the presentation by the republic of Colombia of a bust of Santander 
to the Pan American union, Jan. 4, 1923. 

Pan American union. Homage to Gen. Francisco de Paula Santander, illustrious 
patriot and hero of Colombia, in the Pan American union, Thursday, Januarv 
4, 1923. Washington, D. C: The Legation of Colombia. 12 p. [3261 

Preuss, Konrad Theodor. Die Statuen von San Agustin am oberen Magdalena 
in Kolumbien. Berliner Museen; Amtliche Berichte aus den preuss. 
Kunstsammlungen, XLIII. Bd., Heft 11-12 (Nov.-Dec. 1922) 126-129. 

[3262 

Rowe, L. S. General Francisco de Paula Santander: an appreciation. Pan Am. 
UNION BUL., LVI (Feb.) 109-111. [3263 

Address at the presentation, by the republic of Colombia, of a bust of Santander to the Pan American 
union, Washington, Jan. 4, 1923. 

Falkland Islands 

Allardyce, Sir William. The Falkland Islands in history. Dalhousie rev., Ill 
(Oct.) 291-302. [3264 

Guiana 

British 

Benjamins, H. D. Bevolkingscijfers van Britisch Guiana en Suriname. West- 
Ind. Gids, V, no. 4 (Aug.) 197-215. [3265 

Edmundson, G. C. The relations of Great Britain with Guiana. Royal hist. 
soc. trans., 4th ser., VI, 1-21. [3266 

Williams, James. The name "Guiana." Soc. Amer. Paris jour., n. s. XV. 
19-34. [3267 

Williamson, James A. Enghsh colonies in Guiana and on the Amazon, 1604-166S 
Oxford: Clarendon press. 191 p. illus., map. [3268 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (July 1924) 795-796. 



216 AMEKICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

Dutch 

Aerssen van Sommelsdijck, C. van. De brieven van Gouverneur van Aerssen 
van Sommelsdijck aan directeuren der societeit van Suriname uit het jaar 1684. 
Medegedeeld door Mr. R. Bijlsma. West-Ind. Gids, V (Dec.) 424r-437. 

[3269 

Benjamins, H. D. Bevolkingscijfers van Britisch Guiana en Suriname. West- 
Ind. Gids, V, no. 4 (Aug.) 197-215. [3270 

Bijlsma, R. Het archief van het College van commissarissen voor kleine zaken 
in Suriname. In Netherlands. Rijksarchief. Verslagen omtrent 's rijks 
oude archie ven. XLV. Eerste deel. 's-Gravenhage: Algemeene landsdruk- 
kerij. p. 163-169. [3271 

Bijlsma, R. Het archief van het College van opzichters der gemeene weide in 
Suriname. In Netherlands. Rijksarchief. Verslagen omtrent 's rijks oude 
archie ven. XLV. Eerste deel. 's-Gravenhage: Algemeene landsdrukkerij. 
p. 170. [3272 

Bijlsma, R. De archieven van den Raad van justitie (1669-1689) en het Hof 
van civiele justitie (1689-1828) in Suriname. In Netherlands. Rijksarchief. 
Verslagen omtrent 's rijks oude archieven. XLV. Eerste deel. 's-Gravenhage: 
Algemeene landsdrukkerij. p. 126-162. [3273 

Bijlsma, R. Het oud-notarieel archief der kolonie Suriname. In Netherlands. 
Rijksarchief. Verslagen omtrent 's rijks oude archieven. XLV. Eerste deel. 
's-Gravenhage: Algemeene landsdrukkerij. p. 171-176. [3274 

Falck, Anton Reinhard. Falck over de nederlandsch West-Indische eilanden en 
Suriname. WEST-Ind. Gids, V (Dec.) 444-445. [3275 

An item of the year 1822, taken from the "Gedenkschriften van Anton Reinhard Falck, uitgegeven 
en met een appendix voorzien door Dr. H. T. Colenbrander ('s-Gravenhage, 1913)". 

Vrede, A. P. Cornelius Winst Blyd, the first negro presbyter in Surinam. Jour. 
NEGRO HIST., VIII (Oct.) 448-453. [3276 

French 

Chaillan, Ahhe. Documents in^dits sur les relations de Marseille et la Provence 
avec Cayenne, 1763-1764. In Comite des travaux historiques et scientifiques. 
Bulletin de la section de geographie. t. XXXVII, 1922. Paris, p. 105-112. 

[3277 

Lettre escrite de Cayenne; contenant ce qvi s'est passe en la descente des Frangois, 
& leur establissement en I'Amerique. A Paris, Chez Gvillavme de Lvyne, 
Marchand Libraire, au Palais, sous la montee de la Cour des Aydes. 1653. 
[Boston, 1923] facsim.: 14 numbered leaves. [Americana series; photostat 
reproductions by the Massachusetts historical society, no. 88] [3278 

One of 10 photostat copies reproduced from the original in the Bibliotheque nationale, Paris, April 1923. 

Paraguay 

Azara, Felix de. Viajes por la America Meridional . . . contienen la descrip- 
cion geogrdfica, politica y civil del Paraguay y del Rio de la Plata; la historia 
del descubrimiento y conquista de estas regiones; detalles numerosos sobre 
su historia natural y sobre los pueblos salvajes que las habitan; el relato de 
los medios empleados por los Jesuitas para someter y civilizar a los indigenas, 
etc.; publicados con arreglo a los manuscritos del autor, con una noticia sobre 
su vida y sus escritos, por C. A. Walckenaer; enriquecidos con notas por G. 
Cuvier . . . traducida del frances por Francisco de las Barras de Aragon. 
[Madrid] Calpe. 2 v. plates, fold. tab. (Viajes clasicos, XXVII-XXVIII) 

[3279 

Monteiro, Mario. Aleixo Garcia, descobridor portuguez do Paraguay e da 
Boh via, em 1524-1525. Lisboa: H. E. G. de Carvalho. 69 p. port., illus. 
(incl. facsims.). [3280 



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Palma, Ricardo. Tradicioru^s poruanas. t. I. E(iici6ii publicada hajo los 
auspicios del gobieriio del Peru. Marlrid: Jiin6ncz y Molina irnprosores, 
Editorial Calpe. xxiv, 352 p. (3281 

Peru. Arbitration between Peru and Chile. The case of Peru in the matter 
of the controversy arising out of the rpiostion of the Pacifio, before th<! Presi- 
dent of the L'nitcKl States of America, arl)itrator, under the protf)col anrl sup- 
plementary act between the Republic of Peru aiul the Republic f)f (Jhile, 
signed July 20, 1922, at Washington, D. C, ratified January 15, 1023. Wash- 
ington, D. C. [National capital press] 2 v. maps. (3282 
Concerned with the Tacna-Arica question. 

Ugarte, Cesar Antonio. The agrarian policy of Peril; notes for an ec(;nf>mic 
history of the republic. Intkk-Amekica, VII (Oct.) 35-45. (3283 

Translation of an article published in Mcrcurio Peruano (Lima) May 1923. 

Venezuela 



Koch-Griinberg, Theodor. Vom Roroima zum Orinoco; Ergebnisse einer Reise 
in Nordbrasilien und VenezAiela in den Jahren 1911-1913. Dritter Hand: 
Ethnographic. Stuttgart: Strecker und Schroder, x, (1], 440, (IJ p. illus., 
plates, map, music. (3284 

I. Die Taulipang und ihre Nachbarn. II. Die Schiriana und VVaika und ihre Nachbam. III. Die 
Yekuana und Quinau. 



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PACIFIC ISLANDS 
General 

Ellison, William H. Geographical influences in Pacific Ocean history. Hist. 
OUTLOOK, XIV (Apr.) 125-129. [3285 

Hawaiian Islands 

Ballou, Howard Malcolm. The identity of the Oregon mission press. Hawaiian 
HIST. soc. REP., XXXI, 37-40. [3286 

Shows that the printing press sent to the Oregon mission as a gift from the Sandwich Island mission 
in 1839 was not the one sent to Hawaii with the pioneer missionaries in 1819, but another one which 
came out in 1835. 

Cartwright, Bruce. The first discovery of Honolulu Harbor. Hawaiian hist. 
soc. REP., XXXI, 11-28. [3287 

Hawaii (Territory) Historical commission. Report of the Historical commis- 
sion of the Territory of Hawaii for the period ending December 31, 1922. 
[Honolulu] Printed by Honolulu Star-Bulletin. 19 p. (Hawaiian hist. com. 
pub., V. I, no. 1) [3288 

Phillips, Stephen W. Two early paintings of Honolulu. Hawaiian hist. soc. 
REP., XXXI, 41-42. [3289 

Spaulding, T. M. The crown lands of Hawaii; an historical account of land 
tenure in relation to the public domain known as crown lands of Hawaii. 
[Honolulu] University of Hawaii. 22 p. (University of Haw^aii. Occasional 
papers no. 1, October 10, 1923) [3290 

Westervelt, W. D. The passing of Kamehameha I. Hawaiian hist. soc. rep., 
XXXI, 29-36. [3291 

Philippine Islands 

Compania general de tabacos de Filipinas. Coleccion general de documentos 
relativos a las Islas Filipinas existentes en el Archivo de Indias de Sevilla. 
t. V (1524-1529). Barcelona [Imprenta de la viuda de Luis Tasso] xx, 
349 p. [3292 

This is the concluding volume of the series. 

Farwell, Cecilia W. Philippine progress under American rule. Current history 
(N. Y. Times) XIX (Nov.) 275-280. [3293 

Malcolm, George A., and Maximo M. Kalaw. Philippine government; develop- 
ment, organization and functions. Manila, P. I.: The Associated publishers; 
New York city: D. C. Heath and co.; Rochester, N. Y : The Lawyers co- 
operative CO. xxii, 373 p. illus., port., plates. [3294 

The first few chapters are concerned with the pre-Spanish government, the Spanish government, 
the revolutionary government, the treaty of Paris, the military government, the Philippine commission, 
and progress towards Filipino autonomy. 

Rev. in: Am. pol. sci. rev., XVII (Nov.) 654-655. 

Retana, W. E. La raza de los antiguos prelados filipinos. Nuestro tiempo, 
ano XXIII (July) 5-21. [3294a 

Reyes, Jose S. Legislative history of America's economic policy toward the 
Philippines. N. Y.: Columbia university [etc.] 205 p. (Columbia univ. 
stud., CVI, no. 2; whole no. 240) [3295 

Rev. in: Am. hist, rev., XXIX (Jan. 1924) 385-386. 

Russell, Charles Edward, and E. B. Rodriguez. The hero of the Filipinos; the 
story of Jose Rizal, poet, patriot and martyr. N. Y. and London: The Cen- 
tury CO. xi, 392 p. port., plates, facsims. [3296 
Jos6 Rizal y Alonso, 1861-1896. 

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INDEX 



[Numbers refer to items, not to pages] 



Abbey, E. A., 2739. 

Abbott, L. F., 1811, 1831, 1980, 2004, 2352. 

Lyman, 1770, 2(;35. 

Abbott family, 208."). 
Abend:inon, J. 11., 3157. 
Aberncthy, (JeorRo, 1013. 
Abolition days in New York city, 2384a. 
Aboriginal agriculture, in Ontario, 3092; in Wiscon- 
sin, 1739. 
Aboriginal America, anti(iuities, 183-233; Indians, 
23-1-37G; Mexico, Central America, West Indies, 
and South America, 313-37(). 
Aboriginal occupancy of the District of Columbia, 

1135. 
Academy, at Providence, Va., in 1770, 1G90; in Som- 
erset, Va., in 1769, 1G93; Phillips Exeter, 2695. 
Acadians, 2929, 3020. 

Accounts, financial, of the colonies, 3207, 3208. 
Acton, Ma.ss., 2198. 
Actor, recollections of an old, 1914. 
Adam, Lconhard, 234. 
Adamoli, Guilio, 1263. 
Adam.s, Arthur, 2064. 

E. D., 148. 

E. E., 1360. 

J. Q., 813, 1782, 2340. 

J. T., 58, 556, 557, 1622. 

John, 811, 1782, 1783, 23S4, 2513. 

Mrs. F. L., 1345. 

S. B., 1140. 

Samuel, 488, 770, 1784. 

Adams's "Political ideas of the American revolu- 
tion," 749. 
Addams, Jane, 1778. 
Addison, Robert, 3108. 
Aerssen van Sommelsdijck, C. van, 3269. 
Africa, pre-Columbian intercourse with America, 

455. 
"Agamenticus Majestic," 1280. 
Agassiz, Louis, 1784a, 1784b. 
Agents, colonial, 3207. 

Agrarian aspects of the Populist movement, 1226. 
"Agricola," letters of, 3018. 
Agricultural company, Puget Sound, 1704. 
Agricultural history, research in, 116; topical studies 

and references on, 26. 
Agriculture, 2445-2452; aboriginal, 204, 3092; begin- 
nings of, in America, 2446; early western Penn- 
sylvania, 1583; economic history of, 2445; in 
Wisconsin, aboriginal and pioneer, 1739. See 
also Agrarian aspects of the Populist movement. 
Farming, and Gardens. 
Ahem, Georges, 3030. 

M. J., 3030. 

Aides-de-camp of General Washington, 766. 
Aigleville, founding of, 814. 
Ainsworth, L. M., 2842. 
S. D., 115L 



Alabama, 1058-1071; antiquities, 218, 219; archaeo- 
logical exploration in, 202; authors of, biblio- 
graphy, 7; Baptists of, 2Wj6; Civil war in, 886, 
900; expedition of Panfilo dc Narvaez in, 383; 
fortificiition at Mobile Bay, 2280; French 
refugee colony in, 814; prehistoric mounds in, 
224; secession convention, 1861, 882. 

"Alabama" Confederate ship, 928. 

Alabama, University of, Museum of natural his- 
tory at, 1059. 

Alabama claims, 232;}. 

Alabama state geological survey, 1W>7. 

Alaska, 1072-1077; ancient Indian monuments of, 
227; bibliography, 30; Eskimo jade objects of, 
197; Moravian missions in, 2016; purchase of, 
1075. 

Alaska dispute with Great Britain, 2314. 

Alaska historical association, 1073. 

Alaux, J. P., 377. 

Albany, N. Y., 2199. (See also Fort Orange, and 
Rensselaerswyck. 

Albany co., N. Y., committee of correspondence, 
722. 

Albemarle co., Va., 2199a. 

Alberta, Can., Catholic schools in, 3115. 

Albertson, A. O., 1964. 

Albrecht, A. E., 2505. 

Alcott, L. M., 1778. 

Alden, Ebenezer, 1294. 

F. W., 2086. 

John, 573, 576. 

Alden family, 2086. 

Alderman, E. A., 1959, 2814. 

Aldrich, Charles, 1213. 

Alexander, Columbus, 1124. 

D. S., 1472. 

George, 2734. 

W. D., 844. 

W. H., 1546. 

Alexander VI, demarcation line of, 434. 

Alexandria, Va., 1676, 1686, 2629, 2631. 

Algonquian Indians, 227, 260, 277, 296, 301, 306a, 
2902. 

Allan, William, 2391. 

Allardyce, W. II., 2087. 

Sir William, 3264. 

Allardyce family, 2087. 

Allegany CO., Md., 1291. 

Alleghany CO., Va., 1683. 

Allegheny co.. Pa., 2523. 

Allegheny county (Pa.) medical society, 9S5. 

Allegheny river, 196. 

Allen, C. E., 1274. 

G.H. H., 1295. 

G. W., 723, 2667. 

Katherine, 1473. 

J. O., 59. 

M.L. A., 1714. 

219 



220 



INDEX 



AUen, Mrs. W. F., 2691. 

P. J., 2231. 

R. C, 2846. 

Allerton, Isaac, 672. 

AUston, ISIaria, 1990. 

Almonester y Roxas, Andres, 1265. 

Almy, William, 734. 

Alpha Phi fraternity, 2668. 

Altolaguirre y Duvale, Angel, 378. 

Alvarez, Alejandro, 3138, 3139. 

Alvord, C. W., 60. 

Amazon river, Indian tribes of the upper region, 

3177. 
America, discovery of, Africa and, 455; influence 

upon European political affairs, commerce 

and life, 529; i nfluence upon mankind, 529 

world consequences of the discovery of, 534. 
America in general, antiquities, 183, 233; discovery 

and exploration, 377-458; Indians, 234-376; 

Mexico, Central Ameiica, West Indies and 

South America, 313-376. 
American academy of arts and letters, 2744. 
American antiquarian society,1793; newspaper files 

in, 3. 
American bar association, 2401. 
American Catholic historical association, 61. 
American Catholic historical society, Records of, 36. 
American expeditionary force, 967. See also World 

war, military units. 
American federation of labor, 1587. 
American historical association, 62-64; 37th annual 

meeting, 1922, 109, 166. 
American legion, 966, 968. 
Americana, Clements library of, 73, 74, 82. 
Americana series of the Massachusetts historical 

society, 388, 417, 449, 452, 592a, 606a, 606b, 612a, 

635, 638, 651, 677, 678, 2936, 3243, 3278. 
Ames, F. W., 1531. 
Ames family, 2088. 
Ammons, E. M., 1115. 
Amory, K. G., "Mrs. John Amory," 1296. 
Amusements, in early Iowa, 1222. See also Dra- 
matics, Sports, and Theatre. 
Anahuac, 332. 
Anburey, Thomas, 724, 
Ancestor worship of the Indians, 253. 
Anderson, A. S., 2619. 

E. G., 1769. 

G. H., 3127. 

Hattie, 65. 

J. A., 1059. 

J. R., 845. 

J. W., 975. 

Anderson's brigade, C. S. A., 845. 
Andover theological seminary, 2561. 
Andre, John, 786. 

Marius, 3178. 

Andrews, C. M., 1117, 2750. 

F. D., 1427, 1428. 

Andrustown massacre, 752. 

Anesthesia, discovery of, 2847. 

Angellotti, Mrs. F. M., 2159. 

Anglo-American historical conference, 1928, 66, 121. 

Anglo-American relations, during first decade of 

independence, 2307, 2308; during the Civil war, 

899; treatment in American history text-books, 
171, 172, 177. See also Englisn-speaking peoples, 

and Great Britain, diplomatic relations with. 



Anglo-French struggle for control in the western 
hemisphere, 544, 71G. 

Anglo-Spanish relations in America, 1763-1774, 754. 

Animals, Washington association for the prevention 
of cruelty to, 1128. 

Ann Arbor, Mich., 1351. 

Annapolis. See Naval institute. 

Annapolis Royal, N. S., 606. 

Anne Arundel co., Md., 668. 

Anniversary celebration, coming of the Utah pio- 
neers, 50th, 1663; discovery of the Mississippi, 
398, 448; establishment of the United States 
Naval institute, 2300; Reading, Pa., 175th, 
1569; 25th anniversary of the greater city of 
New York, 1505; Tulpehocken (Pa.) bi-cen- 
tennial, 1609. See also Centenary, and Ter- 
centenary. 

"Annual magazine subject index," 1922, 1. 

Anthony, S. B., 1776, 1778. 

Anthracite development, 2496. 

Antietam, battle of, 1862, 867, 898; New York state 
monument on the battlefield of, 898. 

Antiquities, Alabama, 1058; bibliography 22; Can- 
ada, 2900, 2902; Mexico, Central America and 
South America, 313-376; North America, 183- 
233. See also Archaeological surveys. 

Appel, Livia, 1361. 

Apple orchards, Tesson's, 1238. 

Appleton, publishing house of, 2560. 

Appleton (Wis.) collegiate institute, 2733. 

AppoUonio, T. D., 2675. 

Appomattox, surrender at, 1865, 905. 

Arbitration of the United States, in Spanish Ameri, 
can disputes, 2326; treaty with Great Britain 
1896, 946; Venezuela boundary dispute, 946. 

Archaeological explorations, at Colima, 342; in 
Alabama, 224; in Central America, 217; in Colo- 
rado, 211; in Honduras, 370; in Mexico, 330; of 
the Smithsonian institution, in 1922, 227. 

Archaeological surveys, state and local, 179, 233a. 

Archaeology, bibliography, 22; Canadian, 2902; 
method in, 281. 

Archaeology, Peabody museum of, 2725. 

Archambault, J. P., 2903, 3031. 

Archambault family, 3039. 

Archimbaud, Leon, 958. 

Architects, early Philadelphia, 1586. 

Architecture, colonial, 542, 545, 1477; early Ameri- 
can, 2740-2743, 2745, 2746, 2749; early New 
England, 604; in New York state, 1477; of an- 
cient Mexico, 317; of the early republic, 545. 

Archival publications of the Literary and historical 
society of Quebec, 3043. 

Archives, national, 45; of British Colombia, 3133; 
of Surinam, 3271-3274; Spanish, relating to 
Spanish America, 3174a, 3175, 3176, 3184. 

Archives and manuscript collections, 38-57. 

"Archives of the state of New Jersey," 1434. 

Archivo general de Indias, Seville, Spain, manu- 
scripts relating to America in, 3174a, 3175, 3176, 
3184; manuscripts relating to the Philippines in, 
3292. 

Arctic exploration, 459-463. 

Arderius, Francisco, 954. 

Argentina, Jesuits in, 3170. 

Argentine Republic, 3232-3237; revolution of May, 
1810, 3182. 



INDEX 



221 



Argonauts, California, 1090, IHJO. 

Argucdas, Alcidos, 3238. 

Arica. Se«Tacna-Arica dispute. 

Arikarcc, battle of the, 1868, 1030. 

Arizona, 1078; Spanish missions and explorations in, 
1683-1711,715. 

Arkansas, 1079-1082; early Catholic church and 
missions in, 2570, 2581; reconstruction in, 952. 

Arkan.sas history catalog, 1079. 

Arkansas state history museimi, 1080. 

Arlington, Va., 1672. 

Arlington national cemetery, 531. 

Armament, Washington conference on limitation 
of, 1921-19(2, 958. 

Armstrong, DufT, 1932. 

E. (L, 2731. 

I. D., 1920. 

Army, Revolutionary, and its organizer, 763; engi- 
neer corps of, 784; organization and supply, 727. 

Army, U. S., in the Civil war, 819; office of chief of 
engineers, 2419; reduction from war status to 
peace establishment, 181 j^, 2299. See also Amer- 
ican expeditionary force, and Military conscrip- 
tion. 

Army of the Potomac, crossing of the James river, 
1864, 870. 

Arnett, A. M., 521, 1141. 

Arnold, Benedict, 1771, 1785; march through Maine, 
1775, 783. 

J. B., 1362. 

Seth, 2088. 

"Arrapooash," Crow Indian chief, 239. 

Arrows, Indian, 222. 

Arsandaux, H., 313, 314. 

Art, ancient Mexican, 318, 321, 343; Indian, 234, 276, 
307; Maya, 316; of the Canadian Indians, 2902; 
prehistoric, 199, 200, 226, 358; prehistoric Cana- 
dian, 2901. See also Fine arts, Paintings, and 
Portraits. 

Arthur, Robert, 2275, 2276. 

S. J., 1921. 

Articles of Confederation, 727. 

Artifacts, prehistoric, 233. 

Artillery, at Gettysburg, 933; Confederate army, 
934. See also Field artillery, and Fort Sill. 

Artists, American, 2739. See also Fine arts, biog- 
raphy. 

Arts, industrial, in New Spain, 3174. 

Aruba, Island of, 3219. 

Asbury, Francis, 2607, 2636. 

Ashe, S. A., 1521. 

Asher, Cash, 1872. 

Ashley, N. H., 1422. 

R. L., 67. 

Ashton, B. L., 68. 

Ashworth, Moses, 1200, 2611. 

Asiatic origin of the Middle American calendar, 371. 

Askin, John, 1346. 

Aspenquid, "Saint," legend of, 1280. 

Asselin, Olivar, 2997. 

Association of 1774, 773. 

Astor library, N. Y., 2516. 

Astoria, Hunt's expedition to, in 1810, 1006. 

Astorians, 1014. 

Astronomy, Nahuan, 352; of the Indians. 339 Sec 
also National observatory. 

Athletics, collegiate, in Iowa. 1220 



Atkfson, .^T. M., 2791. 

Atkinson, Chilton, 1K.37. 

Atlanta campaign in the Civil war, 873. 

Atlantic Highlands, N. J., 1452. 

Atlantic Ocean, America and, 487. 

Atlantis, 397, 409, 422. 

Attakapas trail, 1269. 

Attorney-general, in Massachusetts, ofTice of, 012; 

of the United States, 1796-lSOl, 19J7. 
Auchampaugh, P. G., 2373. 
Auclair, K. J., 3032. 
Audet, F. J., 700, 2862, 2972, 
Audiencia de Santa F6 de Bogotfi, 3174a. 
Auerbach, J.S., 2007. 
"Augusta," Great Lakes steamer, 1053. 
Augusta CO., Va.. 1078, 1079, 2207. 
Austin, Jere, 1060. 
Austin, H. D., 1083. 

Mary, 1078. 

S. F., 1654, 

W. F., 965. 

Auteuil, D.J. R.d', 2905. 

Author, first Canadian decorated by the French 

academy, 3000. 
Authors, Alabama, 7; Virginian, 1C74. See also 

Literary biography. 
Avil6s, Pedro Men6ndez de, 1138. 
Ayala, F. G. Poma de, 44. 
Ayllon. See Vasquez de Ayllon. 
Azara, F61ix de, 3279. 
Azfivedo, J. L. de, 3241. 
Aztecs, 332; civilization, 344; codex, 326; gods, 368; 

secret society, 367. 
Aztlan, 185, 332. 

Babcock, E. J., 2692. 
Bache, Ren^, 1849, 1850. 
Bache family, 2083. 
Bacon, David, 1554. 

Francis, 675, 676, 3015. 

Robert, 1786. 

Bacot, D. H., 1632. 

T. W., 1633. 

Badger, Joseph, 611. 
Badin, S. T., 2637. 
Baensch, Emil, 1724. 
Baer, J. L., 227. 
Baerle, Kaspar van, 3242. 
Bagley, W. C, 501. 
Bailey, Augustus, 1180. 

M. K., 2630. 

Vernon, 405. 

Baillie family, 2090. 
Baines, H. E., 3065. 
Bainum, N. C, 846. 
Baird, S. F., 1786a-1786c. 
Baker, Darius, 1623. 

F. C, 183. 

H. T., 2635. 

I. G., and company, 1400. 

N. M., 1152. 

Polly, 1856. 

W. \V., 1698. 

Balbd!». See Nunez deiBalboa. 
Balcom, S. F., 184. 
Bald Knobbers, 1387. 
Baldwin, E. B., 1475. 
E. R., 1474. 



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INDEX 



Baldwin, Joseph, 1787. 

Ballard, G. A., 487. 

Ballou, H. M., 1004, 3286. 

Baltimore, Md., Sisters of Mercy in, 2573. 

Baltimore co., Md., 1287. 

Bambrick, W. C, 1567. 

Bancroft, S. P., 2645. 

Bandelier, A. F. A., 1466. 

F. R., 1466. 

Bandelier national monument, N. Mex., 188. 
229, 230. 

Bands of the Continental army, 767. 

Banister family, 1623. 

Bank of the state of Missouri, 1382. 

Bank of the United States, Second, 2498. 

Banking, Canadian, 2891; in early North Dakota. 
1543. 

Banks, Alexandria, Va., petition for, 1792, 1686; 
Canadian, 2870; early Nebraska, 1408; Green- 
wich, Conn., 1484; New Bedford, Mass.. 1295; 
New Hampshire, 1416. 

Banning, P. W., 69, 172. 

Baptisms. See Vital records. 

Baptists, 2563-2566; of Alabama, 1070. 

Bar, North Dakota, 1631; Oregon, 2404. See also 
Courts and Law. 

Bar association, American, 2401. 

Bar association of San Francisco, 2399. 

Baraboo region. Wis., 1720, 1721. 

Barbeau, Marius, 3111, 3127a. 

Barbeu-Dubourg, Jacques, 1851. 

Barclay, Harold, 976. 

Barker, E.G., 1652. 

Barlow, F. C, 1788. 

Barnard, E. E., 2728. 

Henry, 1776. 

Barnes, H. L., 1624. 

V. F., 558. 

Barnet, Vt., 1666. 

Barnhart, H. A., 1188. 

Barnstable, Mass., 2200. 

Barnum, Francis, 2567. 

P. T., 1771, 1773, 1789. 

Baroway, Aaron, 2101. 

Barr, A. S., 70, 151. 

Barreiro, A. J., 3159, 3160. 

Barrington township, N. S., 3017. 

Barrio, M. de, 315. 

Barron, E. W., 2638, 

Barrow, E. D., 1142. 

Barry, John, 1790. 

W. E., 1274a. 

Bartlett, A. C, 1791. 

Ichabod, 2091. 

J. H., 1873. 

R. J., 1547. 

Barton, Bruce, 1816a. 

Clara, 1778. 

W. E., 1874.1922-1927. 1934. 



Basketry, Indian, 245, 285. 
Bassett, J. S., 141, 826. 
Basye, A. H., 538. 
Bates, Edward, 1391. 

n. L., 1054, 

J. L., 1824. 

Batsto, N. J., 1447. 

Battle monuments of the World war, 971. 



"Battle of the handkerchiefs," New Orleans, 1S63, 

860. 
Battle streamers restored, 2286. 
Battles, Civil war, 844, 845, 850, 854, 856, 861, 867, 

872, 874, 875, 880, 881, 884-887, 890, 891, 898, 901, 

903, 907-914, 919, 926, 929; World war, 974, 975, 

977, 978. 
Battleship "Iowa," 2283. 
Bau, Mingchien Joshua, 2306. 
Bauchle, M. L., 185, 235, 1715, 1716. 
Bay, J. C, 477. 
Bay of Quinte, Ont., 3084. 
Bayle, Constantino, 379, 3140. 
Bayley, Lewis, 1180. 
Baynton, Benjamin, 1792, 
Bayou St. John, La., 1268. 
Beach, A. M. C, 1778. 

E.T., 2092. 

Helen, 2169. 

Beach family, 2092. 
Beadle, E. F., 466. 
Beall, J. Y., 891. 
Beard, C. A., 501. 
Beattie, G. W., 1084. 
Beaty, J. O., 2800. 
Beaufort co., S. C, 1641. 
Beaugrand-Champagne, A., 2906. 
Beaupin, Mgr., 2907. 
Beaupre, Que., 2927. 
Beauprey, P. F., 2576. 
Beaver Indians, 2902. 
Beazley, Julia, 2027. 
Beck, H. H., 1568. 

J. M., 941, 2353, 2354, 2360. 

Becker, D. A., 235a. 

Bgcquer, Jeronimo, 3232. 

Bedford-Jones, H., 1005. 

Beecher, H. W., 1776. 

Beecher Island, Indian fight at, 1888, 1030. 

Beer, Thomas, 2800a. 

William, 2, 707. 

Beets, Henry, 2633a. 

Behrens, K. L., 664. 

Behring sea fishery dispute, 2314. 

Bek, W. G., 1380. 

Belaunde, V. A., 3141. 

Belcher, Jonathan, 1432, 1433. 

Belgian Walloons. See Walloons. 

Belknap, H. W., 2096. 

Bell, J. W., 71. 

John, 2391. 

L. P., 1142. 

William, 847. 

Bell-Everett men in the campaign of 1860, 2391. 

Bellegarde, Dantcs, 3227. 

Bellessort, Andre, 467. 

Belleville, Ont., 3088. 

Bellomont, R. C, Earl of, 592a, 606a, 606b, 607a. 

Belote, T. T., 2277. 

Beltrami, Q. C, 1365. 

Beltran y Rozpide, Ricardo, 380, 3162, 3260. 

Belvoir, Va., 1670. 

Bemis, S. F., 1699, 2.307, 2308. 

Benedict, James, 2639. 

R. F., 236. 

W.H., 1985. 

Benefit of clergy, 835 



INDEX 



223 



Benefit society, in Philadelphia, 810. 

Benjamin, J. P., 1775. 

Marcus, 1786a. 

Benjamins, II. D., 3265, 3270. 

Bennett, B. II.,2M0. 

Benns, F. L., 2309. 

Benson, A. L., 1847. 

W. S., 489, 2472. 

Bent, William, 1113. 

Bent's fort, Tol., 1113. 

Bentley, William, 1297, 1793. 

Benton, E. J., 502. 

BerKcn co., N. J., 308, 1461, 1402. 

Berkeley family, 671. 

Bermuda, and the Great war, 3212; past and 
present, 3206; tobacco trade, 17th century, 3205. 

Bermuda privateers, 1739-1748, 3204. 

Bernard, Sir Francis, 566. 

Bernhardt, Joshua, 2409-2411. 

Bernicres, Jean de, 2914. 

Berry, B. Y., 2431. 

R. V. S., 2760, 2761. 

Bertacchi, Cosimo, 381. 

Besson, Maurice, 237, 708. 

Bethlehem, Pa., 1611, 1612, 2625a. 

Bethlehem Bach choir, 1611. 

Bcusse, J. II., 2069. 

Beusse family, 2069. 

Beveridge, A. J., 1913, 1928, 2355. 

Beverly, Mass., 772. 

Beverwyck, minutes of the court of, 1657-1660, 643. 

Beyer, Hermann, 315a. 

Bibliographies, genealogical, 2068. 

Bibliography, 1-35; cumulative publications of the 
n. W. Wilson company, 2559. 

Bickett, T. W., 2439. 

Bicknell, T. W., 559. 

Biddulph, Robert, 725. 

Violet, 725. 

Big Sandy Valley, Ky., 1259. 

Bigelow, M. M., 1794. 

Bigney, A. J., 186. 

Bijlsma, R., 3269, 3271, 3274. 

Bilingual newspaper, first, 539. 

Bilodeau, Ernest, 2908. 

Bingham, A. E., 1239. 

William, 1512. 

Binghamton, N. Y., 1512. 

Binkley, W. C, 1464. 

Binns family, 2073. 

Biography, American, bibliography, 31; Buffalo, 
N. Y., 1496; comprehensive, 1770-1782; educa- 
tional, 2728-2737; fine arts, 2754-2775; Florida, 
1137; Indiana, 1193; individual, 1783-2063; liter- 
ary, 2794-2842; Maryland, 1293; Massachusetts, 
medical, 1299; negro, 114; New Jersey, 1441, 
1462, 1463; religious, 2635-2666; West Virginia, 
1712. 

Biological school at Woods Hole, Mass., 1784b. 

Birch, J. J., 2473. 

Birth records. See Vital records. 

Bishop, A. L., 2454. 

— J. B. ,1887. 

W. W., 73, 74, 82. 

Bishops, Catholic, consecrated at Quebec, 3062; 
first bishop of New France, see Laval de Mont- 
. morency. 

Bissett, C. P., 1929. 



Bitter, il. C, 2531 

Bittinger, F. W., 571. 

Black, H. C, 2430. 

"Black Hawk," Indian chief, 1734, 

Black Hawk war, 1832, 1734. 

Black Hills region, .So. Dak , 1.536, 1613. 

Blackburn, Joseph, 27.''>5. 

Blackfeet Indians, 240. 

Blackie, W. R., 'ZiH, 625. 

Blackwell, A. S., 2442. 

Blakeslee, K. W., 1863. 

Blanchard, N. C, 1795. 

S. J., 1298. 

Blanche, Oustave, 3041. 

Bland, Edward, 672. 

Blazer, D. N., 1153. 

Blegen, T. C, 1361, 1363. 

Blind, Indiana state school for, 120-1. 

Block, Marguerite, 1569. 

Block Island, R. I., 1628; earliest plat of, 617 .>-hip- 

wreck off, /7.?8, 615. 
Bloody Crater, battle of, lS6i, 854. 
Bloom, L. B., 187. 

Lansing, 1405. 

Bloomfield, Conn., 2203. 

Bloomington, 111., 1158. 

Blount, J. Q., 1528. 

Blount CO., Tenn., 1647. 

Blyd, C. D., 3276. 

Boardman family, 2079. 

Boas, Franz, 285. 

Boddie, W. W., 1634. 

Bosp, Emilio, 715. 

Bog iron industry, 1447. 

Bogart, E. L., 2445. 

Bogota, Colombia, 3260. 

Bogus Cave, Wis., 1731. 

Bok, E. W., 1827, 1828. 

Boland,F. K., 2847. 

Bolivar, Simon, 3178-3180. 

Bolivia, 3238-3240; Jesuits in. 3170; Portuguese dis 

coverer of, 3239. 
Bolton, C. K., 1861, 2794. 

S. K. (Mrs. C. E. Bolton), 2794. 

T. L., 2093. 

Theodore, 2738, 2767. 

Bolton family, 2093. 
Bonaire, Lsland of, 3220. 
Bonaparte, Jerom.e, 1618. 

Joseph, 1619. 

Bond, B. W., jr., 62, 472, 1549. 

F. D., 2821. 

J. C, 1161. 

N. S., 1154. 

P. S., 2278. 

Bond CO., HI., 1169. 
Bonham, M. L., jr., 929. 
Boniface, M. G., 188. 
Bonilla y San Martin, Adolfo, 3142 
Bonney, B. F., 1564. 
Book-reviewing, 17th century, 609. 
Book trade, early Boston, 602. 
Boone, Daniel, 1796. 
Boonton, N. J., 1438. 
Booth, H. S., 2094. 
Booth family, 2aS4, 2094. 
Boothe, V. B., 2374. 
I Bordeaux, Wy., 1761. 



224 



INDEX 



Borden, Sir R. L., 2310, 2863-2865. 
Border warfare in Kansas, 1245 . 

Borgeaud, Charles, 2412, 2413 . 
Borst, H. v., 2524. 
Boscawen, N. H., 2590. 

Boston, Mass., British occupation of, 1776, 732; 
closing of the port, 1774, 730; colonial coast fo rt 
at, 592; commerce of, on the eve of the Revolu - 
tion, 778; customs officer at, letters of, 1768-1769. 
745; deaths in, 1799-1815, 2201; expedition from 
New France to capture, 1700, 2962; fire of 1872, 
1339; French newspaper published in, 1792-1793 . 
2554; fugitive slave law excitement in, 1313; 
fugitive slave seized in, 1327; in the last days of 
the town, 1343; medals given by Franklin to the 
children of, 1335; Old South church, 1309; public 
schools of, 2675; School street in 1830, 1314; ship- 
ping, 3200; theatre at, in 1776, 732. 

"Boston," Revolutionary war ship, 723. 

Boston Globe, newspaper, 2784 . 

Boston Harbor, Castle William, 598. 

Boston massacre, bibliography, 10. 

Boston public library, 2511-2513 , 2517. 

Boston typographical union, 2552. 

Botany of the Menomini Indians, 300. 

Botetourt eo., Va., 2267. 

Boubee, Joseph, 3229. 

Boucher, Henri, 2474. 

Boacher de la Bruere, Montarville, 2973. 

Boughter, I. F., 1570. 

Boundaries, of states included in the Louisiana 
purchase, 1025; of the United States and several 
states, 1012; Wisconsin's shifting, 1732. 

Boundary dispute, United States and Mexico, see 
Gadsden treaty; Venezuela, 2314. 

Boundaries, line between Canada and the United 
States, 1038, 1042; survey and delimitation of, 
1816-1826, 2974. 

Bouquet, Gen. Henry, 555. 

Bourgeoisie in New France, 2955. 

Bourland, Hal, 1654. 

Bourne, H. E., 502. 

Bowditch, C. P., 1797. 
." Bowles," Indian chief, 1662a. 

Bowles, W. A., 1792. 

Bowlus, R. J., 1189. 

Bowman, G. E., 572-579, 2089,';2091, 2095, 2109, 2131, 
2150, 2151, 2165, 2170, 2173, 2177, 2178, 2182, 
2185, 2189. 

J. E., 796. 

Bows and arrows, Indian,^,222. 

Boy gunners of the Confederate army, 934. 

Boy soldiers of the Revolution, 789. 

Boyd, W. K., 835. 

Boynton, P. H., 2776. 

Bradbeer, W. W., 646. 

Braddock's expedition, 662. 

Bradfield, Wesley, 189. 

Bradford, Alden, 2641. 

Elizabeth, 2095. 

Gamaliel, 1771, 1918, 2762, 2799. 

Gov. William, 570,^575. 

Maj. William, 576. 

Bradlee, F. B. C, 1892,13200. 

Bradley, J. H., 239-244, 1006, 1400-1403. 

W. A., 1132. 

Bradstreet, Dudley, 608. 

Simon, 600. 



Bradwell, I. G., 848, 849. 

Bragdon, Claude, 1477. 

Brainerd, Lawrence, 1875. 

Brainerd, Minn., 1368. 

Brandt, Bernhard, 3230. 

W. I., 75. 

Brannon, M. A., 2693. 

P. A., 383, 1061-1064, 2475. 

Brant, Joseph, 3090. 

Brawley, Benjamin, 973, 2534, 2535. 

Brazil, 3241-3255; discovery of, 440; English colonies 
in, 1604-1668, 3254; Jesuits in, 3170; separation 
from Portugal, British relation to, 3183. 

Breazeale, J. F., 245. 

Brecht, S. K., 1571. 

Breedlove, J. W., 1895. 

Breithaupt, W. H., 3073. 

Brent Town, Va., 673. 

Brentano, L., 2333. 

Bretons in Magellan's expedition, 384. 

Brewer, J, M., 2225a. 

Brewster, Sackford, 672. 

Bridge over the Cedar river, 1219. 

Bridges, L. M., 1275. 

Bridges, covered, 1595. 

Briggs, G. W., 2642. 

J. E., 385, 2057, 2432. 

Brigham, C. S., 3, 539. 

Bristol, T. H., 2271. 

Bristol CO., Mass., 1317. 

British, anti-British sentiment in the United States, 
171, 172, 177; at Concord, Apr. 19, 1775; 780; 
influence in American history text-books, 137, 
155; invasion of Maryland, 1777, 1898; officer in 
the American revolution, 761; regime in Michi- 
gan, 1353a; struggle for control of the fur trade 
on the Northwest coast, 1028; travellers in 
America, 480. See also English. 

British America, aboriginal period, 2900-2902; 
French period, 2903-2970; from 1760 to 1867, 
2971-2996; from 1867 to 1923, 2997-3014; general, 
2862-2899; Great war, 1914-1918, 3012-3014; 
regional history, 3015-3137. 

British archives relating to Cahfornia and Pacific 
coast history, 42. 

British army, and the Canadian rebellion of 1837, 
2980; Canadian officers in, 2862; in the Ameri- 
can revolution, buttons of, 758; in the Ameri- 
can revolution, paying of, 72i5; in the World 
war, a Yankee with, 979. 

British colleges in the American colonies, 546. 

British colonial policy. See English colonial policy 
and administration in America. 

British Columbia, 3127-3135; Catholic schools in, 
3115; cavalry regiment, 3129; East Indian immi- 
gration into, 2892; Indian and Eskimo jade 
objects in, 197; Spanish discovery of, in 1774, 
412. 
British Columbia Horse, 31st, 3129. 
British Empire, American colonies as part of, 544, 
550, (see also English colonial administration 
in America); Canada's participation in foreign 
policy of, 2880; Canada's participation in wars 
of, 2872; Canada's place in, 2895; Francis Bacon 
as a builder of, 3015; relationship of the Ameri- 

. can colonies with the mother country, 558. See 
also England and Great Britain. 



INDEX 



225 



British Guiana, 3205-3208; Spanish exploration and 
settlement in, 31R9; Venezuela boundary dis- 
pute, 940. 

British niunuscripts in the Library of Congress, 
transcripts of, 43a. 

British museum, Maya sculptures in, 310. 

British Virpin Ishinds, 3210. 

British West Indies, 3204-3213; Moravi;ms in, 2f.lG 

Britisii West India carrying trade, 2309. 

Brittoii. Wiley, 13X1. 

Broadsides, early, H2. 

Brock, .S7r Isaac, S23. 

BroRan, Evelyn, 530. 

Brookiiue, Mass., 1318. 

Brooklyn, N. Y., 2202. 

Brooks, Elisha, 1085. 

M. W., ^m. 

R. C, 237f). 

R. P., 1981. 

Browcr, Edith, 1572. 

Brown, A. G.,;r.,753. 

B. F., 850. 

C. E., 190, 191, 240, 279.5. 

D. W., Xm. 

E. E., 2734. 

E. S.,815. 

G. R., 1798. 

G. W., 2311,3225. 

II. C, 2475a. 

John, 1771. 1798a. 

Mather, 2756. 

Simeon, 726. 

V. L., 754. 

W. 11., 1667. 

W. M., 1284. 

Walter, 1717. 

William, 1034. 

Brown co., Kans., 1247. 

Brown university, 546. 

Browne, Arthur, 1418. 

M. F.,76. 

Browne family, 2073. 

Brownell, W. C, 2777. 

Browning, C. H., 2161, 2190,52191. 

Brubacher, Benjamin, 30/4. 

Brubachcr family, 3074,^3080. 

Bruce, L. M., 3075. 

P. A., 2720. 

Bruchesi, Eraile, 2908a. 

Bruuner, F. J., 2279. 

Brush, G. D., 2739. 

Bryan, C. B., 2631. 

G. M., 833. 

W. .1., 1799, 1800. 



See also Pirates. 



Buccaneers, 3202, 3203. 
Buchanan, C. R., 2025. 

James, 2373. 

Buchanan's cabinet, 829. 
Buck, J. A., 1154. 

S. J., 77, 1364. 

Buck Tails of the Union army, 849. 
Bucke, R. M.,3079. 
Buckingham township. Pa., 2597. 
Buehrer, Emil, 2634. 
Buell, R. L., 2312. 

W. S., 2991. 

Biihler, Jakob, 1718. 



Riihler, L'lrich, 1718. 

Buenos Airos, ArRentina, 3234. 

BulT.ilo. X. Y., 2792; hi.stery of, 1720-1929, 1495; 

literature of, 149.'.. 
Budalo drive of the Indians, 274. 
Buflulo historictd .society, 1478. 
BufTct, E. P., 2764. 
Builders of the American nation, 4S8, 525; Catbohc, 

4S9. 
Building agreements, 17th century, 595. 
Bullard, C. B., 1430. 
BuUer. Sir Re<lvers, 3121. 
Bulloch, J. G. B., 2090. 2115. 
Bundy, C. L., 2470. 
Bunnell, L. H., 1801. 
Burdette, R. J., 2790. 
Burger, C. P., 386. 
Burgess, J. W., 23.57. 
Burgin, W. G., 20a8. 
Burgoyne's expedition, /777, 724. 
Burial customs, Indian, 2S0, 309, 2902. 
Burial monuments, Indian, 2900. 
Burk, W. H., 755. 
Burke, W. J., 1869. 
Burlin, N. C, 247. 
Burlingame, E. L., 2797, 2798. 

II. A., 1625. 

Burnap, W. A., 942. 
Burnap genealogy, 2096. 
Burner period of the Mayas, 346. 
Burnett, E. C, 727, 1684. 

F. II., 1778. 

P. H., 1560. 

Burnett genealogy, 2096. 
Burns, J. F., 540. 

Lee, 1190, 1191. 

Burpee, L. J., 2973a, 2973b, 2974, 3112. 
Burr, Aaron, 1771, 1782. 
Burr family, 2080. 
Burr's conspiracy, 809. 
Burrage, H. S., 565, 1890. 

W. L., 1299. 

Burrough, William, 1507. 
Burroughs, John, 1802. 

Juhan, 1802. 

Burrow, J. A., 2065. 
Burrows, J. M. D., 1214. 
Burt, A. L., 2975. 

W. A., 1803. 

Burton, CM., 120, 1350. 

T. E., 2358. 

Burton historical collection, 120. 

Burwell, W. M., 2821a. 

Busch, F. X., 1155. 

Bush, R.H., 1300. 

Business firm in Canada, a Liverpool, 2979, 2987, 

Buss, H, J., 1165. 

Butler, B. F., 1771. 

N. M., 488. 

Butler, Pa., 2627b. 

Butterfield 's overland mail, 2482. 

Buttons of the British army in the Revolution, 758. 

Butts Hill fort celebration, Aug, 29, 1923, 785. 

Byers, O. P., 2477. 

Bynner, Edwin, 851. 

Byrd, William, 674, 1779. 



226 



INDEX 



CabeU, W. P., So2. 

Cabeza de Vaca, Alvar Xunez, 406. 

CabUdo of Mexico City, 3164. 

Cabinet, Buchanan's, S29. 

Cable, J. R., 13S2. 

Cady, S. M., 757, 1431. 

Cahokia mission property, 717. 

Cahokia mounds, ISo, 227a. 

Calabozo, Venezuela. 3176. 

Caldwell, L. G., 2396. 

Mrs. A. S., 1955. 

Caldwell prize on (Texas) local history, 1661. 

Calendar, early Middle American, 371. See aJso 
Chronology. 

Calhoun, John, 2654. 

California, 10S3-1112; acquisition of, development of 
American policy in regard to, 2320; conquest of, 
in 1S46, 10S9, 1105; early Catholic missionary in, 
2577; fight for Americanized histories in its 
schools, 69; gold rush, 474, history textbooks in 
use in. report on, 14S; Indians of. 2S5; journey 
to, in 1S59, 476; "Laws for the better government 
of," 4; material in London archives relating to, 
42; Moravian missions in, 2616; name of, 10S3; 
need of a state historical Society, 139; overland 
journey to, ISoo, 473; Sisters of Mercy in, 2573; 
social studies in the schools of, 164; Spanish 
explorations in, 16$S-1711, 715; trip around the 
Horn to, in 1S50, 470; Unamuno's voyage to, 
L5S7, 450: voyage to, in 1S49, 485. 

California, University of, Department of anthro- 
pology, 2S5. 

Callahan, J. M., 1712. 

Callan, E. F., 1479. 

Callegari, G. V., 317-321. 

Calver, W. L., 758. 

Camacho, Ramiro, 31S5. 

Cambria. Wy., 1767. 

Cambridge, Mass., 1325; house where Roosevelt 
lived, 2014; Patriots' day celebration, 759. 

Cambridge flag of the Revolution, 759. 

Cameron Creek, N". iMex., archaeological site, 189. 

Camirand, Antonio, 2909. 

Camp, C. L., 470, 10S5, 1090. 

Camp Jackson, :Mo., battle of, 1881, 847. 

Camp Liberty, N. J., S20. 

Campbell, Duncan, 2620. 

J. \., 3117. 

R. W., 1074. 

CampbeU Island. O.. 225. 

Canada, Dominion of, 1867-19?3, 2997-3014; ad- 
ministration of Governor Carleton, 2975; bank- 
ing in, 2S91; bibliography, 28*18; books relating 
to, 2S97; church union in, 2885; city names, 
28: 1; comm.erce and industry, 2979, 29S1, 2983; 
commercial union with the United States, 2384; 
constitution of, 2888; constitutional develop- 
ment of, 2889; East Indian immigration into, 
2892; economic history, 2SS1, 2979, 2981; edu- 
cation in, 3025; educational history, 3016, 3060; 
educational institutions, 3053; Empire relations, 
2S63, 2865, 2872, 2875, 2877, 2880, 2895; finance, 
3019; first author of, decorated by the French 
academy, 3906; first court of chancery in, 2988; 
first ecclesiastical province in, 2090; first Norse 
settlement in, 3000; foreign policy, 2880, 2893; 
foreign relations, 2899; immigration laws in 
regard to East Indians, 2892; literature of, 2989, 



2999, 3000a, 3003, 3003a, 3005, 3011, 3020; manu- 
scripts of Earl Bathurst relating to, 2873; militia 
of, before the war, 2998; military history, 2998, 
3012-3014; military service in, 2869; national 
status of, 2875, 3001; northwest coast fur trade, 
2981; northwest territories of, 2983; partici- 
pation in imperial wars, 2872; participation in 
the foreign negotiations of the Empire, 2880; 
participation in the World war, 3012-3014; 
politics and government, 2863-2865, 2888, 2889, 
2972, 2973, 2975, 3004, 3010, 3071, 3082; postage 
stamps, 2887; prehistoric art in, 2901; rebellion 
of 1S37, 2973, 2980; recruiting for the Union 
forces in, 916; regional history, 3015-3137; re- 
ligious biography, 3032, 3034, 3041. 3042, 3056; 
religious history, 3028; responsible government 
in. 3004; treaty with the United States, recent, 
2899; treaty-making power of, 2879; western 
provinces and territories, 3111-3137. 

" Canadian annual review of public affairs," 2867. 

Canadian art, prehistoric, 226. 

Canadian bank of commerce, 2870. 

Canadian cavalry in action, 2869. 

Canadian expedition to New Mexico, in 1739, 706. 

Canadian historical association, 2876. 

Canadian military institute, 2869. 

Canadian officers in the British army, 2862. 

Canadian Pacific railway, 2874. 

Canal, Panama, 3199. 

Canals, New York state, 2486, 2492a. 

Cannon, F. A., 2478. 

Cano, Juan Sebastian del, 396, 425. 

Cansdell, H. W., 1804. 

Canterbury, Conn., 2730, 2740. 

Canterbury, N. H., 2590. 

Cantino, Alberto, world map of, 451. 

Caouette, Aurelie, 3032. 

Cape Cod, Massachusetts, 1305. 

Cape Disappointment, Wash., 1702. 

Cape May, N. J., 144S. 

Capital, national, agitation for removal to the West, 
953. See also Washington, D. C. 

Capital punishment, 2957. 

Capitan, Lonis, 322. 

Capitol, national, 1126; Pennsylvania state, 1602. 

Capron, Seth, 1S05. 

Capture by Indians in Wyoming, 1865, 1759. 

Captive, Indian (Mary Storer of Wells, Me.), 567. 

Carbia, R. D., 387. 

Carey, C. H., 1020. 

Carignan regiment, 2912, 2934. 

Carleill, Christopher, 388. 

Carleton, Sir Guy, 2975. 

Thomas, 1806. 

Carleton, Que., 2947. 

Carlisle, J. H., 2729. 

Carlstrom, 0. L., 955. 

Carlton, M. M., 1865, 2048. 

Carlyle, Randolph, 2870. 

Carman, H. J., 502a. 

Carnegie endowment for international peace, 2313 

Carnegie institution of Washington, Department of 
historical research, 78; expedition to Yucatan. 
323. 

Carnochan, Janet, 3077. 

CaroUna female college, 1529. 

Caron, Alexis, 3063. 

Ivanhoe, 2911, 2976. 



INDEX 



227 



Carothcrs, T. P., 1255. 

Carroras y Candi, Francisco, 389. 

Carrier, Lyman, 2440. 

CarritiKton, Edward, 741. 

K. W., 2397. 

Carroll, Charles, 065. 

H. K., 2007. 

J. M., 250.3. 

T. F., m:i. 

Carruth, Ilayden, \M'2. 

Carter, C. E., 79, 700. 

Charles, 084. 

W. II., 404, 701. 

Carthage, N. Y., 1497. 

Cartier, Jacques, at ('arleton, 430; at Prince Ed- 
ward island, 431; explorations of, 2947, 2948; 
first landing at Gaspf-, 2951; fort built by, 2963; 
route to Uochelaga, 2906. 

Cartography. Sec Maps. 

Cartwright, Bruce, 3287. 

J. S., 2891. 

Richard, 3083. 

Casa de la contratacion de Indias, 3172, 3174. 

Casey, Magdalen, 2912. 

Cash register company, National, 1986. 

Cashnian, J. E., 80. 

Caso, A., 390, 

Cass, Lewis, 1008. 

Cassan, M, S., 3078. 

Castle family, 2097. 

Castle William, Boston harbor, 598. 

Catel, Jean, 2836. 

Catellani, Enrico, 2334. 

Cates, A, S., 1668. 

Cathcr, W. S., 1407. 

Catholic church, 2567-2589; bishops consecrated at 
Quebec, 3062; first ecclesiastical province in 
Canada, 2990; Now France, 2966. See also 
Vatican. 

Catholic hisiorical association. See American 
Catholic historical association, and American 
Catholic historical society. 

Catholic schools, history of the United States for, 
510; in western Canada, 3115. 

Catholic textbook in American history, 525 

Catholics, 2567-2589; builders of the nation, 489. 

Catlin, G. B., 1347. 

Catt, C. C, 2377. 

Cattle, introduction into the Pacific Northwest, 
1032. 

Cattle industry, in Oklahoma, 1558. See ahso Live- 
stock industry. 

Cavalry, Canadian, 2869; in the World war, first 
American troop, 982; Philadelphia city, 1574. 

Cayenne, Fr. Guiana, letters written from, 17th 
century, 3278; relations of Marseille and the 
Provence with, 176S-1764, 3277. 

Cazneau, Isaac, 1301. 

Cedar Creek, battle of, I864, 872. 

Cedar river, la., 1219. 

Celebrations, anniversary. See Anniversary cele- 
brations. Centenary, and Tercentenary. 

C^lorou de Blainville, P. J., 721. 

Cemetery, Arlington national, 531. 

Censorbip of history texts, 155. 



Centenary celebration, birth of liutherford B. 
Ilaye-s, 1886; birth of .Stephen Collins Foster, 
1601a; Clay co.. Mo., 13H4, 1.399; Lafayette Par- 
ish, La., 1269; New Hampshire hi.storiculs<jciety, 
2.521; Protestant Episcopal theo!«(gicul seminary 
in Virginia, 2629, 26.31; Sherman, N. Y., 1513; 
South American independence, 3141; Yale 
Divinity scho<jl, 2594. See aho Tercentenary, 

Central America 3198, 3199; aboriginal periwi, :{39. 
340, 344, 3.50, 370, 371 {nee alto Mexico, aboriginal 
period); ancient calendar of, 371; archaeological 
investigations in, 217; Indians of, 3.39, :i40; 
Maya sculptures from, 316; prehistoric civiliza- 
tion ol, '2'20, 331; prehistoric objects from, 350. 

Centre Hill, N. C, 1.526. 

Century company, N. Y., 2545, 2560. 

"Century magazine," 255<3, 2807. 

Ceramics. See Pottery. 

Ceremonials, Indian, 306a. 

Cesare, M. P., 2825. 

C6spcdes, Carlos Manuel de, 3214. 

Cestre, Charles, 2837. 

Chabaud, Vahbe, 2913. 

Chadlan, I'abhe, 3277. 

Chama Valley, N. Mex., 210. 

Chamberlain, G. W., 2102, 2176. 

Chambers, C. C, 937. 

Champ d'Asile, 814. 

Champe, John, 791. 

Champris, II. Gaillard de, 2914-2917. 

Chandler, A. B., 1963. 

Channing, Edward, 72. 

Chapais, Thomas, 2977, 3034. 

Chapin, H. M., 560, 615, 616, 3204. 

W. yv., 2124. 

Chaplain of the Revolution, 765. 

Chaplin, W'. E., 1758. 

Chapman, C. II., 1561. 

Chappelear, Curtis, 1669. 

Chappell, J. G., 1480. 

Chappie, W. D., 817. 

Charity, Sisters of, 2578. See also Sisters of Mercy. 

"Charles' fort," S. C, 699. 

Charles River bridge case, 2365. 

Charleston, S. C, 1637; Charleston museum, 2522; 
marriages and death notices, 1797, 2258. 

Charlevoux, P. F. X. de, 391. 

Charlotte co., Va., 22023. 

Charlottesville, Ont., 3085. 

Charlton, M., 3035. 

Charnwood, Lord, 2001, 2009. 

Chase, S. P., 1807. 

Samuel, 2397. 

Chateaubriand, F. A. R., vicomte de, and the Mon- 
roe doctrine, 2339. 

Chatham, Earl of, 1603. 

Chatham, N. J., 2626. 

Cheever papers, 52. 

Chemistry, history of, 2859. 

Chemists, 2857, 285S. 

Cherokee Indians, 258, 287; in Texas, 1662a; towns 
in Alabama, 1065. 

Cherry, T. C, 1256. 

"Chesapeake," U. S. frigate, capture of, 1S13. 824. 

Chesapeake Bay country, 1286. 



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Cheyenne, Wy., 1764, 2579. 

Cheyenne Indians, 257. 

Cheyenne trail, 17G0. 

Chicago, 111., 1174; as center of the meat packing 
industry, 2462; commerce of the upper Missis- 
sippi valley diverted to, 2469; first white man 
known to have seen the site of, 1156; highways, 
old and new, 1179; in 1837, 1166; influence upon 
Lincoln, 1926; meat packing industry of, 1164; 
strike, 189^, 946. 

Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific railway, 2477. 

Chicago, University of, University high school of, 
102. 

Chicago portage, 1167. 

Chicago public library, 2510. 

Chickamauga campaign, 186S, 875. 

Chickasaw nation, 267. 

Chief justices of the United States, 1807, 2023, 2024, 
2053. 

Chief's ritual of the Mayas, 364. 

Chiefs, Indian, 235, 239, 244, 267, 291, 1095, 1317, 
1662a. 

Child, F. J., 2799. 

Child labor, regulation of, in Kansas, 1248. 

Children, 18th century portraits of, 2754; histories 
for, see Juvenile history; public protection of, 
in Kansas, 1252. 

Chile, 3256-3259, community of Sisters in, 3061. 

Chilton, John, 1808. 

Chilton family, 2098. 

China, open door doctrine in relation to, 2306. 

Chinard, Gilbert, 808. 

Chipman, Ward, jr., 1312. 

Chippawa, Ont., battle of, 18H, 2993 

Chippewa co., Mich., 1355a. 

Chippewa Indians, 261; chief, 291. 

Chiriqui Indians, 314. 

Choate, Rufus, 1775. 

Choctaws, 306. 

Choir, Bethlehem Bach, 1611. 

Chowan CO., N. C, 1526. 

Christian, G. L., 38. 

Christian church, 2590. 

Christian Island, Ont., 2910. 

Christian Reformed church, 2633a. 

Christianson, Theodore, 1365. 

Chronology, Maya, 346-348; Nahuan, 352. 

Church of England, in the colony of Virginia, 2631; 
in the province of Maryland, 2033. 

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day saints, 2624, 
2625. 

Church records, Plymouth, Mass., 1620-1859, 1332. 
See also Regional genealogy, vital records, etc. 

Church union in Canada, 2885. 

Churches, Baptist, 2564, 2565; Boston (Old South 
church), 1309; Christian, 2590; Congregational, 
2591; early New England, 1043; Huguenot, in 
South Carolina, 1633; Methodist, 2608; Mon- 
treal, Can., 3054; Newport News, Va., 1685; 
Philadelphia, 655, 1577, 1613; Presbyterian, 
1013, 2626-2628; Protestant Episcopal, 2632; 
Reformed, in Beaver Creek, O., 1548; Ten- 
nessee, historic, 1648. See also Religious his- 
tory, particular denominations. 

Churchill, G. M., 503. 

Cicero, 111., 1182. 

Cieza de Leon, Pedro de, 3153. 

Cincinnati, O., Sisters of Charity in, 2578; Sisters of 
Mercy in, 2573. 



Circuit riders, in the old Northwest, 2659; Metho- 
dist, along the Ohio, 2612. 

Circumnavigation of the globe, first, 396, 426. 

Circus manager, 1789. 

City government in Iowa, 2435. 

Civil war, 844-940; Alabama claims, 2323; Anglo- 
American relations during, 2323, 2324; crisis of, 
867; first man killed in, 1839; freedom of speech 
and the press during, 853; history of, 925; inci- 
dents in Macon, Ga., 1143; Jasper county, Mo., 
in, 1394; medical historian of, 2059; personal 
reminiscences, Confederate side, 892, 893, 917, 
918; personal reminiscences, Union side, 859, 895, 
897, 904, 923, 931, 942; prisons, 865; regimental 
histories, 935-940; responsibility for, 879. 

Civilization, native American, 270; prehistoric 
Mexican and Central American, 220, 331. 

Claiborne wills, 2099. 

Clancy, F. W., 1993. 

Claremont, N. H., 1422. 

Clark, A. C, 1122, 1123. 

Abraham, 1809. 

C. C, 1527. 

D. L., 2795. 

M. B., 1192. 

M. G., 81, 161. 

W. E., 2546. 

W. L., 762. 

Walter, 855, 986, 1522, 1523. 

Clark university, 2716. 

Clarke, G. J., 1193. 

J. M., 3036, 3037. 

Jeremiah, 619. 

Clarkson, G. B., 960. 

Clatsop CO., Ore., 1565. 

Clavero Navarro, Antonio, 3163. 

Clay, Henry, 2392. 

Clay CO., Mo., 1384, 1399. 

Clear Lake, Cal., 285. 

Cleaveland, D. K., 1482. 

Cleland, M. G., 1007. 

R. G., 2335. 

Clemen, R. A., 2456. 

Clemenceau, Georges, 960. 

Clemens, S. L., 1746, 2787. 

Clement, E. H., 1810. 

Clements, W. L., 73, 74, 82. 

Clements family, 2100. 

Clements library of American^istory, 73,'74,"82. 

Clergy, benefit of, 835; in colonial Virginia, 2631. 

Cleveland, C.B., 938. 

Grover, 948-951, 1472, 1811-1815. 

Cleveland's first administration, 950. 

Cleveland's second administration, 946, 949. 

Cleveland, O., pioneer life in, 98. 

Cliff dwellers, 230. 

Clifford, E. O. (Mrs. George S. Clifiord), 1194. 

Clifton, Arthur, 1816. 

Climatological history of Ohio, 1546. 

Clipper ships, 2475a. 

Cloches, P. L. de, 2942. 

Clock making, early, 2460. 

Clothes. See Wearing apparel. 

Cloud, A. J.. 2359. 

Club, literary, in Rochester, N. Y., 1504; "Sur- 
vivors'," Lancaster, Pa., 1585. 

Coahoma invincibles, 937. 

Coalport home guards, 1217. 



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229 



Coast forts, at Mobile Hsiy, Ala., 2280; in colonial 
Massachusetts, 2275; in colonial Xew Hainp- 
shire, 2276. 

Coates, C. P., 2(394. 

Cobb, A. J., 1842. 

J. A., 1143. 

Coburn, F. W., 2756. 

Cochran family, 2072. 

Cochrane, S. A., 1349. 

Sylvester, 1349. 

Cockburn, Sir John, 675, 676. 

Cocopa Indians, 227. 

Codex, Aztec, 326. 

Coflman. M. C, 1296. 

CofTin, C. F.,2643. 

H. S., 2734. 

P. B., 2643. 

CofTin family, 2643. 

Cohen family, 2101. 

Cohens vs. Virginia, 2;i65. 

Coins. See Numismatics. 

Colbert. George, 2()7. 

Col<l Water Canyon, Wis., 1735. 

Colden, Cadwallader, 626. 

Cole, A. C, 1930. 

C. C, 1931. 

Cornelius, 1075. 

II. E., 1719-1722. 

Colebrook, Conn., 2236. 

Coles, E. G. H., 1483. 

Colima, Mount, Mex., ancient pyramid at, 376; 
archaeological discoveries at, 342. 

College entrance examination board, 83. 

College entrance examinations in American his- 
tory, 147. 

College union in Canada, 3016. 

Colleges, history courses in, 62, 107; in the American 
colonies, 546. See also Educational institu- 
tions, and under name of particular college. 

Collingwood, Ont., 3097. 

Collins, G. N., 2417. 

J. II., 1484. 

Colombia, 32!'.0-3263; antiquities, 314; conquest and 
colonization, 3169; petroglyphs of, 373. 

Colonial agents, 3207. 

Colonial company. See Dutch West India com- 
pany. 

Colonial dames of America, Connecticut society, 
1117. 

Colonial governors, commissions and instructions 
to, 1740, 538; Connecticut, 624; Massachusetts, 
570, 599, 601; Pennsylvania, 656, 658; Rhode 
Island, 619. 

Colonial period, 538-721; architecture, 542, 545, 
1477; costume, bibliography of, 18; education 
in Virginia during, 2688; forts, 568, 592, 680; 
French and Indian war, 551-555; material in 
the Clements library relating to, 82; portrait 
painter of, 2755. 

Colonial policy and administration in America, 
English, 538, 540, 549, 550, 558, 760, 2877, 3208; 
Portuguese, 3145; Spanish, 3145, 3157, 3163, 3164, 
3166, 3172, 3192. 

Colonies, American, Quakers in, 2598. 

Colonization, of New France, 2911, 2924; of the 
Province of Quebec, 1760-1792, 2976. 



Colorado, 1113-1115; antiquities, 201; archaeological 
research in, 211, 212; social studies in the high 
schools of, 102. 

Colorado state historical and natural history 
society, report of, 1115. 

Colorado river, exj)edition up, in 182«-1H27, 1027; 
Old Uto Ford of, 1017; yesterday, to-day and 
to-morrow, 1018. 

Colquhoun, A. II. U., 2878, 2978. 

f'oWiuitt, I), n., H06. 

Collrin, C. W., 2097. 

"Columbia," second voyage of, 1029. 

Columbia, Tenn., 1648. 

Columhas, Christopher, 82, 399, 41K, 42J, 437; 
backers of, 432; birthplace of, 413a; fourth voyage 
of, 377; life and voyages of, Hi>; nationality of, 37h, 
379, 382, 387, 389, 413a, 420, 421, 436, 442, 441, iFA; 
plan for a Pan .\merican memorial to. 439; 
tomb of, 395. 

Comanche civilization, 235a. 

Combes, O. D. A., 2219. 

Comfort, B. F., 1008. 

Commerce, 2453-2470; American, piracy a menace 
to, 1820-18S2, 3200; Canadian, 2979, 2987; in the 
Old Northwest in 1860, Union sentiment and, 
830; Jay's treaty and, 2307; neutral, during the 
World war, 943; of Boston on the eve of the 
Revolution, 778; of the upper Mississippi valley, 
rivalry for, 2469; overseas, 2307; with Spanish 
America, 2326; with the West, attempt of New 
Orleans to retain, 1272; with the West Indies, 
struggle to regain, 18I5-18S0, 2309; World war 
period, 960. See also Fur trade. Interstate 
commerce commission. Merchant ships. Tariff, 
and Trade. 

Commercial companies. See Hudson's Bay com- 
pany, and Pacific fur company. 

Commercial relations, between the Netherlands 
and the United States, 18H-191J,, 2322; of Amer- 
ican countries, 2384. 

Commercial union with Canada, 2384. 

Committee of correspondence, Albany, 722. 

Committee of safety, Albany, 722. 

Communication, transportation and public works, 
2471-2496. See also Pony express. Postal system, 
Railroads, and Trails. 

Communism, Incan, 3141. See also Harmonist 
movement, New Harmony, Ind., and Oneida 
community. 

Community medical service in the colonies, 548. 

Corapafiia general de tabacos de Filipinas, 3292. 

Comprehensive histories, 487-500. 

Compromise in 1860, failure of, 832. 

Concord, battle of, 1775, 780-782. 

Concord, Mass., 1306. 

Concord, N. H., 2590. 

Concord Corner, Vt., 2720. 

Condict, Lewis. 797. 

Confederate army, Anderson's brigade, 845, 907; 
at Gettysburg, 907; concentration in the Mis- 
sissippi Valley in 1862, 883; Ewell's attack at 
Gettysburg, 910; General Lee's headquarters 
records and papers, 38; General Lee's review of, 
lS6Jf, 848; in battles around Richmond, 845; 
in the District of the Gulf in 1865, organization 
of, 900; losses at Gettysburg, 890; number of 
troops in, 877; regimental histories, 936-938, 940. 



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INDEX 



Confederate navy, 896, 902. 

Confederate orphanage, Tennessee, 932. 

Confederate spy, 891. 

Confederate states of America, contribution to 
naval architecture and naval warfare, 858; 
military records and papers, 38; politico-mili- 
tary history of, 862; president of. 862, 921, 922, 
1831-1835; proceedings of the first Congress, 857. 

Confederation, Articles of, 727. 

Confederation, period of, 2364. 

Conference, Anglo-American historical, )£fS, 66, 121, 
See also Congress, International historical. 

Congregational church, 2591-2594. 

Congregational life in Muscatine, la., 1228. 

Congress, International historical, at Brussels, 192S, 
100, 122. 

Congress, U. S., judicial control over legislation of, 
2351; natives of Maine who have served in, 
1781; power to nullify the Constitution, 2356. 

Congressional contest in Minnesota. 18S2, 1360. 

Congressional election in Iowa, 18S2, 2057. 

Connecticut, 1116-1120; biography, 2022; colonial 
history, 623, 624; early architecture of, 2740, 2742, 
2751; first state to institute common schools, 
2687; genealogy, vital records, etc., 2203, 2207, 
2233, 2235, 2239; Irish soldiers in the Revolution, 
802; old houses of, 2750; people who removed to 
New York state, 1789-1840, 2236. 

Connecticut claims to the AVyoming valley. See 
Pennamite- Yankee war. 

Connecticut college, 2707. 

Connecticut historical society, annual report, 85. 

Connelley, Cornelia, 2644. 

W. E., 13, 115, 248, 1240, 1868. 

Connolly, J. C, 1485. 

Connor, J. T., 1138. 

R. D. W., 1524. 

Conover, C. T., 1700. 

Milton, 2414, 2415. 

Conquerors, Spanish, 3166, 3167. 

Conscription. See Military conscription. 

Constitution day, 2352; in the New Jersey schools, 
136; in the Rhode Island schools, 149. 

Constitution of the United States, 2354-2356, 2358- 
2362, 2364, 2366; adoption of, bibliography, 10, 
formation of, sources and documents illustrat- 
ing, 740; Pelatiah Webster theory of the origin 
of, 2368; teaching of, in New Jersey schools, 136. 

Constitutional convention, Maryland, 1867, 2436; 
state of Oklahoma, 2440. 

Constitutional convention of 1787, compromises of, 
2362. 

Constitutional decisions of John Marshall, 2369. 

Constitutional history and law, 2352-2370. 

Constitutional law, decisive battles of, 2365: James 
Kent's contribution to, 1908. 

Constitutions of the Northwest states, 2430a. 

Contarini, G. M., world map of, 1606, 410. 

Continental army, bands of, 767; engineer corps, 784; 
express rider of, 768. 

Continental congress, letters of members, 727. 

Continental navy, 723. 

Controversies between royal governors and their 
assemblies, 540. 

Convoying merchant ships, 984. 

Cook, J. H., 1009. 

Mrs. A. M. F., 1759. 

T. 11., 1644. 



Cook's Mills, battle of, I8I4, 821. 
Cooke, C. W., 2337. 
J. E., 2800. 



Cooke family, 2084. 

Cookinham, H. J., 1866. 

Coolidge, Calvin, 1303, 1816a-1821, 1883. 

T. J., 1822. 



Coolidge genealogy, 2102. 
Coon, D. M., 1701. 
Cooper, J. F., 2777, 2787. 

Thomas, 811, 1823. 

Copland, Patrick, 678. 

Coplin, W. M. L., 995. 

Copper, prehistoric objects of, 314. 

Copper Eskimos, 3137. 

Copper mine, prehistoric, 221. 

Coram, Thomas, 593. 

Corbin family, 2103. 

Cordes, Simon de, 454. 

Cordier, Henri, 86. 

Corinth, Miss., siege of, 1862, 901. 

Corn growing industry, 2451. 

Cornell family, 2071. 

Corning, C. R., 2521. 

Cornish, J. J., 2621. 

"Cornstalk," Indian chief, 251. 

Corri, P. A., 1816. 

Cortes, Hernando, 407, 443. 

Cortissoz, Royal, 2739, 2757. 

Corwin, E. S., 2338. 

George, 596. 

Corwin house, Salem, Mass., 595. 

Cosgrove, C. B., 192. 

Cosier, E. J., 1548. 

Coss, J. J., 151. 

Costume, colonial, bibliography of, 18. 

Cotterill, R. S., 1010. 

Cottman, G. S., 87, 1207. 

Cotton, E. H., 2010. 

Coudert, F. R., 2397a. 

Couillard-Despres, A., 2920. 

Coumbe, Camille, 1723. 

John, 1723. 

Council of appointment of New York, 739. 

Counterfeiters, in Wisconsin, 1731. 

County boundaries, California, 1088. 

County history, 89. 

County superintendent of schools in Iowa, 1233. 

Coupland, R., 746. 

Courchesne, Georges, 2921. 

Coureurs de bois. See Waldlaufer. 

"Courier politique de I'univers," 2554. 

Coursey, O. W., 1643. 

Courthouse, Morris county, N. J., 1453, 1457. 

Courts, Canadian, 2988, 3103; chancery, 2407, 2988; 

first land court of Kentucky, 2408; in New 

France, 2944; Ontario, 3103; Rhode Island, 2405; 

Supreme court of Wisconsin, 1729; Tennessee, 

2407. See also Supreme court. 
Covered bridges, 1595. 
Cowan, R. E., 4, 1087, 1099. 
Cowboy life, 1009. 
Cowdrick, E. B., 2457. 
Cowell, H. J., 2595. 
Cowing, J. M., 2071, 2104. 
Cowing family, 2104. 
Cax, I. J., 809. 
Kenyon, 2739. 



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231 



Coxeyisrn, 2508. 

Coy, O. C, 1011, 1088, 2479. 

Coyno, J. H., 2922, 3079. 

Craik, K. L., 1211. 

Crandall, Pnulcncc, 2730. 

Crane, Stephen. 2800a. 

W. M., 1824. 

Cranfill, J. B., 2')r..S. 

Cranhani, Enp;., 704. 

Cranston, Earl, 2047. 

Crawford, 1. V., .3rKK)a. 

L.F., 88. 

Creel, Virginia, 1383. 

Crenshaw, H. S., 22<>:). 

Creoles, in the battle of New Orleans, 1816, 822. 

Cresson, W. P., 2339, 2.340. 

CrevecoBur, St. Jean de, 4G8. 

Cridlin, W. IJ., ()79, 2223. 

Crime. See Treason. 

Criminals. See Outlaw band. 

Crocker, II. G., 210.'). 

Crocker family, 2105. 

Crockett, Uavid, 1616, 1825. 

Crogiian, George, 062, 1048, 1516. 

OroU, P. C, 1573. 

Cronau, Rudolf, 763. 

Crone, A. J., 1366. 

Crosbie, L. M., 2695. 

Cross, .\.L.,89. 

Cross of the Martyrs, 1469. 

Cros.ses, wayside, 2945. 

"Crossing of the Fathers," 1017. 

Crow Indians, 243; chief Arrapooash, 239; chief 
Tattooed Forehead, 244. 

Crowell, Edwin, 3017. 

Crown Point, expedition against, 1756, 551. 

Crowther, Samuel, 1986. 

Cruikshank, E. A., 2923, 2992, 2994, 3080-3082, 3101. 

Cruzat, II. II., 709. 

Cuba, 3214-3216; bibliography, 34; international 
B relations of, 3210; revolutionary movement of 

* 1868, 3214. 

Cuevns Zcqueirii, Sergio, 3214. 

Cuffe, Paul, 1826. 

Cuicuilco, temple of, 324, 325, 341. 

Culbertson, Glenn, 193. 

L. R., 2106. 

Culbertson family, 2106. 

Cullen, E. J., 2280. 

Culture, Indian, 269, 285; prehistoric, 220. Se( also 
Civili.^.ation. 

Cumberland, R. W., 3aS3, 3084. 

Cumberland Valley, Pa., 555. 

Curamiug, Melville, 3018. 

Cummings, Byron, 324, 325,341. 

T. II., 759. 

" Cumulative book index," 1922-1923, 5. 

Cuneo-Vidal, E., 395. 

Curasao, 3218, 3221. 

Currency, Halifax, 3019; New Jersey paper, 1709- 
1786, 1429. See also Money. 

Current events, teaching of, 106. 

Curriculum, history, 102, 112, 144, 145, 151. 

Currier, F. A., 2518. 

Curtis, C. II. K., 1827, 1828. 

Natalie, 247. 

Cushing, Caleb, 1829, 1830. 

Cushman, R. E., 2398. 



Cu.ster, Gen. O. A., last battle of, 1021; Little Big 
Horn expedition, 1876, 1021, 1031. 

Miio, 11. 1H, wr/j. 

Custis, John, 1779. 

Cu.stoms, Indian, 285. See also Life and manners. 

Customs ofTioer at Boston in 1708-1709, 745. 

Cutbn.sh, Edward, 2297. 

Culler, F. M., 2281. 

H. 0., 1137. 

Cuttyhunk, Ma.ss., 592. 
Cuvillier, Austin. 2891. 

Daenell, Ernst, 490. 

Dailey, W. N. P., 627. 

Dakota Indians, of Minnesota, 1375a; outbreak of 

1862, 1044. 
Dale, E. E., 1558, 1558a. 
Daley, C. M., 143. 
Dall, W. n., l78Cb. 
Dalton, C. II., 859. 

E. B.,859. 

II. R., 859. 

J. C.,;r., 859. 

R. II., 1891. 

Dalton family, 2076. 
Damon, S. C, 469. 
Dana, E. L., 1772. 

R. 11., 2740. 

Dances, Indian, 296. 

Dane co.. Wis., 1752. 

Danish We.st Indies, Moravian missions in, 2616. 

Danvers, Mass., 604, 1307, 1333, 1334, 1337, 1338, 1998. 

Danvcrs historical society, 1338. 

Darling, A. B., 1301. 

Darlington Indian agency, 1558b. 

Dart, H. P., 40, 710, 711, 1264-1267, 1844. 

Dartmouth college, 546; church at, 2591. 

Dartmouth college case, 2365. 

Daughters of the American revolution, Alexander 

Doniphan chapter, 13S4; Astenrogen chapter, 

795a; graves of Revolutionary soldiers located 

by, 801; Michigan chapters, 1359. 
Davenport, Ilarbert, 429. 
Davidson college, Davidson, N. C, 2718. 
Davis, A. K., 987. 

D. T., 1257. 

H. E., 1121. 

Jefferson, 862, 871, 911, 915, 1831-1835; letters, 

papers and speeches, 921, 922; place in history, 

921. 

K. B., 1778. 

T. R.,836. 



Davison, W. B., 90. 
Dawson, Edgar, 91. 

Floy, 92. 

W. H., 2314. 

Sir William, 3008. 

Day, W. C, 1655. 

Deacon, W. A., 2999. 

Deaf, Kentucky school for, 1258. 

Dean Hall, S. C, 1639. 

Dearborn, F. M., 961. 

Dc^th notices, Virginia, 1804-18S8, 1696a. See aho 

Vital records. 
Dcatrick, C. M., 2072. 
Decatur, la., 2620. 
De Cellcs, A. D., 2924. 
Declaration of independence, 769; the real, 773. 



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INDEX 



Decoration, pre-Columbian, 358. 

Deeds, Indian land, 644; Plymouth colony,X573, 
574, 576, 577. 

Deerwood, Minn., 1366. 

Defense, Department of, 2293. 

Defense, English colonial policy in regard to, 558. 

De Forest, Jesse, 627a. 

L. E.,1999. 

R. W., G27a. 

DcKruif,P.H.,2849. 

Delabarre, E.B.,194, 195. 

Delancey, Stephen, 2768. 

Delano, E. C, 2251. 

Delaplaine, E. S., 1898. 

Delaware, circular boundary of, 1121; colonial 
history, 663; records, Maryland items from, 
1292. 

Delgado, Jesus, 396. 

Demarcation line of Alexander VI, 434. 

Demerara, Moravian missions in, 2616. 

Democracy, American, 499. 

Democratic machine, ISoO-1854, 2385. 

Democratic party, 2334, 2385; in New Hampshire, 
1S54-1855, 2438; nationalization of, 2389. 

Dem^opolis, 814. 

Denehie, E. S., 1195. 

Dengler, Hermann, 249. 

Denio,H.W.,594. 

Dennett, Tyler, 2315. 

Dennison, A. L., 2085. 

Denny, J. O., 2399. 

R. E., 1525. 

Densmore, Frances, 227, 250. 

Denuce, J., 435. 

Department of defense, U. S., 2293. 

Description and travel, 464-486; in early Iowa, 1214; 
in Revolutionary days, 724; in the Yellowstone 
Park, 1015; Lesueur's American sketches, 1816- 
1837, 41; Louisiana, in 1766, 1268; New Orleans, 
in 1867, 1263; South America, 1848-1855, 3231; 
trading expeditions in the Oregon country, 1831- 
1834, 1056, 1057; trip across northern Iowa in 
1845, 1235. See also Exploring expeditions, and 
Overland journeys to the Pacific West. 

Designs, prehistoric, 199, 200, 233. 

Des Moines Rapids of the Mississippi river, 1237. 

Destroyers during the World war, 984. 

Detroit, Mich, early trader in, 1346; Freemasons, 
Mt. Tabor lodge, 2517a; historical collection re- 
lating to, 120; history and development of, 1348; 
prominent citizen of, 1348; story of, 1347. 

Devigne, Roger, 397. 

Devron, Gustave, 712. 

Dewey, C. A., 1969. 

George, 1773. 

Nelson, 1719. 

Dewing, T. W., 2739, 2757. 

Diaries, New England, 1602-1800, 8; political, of the 
period from 1803 to 1807, 815; Revolutionary, 
27; Salem, Mass., in 1878, 1319. 

Dibble, R. F., 1773. 

Dickson, James, 1373, 1375. 

Diederichs, J. F., 1724. 

Diegueiio Indian customs, 285. 

Dieserud, Juul, 1367. 

Di6z Aguasal, Florencio, 3233. 

Digges family, 2107. 

Dighton rock, 194. 



Dilhan, S., 3238. 

Dillan, Ingolf, 1368. 

Dillard, Richard, 1526. 

Dillon, E. J., 3187. 

Dimutry, A. S., 860. 

Diplomacy of Bolivar, 3180 

Diplomacy of isolation, 2340. 

Diplomatic history and foreign relations, 2304-2351; 
controversy with allied governments during 
the period of neutrality, 943; during Cleveland's 
second administration, 946; early relations with 
Spain, 809; Mexico and the United States, 1853, 
828; relations between Germany and Mexico, 
3190. See also Treaty of Versailles, America's 
part in. 

Disarmament, Washington conference on, 1921- 
1922, 958, 

Discovery and exploration, 82, 377-458; Cartier's 
voyages, 2906, 2947, 2948, 2951; Hakluyt's 
"particular discourse on," 1584, 47; Northwest 
coast, second voyage of the Columbia, 1029; 
of British Columbia in 1774, 3130; Portuguese, 
3239, 3246a; Portuguese and Spanish, bibliog- 
raphy, 17; primary history of, 524; studies of 
Henry Vignaud regarding, 86; Spanish, 3130. 
See also Vancouver's voyage. 

Discovery of America, Africa and, 455. 

Disease, among pre-Columbian Indians, 275; of 
the ancient Peruvians, 355. See also Epidemics. 

District of Columbia, 1122-1136; aboriginal oc- 
cupancy of, 223. 

Ditmas family, 2075. 

Divine Providence in American history, 537. 

Divinity school, Yale, 2594. 

Dix, W. R., 1432, 1433. 

Dobbs Ferry, N. Y., 1490. 

Dobson, Richard, 1196. 

Doctoral dissertations, American history, 1921, 16. 

Doctors, Porno Indian, 285. 

Dodd, W.E., 2058. 

Dodge, G. H., 1778. 

Dole, N. H., 2741. 

DoUard, Adam, 2908a. 

Dollier-Galinee expedition, 1669-70, 393, 394. 

Domestic service, negroes in, 2527. 

Dominguez, F. A., 1017. 

Dominican universities, 3260. 

Donehoo, G. P., 196, 1602. 

Donly, H. B., 3085. 

Donovan, J. B., 1215, 1216. 

Doran, T. F., 1242. 

Dorantes, Andres, 429. 

Dorchester co., Md., 2204. 

Dore, Benjamin, 1090. 

Dorland, W. A. N., 1574. 

Dorr family, 2108. 

Dorst, J. A., 1670. 

Doty, Mrs. W. G., 1351. 

Doty family, 2109. 

Doughty, A. G., 552. 

Douglas, David, 1091. 

E. M., 1012. 

G. B., 477. 

James, 1013. 

R., 2871. 

— : — S. A., 1836. 

W. B., 1837. 

Douglas forces in the campaign of 1860, 2391. 



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233 



Dover, N. n., 1415, 1410, 141'J. 

Dow, a. F., .562, 595-597, 1305, 1793. 

Dowd, F. J., 49«. 

Dowoli, K. S., 93. 

Dowling, K. J., 1486. 

Downs, W. S., 1490. 

Drake, Daniel, 1549. 

Sir Francis, 403. 

Drama, American, history of, 2788; Lincoln in, 1941; 

writers of, 2783. 
Dramatic association, an Iowa, 1221. 

Dramatics in early Iowa, 1222. See also Theatrical 
life. 

Draper, Mrs. Amos O. (Hell Merrill Draper), 
798. 

Draper collection of manuscripts, 51. 

Dred Scott decision, 8.39. 

Dred Scott vs. Sandford, 2.365. 

Dreiser, Theodore, 1197. 

Dresden, Me., 1274. 

Dress. See Costume. 

Drewry, P. II., 680, 2608. 

Driftless area, 1037. 

Drumm, S. M., 1014, 1870. 

Drummond, W. II., 3003a. 

Dryer, Mrs. O. D., 251. 

Du Bourg, Bishop L. W., 2587. 

Du Brcuil, A. J., 2778. 

Dubuc, Sir Joseph, 3042, 3119. 

Dubuciue, la., 1221. 

Ducalvet, Pierre, 2985. 

Dudley, Thomas, 601. 

Duels and duellists. Savannah, Ga., 1144. 

Dujarric-Descombes, A., 810. 

Dulanys of Maryland, 1285. 

Duluth, Minn., 1369. 

Dumaine, Alfred, 764. 

Dunbar, L. B., 807. 

Dunmore war, 1551. 

Dunlap, Boutwell, 1092, 1093. 

Dunn, 11. W., 1853. 

J. P., 252, 400, 1207. 

Dupont, Charles, 1264. 

Du Pont, H. A., 861, 2110. 

Du Pont family, 2110. 

Durand, A. B., 2758. 

Durette, E., 962. 

Dutch, colonization in America, 496; immigration 
to Iowa in 1846, 25.38; manuscripts relating to 
New York history, 643; relations with America 
during the Revolution, 794; rule in Brazil, 
18S7-16U, 3212; settlement in Michigan, 1356; 
Ulster county under the, 641. 

Dutch Guiana, 3269-3276. 

Dutch West India company, 638. 

Dutch West Indies, 3217-3223; anthropological 
bibliography of, 14; bibliography, 25. 

Dutton, publishing house of, 2560. 

Dyer, L. K., 3164. 

Dyson, Helen, 1725. 

Dziewanowski, Vincent, 1714. 

Eagle as a national emblem, 532. 

Eakins, Thomas, 2739. 

Earle, Swepson, 1286. 

Earthquake in Quebec in 1663, 2964. 

East India school, 678. 

East Indian immigration into Canada, 2892. 

54381—26 17 



Easter Islands, 3259. 

Eastham, Mass., 220.5. 

Eaton, F. T., 1306. 

Timothy, .3099. 

Eaton CO., Mich., 13.58. 

Eble, F. X. A., 242;j. 

Eby, A. A., 3086. 

Ehy family, .3086. 

Eckenrode, H. J., 862. 

Economic basis of the Populist movement, 1226. 

Economic history, Canada, 2981; of the United 
States, outline of, .509; Peru, 3283. See also iiocUt\ 
and economic history. 

Economic origin of the American revolution, 750. 

Economic policy towanl the Philippines, 3295 

Ecuador, Jibaro Indians of, .337. 

Eddy, Mary Baker, 2645. 

Edes, U. II., 581, 18.38. 

Editors, 2797, 2798, 2806. 2807. 

Edmonds, J. H., 562, 598. 

Edmundson, O. C, 3266. 

Edson, C. L., 1081. 

Education, in colonial Virginia, parish, 696; in New 
France, 2021;in Nova Scotia before 1811, 3025; 
industrial, 2.534; of negroes, 2.534; of the negro in 
Virginia, 25.36; of women, higher, 2604; Oregon 
legislation regarding, 1.563; Quaker, in New 
Jersey, 6.50; religious, see Divinity school, and 
Theological seminary; since the Civil war, 2669. 
See also History, teaching of. 

Education, U. S. Bureau of, 2425. 

Educational biography, 2728-2737; Canadian, 3007, 
3008. 

Educational contact between the United States 
and Spanish America, 2.326. 

Educational history, 2667-2737; biography, 2728- 
27.37; Costa Rica, 3198; Indiana, 1192, 1194, 1211, 
1287; Iowa, 1233; Maryland, colonial perio<l, 
668; Mexico, 3195; particular institutions, 2691- 
2727; Quebec, 3060; regional, 267.5-2690; Spanish 
America, colonial period, 3163; Virginia colony, 
678; Watertown.Wis., 1756. Seenlso Free school. 

Educational institutions, 2691-2727; Canadian, 3053, 
3115; Carolina female college, 1529; connected 
with the Lutheran church, 260-4; early Ohio, 
2678; for women, 2604; Girard college, 1862; in the 
American colonies, 546; Spanish America, 3163, 
3260; Virginia academies of the 18th century, 
1690, 1693. See also Academies, Colleges, 
Schools, and under name of particular institu- 
tion. 

Educational museums, 1207. 

Educator, an early Wisconsin, 1740. 

Edwards, G. C, 1656. 

J.N. ,863. 

Egan, M. F., 2803. 

Egerton, H. E., 747. 

Election returns, Illinois, 1818-1848, 1177. 

Elections, contested, 2057; Indiana, 1206; Iowa con- 
gressional, in 1SS2, 2057; Minnesota congres- 
sional, in 1882, 1360: presidential, of 1860, 2395. 
See also Pre.?idential campaigns. 

Eleutherian institute, 1211. 

Elgin, 111., 1151. 

Eliot, C. W., 2669. 2696. 2S05. 

Elizabethtown, N. J., 1432, 1433, 1443. 

Elk Marsh settlement, 682. 

Elk Run, Va., 687. 



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Elkin, D. C, 2697. 

Ellicott, Joseph, 1838a. 

Elliott, A. M., 2731. 

B. C, 1702. 

T. C, 1022, 1054, 1703. 

EUis, A. H., 2440. 

E. S., 1774. 

Ellison, W. H., 3285. 

EUiston, Robert, 637. 

Ellsworth, E. E., 1839. 

EUwood, C. A., 94. 

Elocutionary books, 2670. 

El Paso, Tex., 1662. 

El Paso line of the Chicago, Rock Island and 
Pacific railway, 2477. 

Elson, H. W., 504, 505. * 

Elston, Bertha, 95. 

Embargo acts of 1807-1808, 2049. 

Emblem, eagle as a national, 532. 

Emerson, E. W., 765. 

G. W., 1307. 

R. W., 2777, 2787, 2801. 

William, 765. 

Emery, J. N., 96. 

Emigrant train, capture by Indians, 1401. 

Emigration, pioneer CaUfornia, 1085; to Minne- 
sota, official encouragement of, 1361; to Oregon, 
early, 1564, 1565; western, 466, 1050, 1052. 

Emmet, T. A., 1775. 

Emmons, G. T., 197. 

Emmott, E. B., 2596. 

Emory, W. H., 1840. 

Emparan, L. V., 1112. 

Emperor of Brazil, 3247a. 

"Emperor of the United States," 1087. 

Empire, Wis., 1753. 

Employment service, U. S., 2426. 

Engelhardt, C. A., in religion Zephyrin, 1095, 1096. 

Engineer corps, in the Union army, 904; in the 
World war, 308th regt., 999; of the Revolution, 
784. 

Engineering in early Indiana, 1212. 

Engineers, Army, road construction in Washington 
state, 1699; early Philadelphia, 1586. 

Engineers, U. S., office of the chief of, 2419. 

England, Bishop John, 2571. 

England, genealogical research in, 2079. See also 
Anglo-American (etc.), British, English, and 
Great Britain. 

English, E. D., 6. 

English, colonization in North America, 496, 544 
550; discovery and exploration, 82; in the first 
Assembly in Quebec, 3071; merchants on the 
Stamp act repeal, 737; novelist's visit in Wis- 
consin, 1744; records relating to American 
families, 2079, 2266. 

English colonial policy and administration in 
America, 538, 540, 549, 550, 558, 760 , 3208. 

English colonies, in Guiana and on the Amazon, 
1604-1668, 3254; in New England, status of, 
in the 17th century, 558; in the West Indies, 
attempt of the imperial government to control 
finances of, 3208. See also English colonial 
policy and administration in America. 

English-French struggle for control in America, 544, 
716. 

English-Spanish relations in America, 1763-1774, 
754. 



English-speaking peoples, political relations among, 
2310. 

Engravers, early, 2753. 

Engstfeld, C. P., 7. 

Eno, J. N., 2065. 

Ensign, S. L., 506. 

"Epervier," U. S. brig, 2296. 

Epidemic at St. Paul's Bay, 1778, 3035. 

Episcopal church. See Protestant Episcopal 
church. 

Erath, G. B., 1657. 

L. A., 1657. 

Ericson, Leif, 447. 

Erie Indians, 295. 

Ernst, H. C, 1841. 

Errickson, S. R., 1435. 

Erskine, John, 1346. 

Escalante, F. S. Velez de, 1017. 

Escapes from Civil war prisons, 865. 

Escofet, Jose, 401. 

Eshleman, H. F., 1575, 1576, 1591. 

Eskimos, Copper, 3137; of Alaska, 1077; use of 
jade by, 197. 

Esopus war, 643. 

Essex CO., Mass., 1308. 

"Essex patriot," newspaper, 1443. 

Estabrook, A. H., 1978. 

Eulenberg, Herbert, 2034. 

Europe, and the Monroe doctrine, 2340; political af- 
fairs of, influence of America upon, 529. See also 
Old world. 

Europeans, influence of the discovery and settle- 
ment of America upon, 529. 

Evans, Beverly, 1842. 

Charles, 2525. 

John, 1843. 

Evans family, 2069. 

Evansville, Ind., 1194. 

Evarts, W. M., 1775. 

Everett, Charles, 1967. 

Eversull, H. K., 1876. 

Everts, T. C, 1015. 

Ewart, J. S., 2872. 

Ewell, B. S., 2698. 

Ewell's attack at Gettysburg, 1863, 910. 

Ewing, G. D., 864. 

Examinations in American history, 513. See also 
College entrance examinations and tests. 

Execution, capital, in Quebec, 1663, 2957. 

Executioner, public, in New France, 2956. 

Exeter, Va., 2206. 

Expansion. See Territorial expansion. 

Explorations, Arctic, 459-463; Canadian North- 
west, 3112; in Canada in the 17th century, 2941; 
in Minnesota in 1823, 1365; in New France 
2908, 2922, 2923, 2941; in Spanish America, 
American geographic, 2326; in western Virginia, 
18th century, 1682; public documents relating 
to, 33. See also Discovery and exploration. 

Explorers, of New Spain, 3166. See also Coureurs 
de bois. 

Exploring expedition. Red River, of 1857, 3093; to 
Astoria in 1810, 1006. 

Express. See Pony express. 

Express rider, the Continental, 768. 

Fagan, J. O., 1309. 
Fahnestock, J. F., 599. 



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235 



Fairfield, N. Y., 1515. 

Fairfield co., Conn., 2207. 

Falck, A. K., 3217. 

Falkland Islands, 3264. 

Falls, Pa., 2001. 

Family histories. See Genealogy. 

Family names, Irish, 2007; of Scotch origin, 2005. 

Farabee, W. C, 231. 

Faris, J. T., 471, 4«I. 

Farlow, J. W., 1841. 

Farm life in the forties, 2528. 

Farming in pioneer North Dakota, 1540. 

Farmingdalc, Me., 1277. 

Farragut, U. O., 2284. 

Farrar, E. II., 1844. 

V. J., 1075, 1704. 

Farrell, T. F., 977. 
Farrington, C. C, 1310. 
Farwell, C. W., 3293. 

J. W., 551. 

L. J., 1715. 

Farwell genealogy, 2179. 

Faulkner, J. A., 2501. 

Fau(iuier co., Va., 730, 1075, 2208, 2209. 

" Favores Celestiales," Kino's, 715. 

Fa.xon, F. W., 1. 

Fay, C. R., 2979. 

Jacques de, 2943. 

Faye, P. L., 285. 

Federal convention of 1787. Sec Constitutional 

convention. 
Federal idea, development of, 2363. 
Federal revenues of Lancaster county. Pa., 1598. 
Federalism, American experiments in, 2364; in 

North America, 2427. 
Federalist party leaders in New England, 2049. 
Fellner, Felix, 2508, 2055. 
Fellows, C. L., 2459. 
Fence-posts, old Cape Cod, 1305. 
Fencing in Montreal, 3047, 
Fenian raid of 1871, 3125, - 
Fenwick, Edward, 2569. 
Ferguson, Duncan, 1932. 

W, P. F., 198. 

Fernandez de Navarrete, Martin, 402. 

Fernandez del Castillo, Francisco, 715. 

Fernandez Guardia, Ricardo, 403. 

Ferries over the Susquehanna, 1004, 

Fewell family, 2082. 

Fewkes, J. W., 199-200, 227, 253. 

Fiction, portraying pioneer life in Iowa, 1231, See 

also Novels. 
Field artillery, at the second battle of the Marne, 

975; in the World war, 975, 980, 983, 997. See 

also Fort Sill. 
Field day, the first Iowa, 1220. 
Field sports in Lancaster co.. Pa., 1568, 
Fielding, Mantle, 2035, 
Filibuster in Minnesota, 18S6, 1373, 1375, 
Filmer family, 2073. 
Filson, John, 472. 
Finances of the English colonies, imperial control 

of, 3208. 
Financial accounts of the American colonies, 3207, 

3208. 



Financial history, 24'J7-2.'i04; Canada, 2891; Massa- 
chusetts Hay colony, 012a; .Missouri, IH10~1877, 
i:j82; Nebraska, 1408; .\ew Jersey pajMjr cur- 
rently, l70;/-l7Hf), 040; Nova .Scotia, 3019; of the 
English colonies in the West Indies, 3207, 3208; 
of the World war, sale of bonds, 994; panic of 
1857, 40<5; Revolutionary period, 727. .See alto 
Banks, Currency, Lotteries, and Money. 

Fine, Oronce, 414. 

Fine arts, biography, 27.'>l-2775; education in the 
United States, 2073a; general, 2738-27.53. See 
alio Art. 

Finn, J. W., 2739. 

Fire, in Boston, lH7si, i:«9; in Montreal, /Wf, 3046; 
in the city of Quebec, lH6f;, 3005. 

Firth, William, 3100a. 

Fischer, A. F., 1.353. 

Fish, J. D., 2220, 2221. 

Stuyvcsant, 1845. 

Fish commission, U. S., 1786c. 

Fisher, Arthur, 1404. 

H. R., 1027. 

Fisher family, 2083. 

Fisheries treaty between Canada and the United 
States, 2899. 

Fishery, Pacific whale, 1036. 

Fishery dispute, Behringsea, 2314; Newfoundland, 
2330. 

Fishing boat, early type of, 1028. 

Fiske, John, 1776. 

Fitchburg, Mass., 2518. 

Fite, E. D., 507, 508. 

Fitzpatrick, J. C, 43a, 766-769. 

Mary, 98. 

Five Forks, battle of, 1865, 903. 

Five Nations, treaty with the colony of Pennsyl- 
vania, ;7f/, 283. 

Flag, American, 533, 535, 536; first Revolutionary , 
769; of Indiana, the Anthony Wayne, 1207; un- 
furled at the battle of Fort Schuyler, 1777, 792. 

Fleming, V. M., 865a. 

W. H., 2433. 

Flemming, H. A., 3019. 

Fletcher, A, C, 1778, 1846, 

Flick, C, L., 3129. 

E. M. E., 2638, 2662. 

Flint, Thomas, 473. 

William, 551. 

Florida, 1137-1139; Franciscan Fathers killed by 
Indians in, in 1597, 714; Franco-Spanish con- 
test for, 705. 

Flotow, E. P., 1016. 

Flournoy, Mrs. W. C, 1672. 

Floyd, J. B., 829, 2373. 

Floyd-Jones, Elbert, 2480. 

Flugel, Felix, 509. 

Folsom, E. I., 1933. 

Folts' mission institute, 1488. 

Food administration in Iowa, 992. 

Foote, H. W., 600. 

Forbes, H. M., 8. 

H. P., 1577. 

Gen. John, 555. 

Ford, Henry, 1847-1848. 

J. L., 1487. 

W. C. 607, 731-732, 738, 1851, 2521. 



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INDEX 



Foreign commerce, of Medford, Mass., 1311; with 
the British West Indies, struggle to regain, 
1815-18S0, 2309. See also Maritime trade, and 
Overseas commerce. 
Foreign language newspaper. See French news- 
paper, and German newspaper. 
Foreign policy, American, in Korea, 1883-1887, 
2315; in regard to Haiti and San Domingo, 2311. 
See also Diplomatic history and foreign re- 
lations. 
Foreign policy of Canada, 2893. 
Foreign powers, American ships captured by, 1793- 

1813, 1308. 
Foreign relations, public documents relating to, 
32. See also Diplomatic history and foreign 
relations. 
Foreign travellers in America, 681, 1744. 
Foreign vessels at Newport, R. I., 1744-^745, 620. 
Forests, rangers of, in New France, 2931. See also 

Coureurs de bois. 
Forsyth, J., 423. 
Fort Benton, Mo., 1400. 
Fort Frederick, Md., 1284. 
Fort Henry, Va., 680. 
Fort Herkimer, N. Y., 627. 
Fort Humphreys, Va., 2282. 
Fort Johnson, N. Y., 1503. 
Fort Loudon, Tenn., and massacre at, 1644. 
Fort Marcy, N. Mex., 1471. 
Fort Miller, N. Y., 2210. 
Fort Moore, Cal., 1108. 

Fort Orange, minutes of the court of, 1657-1660, 643. 
Fort St. Clair, O., 1550. 
Fort St. Louis, 716. 
Fort Sainte Marie II, Ont., 2910. 
Fort Schuyler, N. Y., battle at, 1777, 692. 
Fort Sill, Okla., during the World war, 962. 
Fort Simpson, B.C., 3127a. 
Fort Wayne, Ind., 1207. 
Fort William, Ont., 3093, 3097. 
Fort Wingate, N. Mex., 1467. 
Fortescue, J. W., 2980. 

Forts, Annapohs Royal, N. S., 606; built by Ri- 
bault in Carolina, 1562, 699: coast, in colonial 
Massachusetts and New Hampshire, 2275, 2276; 
Virginia colonial, 680. 
Forty-fifth parallel, 1038, 1042. 
Fosdick, C. P., 1258. 
Foster, A. P., 1645, 1646a. 

F. A., 795b. 

H. D., 827. 

S. C, 1601a. 

■ W. D., 2742. 

Foulke, W. D., 1193. 
Foundry. See Furnace. 
Fowler, Bertha, 1488. 

L. H., 2743. 

Fox, D. R., 523, 1905. 

G. R., 1207. 

George, 541. 

France, and the Huguenot Walloon tercentenary, 
634; King of, letter to governor of Quebec, 1683, 
2925. See a Zso French. 
Francis, Clara, 1244. 

Franciscans, martyrs in Florida, 1597, 714; mission- 
ary in Mexico, 3173; missions in South America, 
3169; priests in New Mexico, martyrdom of, in 
1680, 1469; Sisters of perpetual adoration, 510. 



Franco-Spanish contest for Florida, 705, 
Frank, Glenn, 1799. 

Franklin, Benjamin, 488, 657, 777, 1335, 1772, 1782, 
1849-1859; accounts against Massachusetts, 731; 
German newspaper of, 1751-1752, 539; letters of, 
1782, 733. 

James, 1859. 

Franklin, Mo., 1398. 

Franklin, N. H., 1413. 

Franklin, Tenn., 2211. 

Franklin hbrary, Boston, 2511. 

Fraser, G. C, 1017. 

Fraternity, Alpha Phi, 2668; Phi Sigma Kappa, 

2673. 
Frati, Carlo, 404. 
Fraud, Yazoo, 1140. 
Frechette, Louis, 3006. 
Frederick the Great, influence on the American 

revolution, 787. 
Free school, founded by the Pilgrims, 585; in co- 
lonial Maryland, 668; in the colony of Virginia, 
678. 
Freedmen's aid societies, 2680. 
Freedmen's bureau, 2680. 

Freedom, of speech and the press during the Civil 
war, 853; of the press in Quebec, 3058; religious, 
in provincial Maryland, 670. See also Liberty. 
Freehold, N. J., 1436. 
Freeland, L. S., 285. 
Freeman, L. R., 1018. 

William, 3207. 

Freemasons, Detroit, Mich., 2517a; Fitchburg, 
Mass., 2518; North Carolina grand masters, 
1527; Pennsylvania, 2519, 2523. See also Ma- 
sonic fund society. 
Freemen, Plymouth colony, 1675, 581. 
Fregeau, F. D., 3087. 
French, J. C, 254. 

J. L., 1019. 

French, colonization of Canada, scheme for, 2924; 
discovery and exploration, 82; expansion in the 
Ohio valley, 721; exploration of the Great 
Lakes region, 2922, 2923; exploration in Canada 
in the 17th century, 2941; explorations m the 
Mississippi region, 453; in Santo Domingo, 
3227; in the history of Brazil, 3247; in the Illinois 
country, 717, 718, 1155; intrusions in Georgia 
and South Carolina, 1577-1580, 705; military 
oflacer in New France, 2926, 2942; mission on 
Mt. Desert Island, Me., 1278; newspaper pub- 
lished in Boston, 1792-1793, 2554; officer in Roch- 
ambeau's army, 1631; participation in the 
American revolution, 764, 777; ports in the 
West Indies, Irish ships trading with, 3201; 
refugee in Virginia in 1686, 681; refugees from 
Santo Domingo in Philadelphia, 1792, 810; 
refugees in America, 1815-1830, 814; relations 
with Cayenne, 1763-1764, 3277; sailors in Magel- 
lan's expedition, 384; settlement in the Virgin 
Islands, 3229; settlement of Cayenne, 1653. 
3278; traveller in Virginia, in 1686, 681; voyagers 
in New France, 2908, 2941; work on the Panama 
canal, 3199. See also France, Huguenots, 
and Walloons. 
French academy, first Canadian author decorated 
by, 3006. 



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French and Indian war, 82, 551-555; liraddock's 
(!Xi)cdition, 062; place where the surrender of 
Quebec was signed, 2900. See also Seven years' 
war. 
French army in New France. See Carignan regi- 
ment. 
French Canada, marriage customs, 3049; school 
system, 30G0; sources for the history of, 2S90. 
See also New France, and Quebec. 
French-English struggle for control in .Xmerica, 

544, 7 If), 2933. 
French (luiana, 3277, 3278. 
French regime in North America, 82; in Louisiana, 

sec Loui.siana, French period. 
French-Spanish contest for Florida, 705. 
French West Indies, 3224. 
Fretagcot, N. C, 1198. 
Freund, Ernest, 2416. 

Friends, Society of, 2595-2601; missionary endeavors 
of George Fox in America, 541; Philadelphia 
monthly meeting minutes, 17S8-174S, 652. 
See also Quaker education. 
Friermouth family, 2111. 
Frissell, H. B., 2732. 
Fritz, -Samuel, 3177. 
Froidevaux, Henri, 100. 

Frontenac, Louis de Buade, comte de, 2905, 2926. 
Frontier, in Anglo-American diplomatic history 

during first decade of independence, 2307. 
Frontier life, western, 1009, 1019, 1055. 
Frontier petitions of the American revolution, 740. 
Frost, E. B., 2728. 

J. C, 2075, 2179, 2202. 

Frothingham, P. R., 2648. 

T. G., 867, 963. 

Fry, S. D., 1125. 

Fuel administration, of Wyoming, 991. 

Fuess, CM., 1829. 

Fugitive slave, seized in Boston, 184^, 1327. Sec 

also Underground railroad. 
Fugitive slave law excitement in Boston, 1856, 

1313. See oho Dred Scott decision. 
Fuller, Bridget, 574. 

G. N., 101. 

George, 2739. 

R. G., 2360. 

Samuel, 574. 

Fullerton, J. N., 653. 
Fulton, C. J., 1217. 
— E. J., 1578. 
Fulton CO., Ind., 1188. 
Fulton genealogy, 2112. 

Fur trade, in Canada, 2981, 2983; in IMinnesota in 
1807, 1374, 1378; in the Oregon country, 1056, 
1057; of the far Southwest, 1S23-1S54, 1026, 1027; 
of the upper Missouri river, 1403; on the North- 
west coast, 1028. 
Furnace, the Normandale, Ont., 3095. 
Furniture, designer of, 1990; early Wisconsin, 1738. 
Fusion movement of 1860, 2391. 
Fynn, A. J., 405. 

Gaay Fortman, B. de, 3218. 
Gabriel. R. II., 62. 
Gachot, Edouard, 32.34. 
Gadois, Pierre, 294G. 
Gadsden treaty, 828, 831. 
Gage, Mary, 1727. 



Galbreath, C. B., 1.551, 15.55, 1877. 

Gale, George, 3040. 

Galindo y Villa, Jesfis, 326. 

Galin6e, Ken6 de Brfhant de, 2922, 'H)'Zi. 

Gallaher, I). C, sJJs. 

R. A., 2283. 

Gamble, Thomas, 1144. 

(Jambrill, J. M., 102. 

Gamr-s. See Athletics, and Spfjrts. 

Gamio, Manuel, 3191, 3I9fi. 

Ganunon, W. J., 2222. 

Gano, J. S., jyaijers of, 819. 

Garl)er, P. N., 828. 

Garborg, Ilulda, 2.'')5. 

Garcfa, Aleixo, 428. 

Celso, 406-l()8. 

Garcfa Calderon, Francisco, 3165. 
Garcfa Cubas, Antonio, 327. 
Gardr-ning, early book on, 2452. 
Gardens, hi.storic Virginia, 1677. 
Gardiner, H. F., 3fXS8. 

John, 1860. 

Gardner, Theodore, 1245. 

Garey, E. B., 2278. 

Garibaldi, and the Civil war, 880. 

Garibaldi guard, Union army, 849. 

Garland, Hamlin, 256, 1019, 1825, 2744, 2770, 2802. 

Robert, 1579. 

Garraghan, G. J., 2699. 

J., 1385. 

Garvin, Mrs. John, 3000a. 
Garwood, II. M., 2053. 
Gary, George, 1020. 
Gasp6, Cartier's landing at, 2951. 
Gasp6 district, Que., 3037. 
Gaston, E. P., 683. 
Gathany, J. M., 103. 
Gattefoss6, R. M., 409. 
Gault, A. H., 3014. 
Gautier, L6on, 3231. 
Gavet family, 2113. 
Gavit, Joseph, 2113. 
Geary, R. W., 2994. 
Geer, Walter, 2114. 
Geer genealogy, 2114. 
Geigertown, Pa., 2212. 

Genealogy, Brookline, Ma.ss., 1318; collected, 2069- 
2084; general, 206-1-2068; individual families, 
2085-2197; New Jersey, 37; Pennsylvania, 1571; 
Plymouth, Mass., 1332; regional, 2198-2274. 
Sec also Probate records. 
Genealogical bibliographies and handbooks, 2068. 
Genealogical research, historical societies and, 2064; 

in England, 2079. 
Generalities, 1-182. 
Gencssee county, N. Y., 1480. 
Genessee valley, N. Y., 1477. 
G^nin, A., 313. 

G6nin collection of American antiquities, 354. 
Genoa, N. Y., 2213. 

Geographic explorations in Spanish America, 2326. 
Geographical influences in Pacific Ocean history, 

3285. 
Geographical names. See Names. 
Geography, correlation of history and, 143; in the 
interpretation of history, 68; of the United 
States and several states, 1012; trans-Mississippi 
political, 1025. 



23S 



INDEX 



Goologiciil exptHiition to the West. 1S70, 2851. 

Ge«.ilogiCi\l survey, Alab;una state. 1067; Michigan. 

2S46. 
George III, and the Americj^ revohition, 779. 

Georges. Emile. 31U1. * 

Get^^rgia. 1 140-1 Ui); Atlanta oampmgn in the Civil 
w:\r. 873; biography, 1S42; Civil \v;\r in. 873, 875; 
wlonial history. 700-705; fii-st Baptist church in, 
"25W; French intrusions in, 15T7-15S0, 705: 
Inditvn uprisings in, 1377-15SO, 705. 

Georgia. Dept. of ;u:chives and history. 104. 

Georgia, Slate historian, fomth annual report of. 
lOt. 

Gerliiig. George. 2802. 

German, language press in the canij-ciign of U)20. 

2oVM; newspaper. Fnuiklin's. I751-l75i, 5;W. 
Oerm;uis. iMlonization and emigration to America 
before 1815. 547; immigiation into the colony of 
rennsylv;mia. (>57; immigration into the Middle 
West. 2540: in ^lexico. SUHi; in Pennsylvania. 
1571: in Missouri. 1380: in Wisanisin, 1724. 
I7r«0: settlement in Pennsylvania. 059. 

Germantown. Pa.. 1594. l(U3. 2t>00. 2(528. 

Germany, and the Amerie;m revolution, 787; 
diplomatic relations with J^lexictt, 3190; in- 
fluence on the Americ^m revolution, 2328: 
tr:\nsformation of American sentiment toward, 
2327. 

Gervais, Alphonse. 3041;v 

Gettysburg, battle of. 884. 887. 890. 907-910. 912-914, 
9;v?; North Carolina troo;v? at. 850: South 
Carolina brigiide in. 850; battlefield of, 1788. 

Ghent. British mtuiuscripts regarding the negotia- 
tions at. 2319. 

Gibault, Pierre. 718. 

Giblx>ns rs. Ogden. 2365. 

Giessendanner. John. 698 

Gififoni. E. W.. 285. 

J. T.. 1151. 

W. J., 267(1 

Gilbert. E.}I.. 1861. 

John. 2512. 

Gilchrist. Anne. 2839. 

D. B.. 1970. 1971. 

11. I., 1489. 

Gilkison. A. I. G.. 309a 

Gillespie, H. S.. 1490. 

Gillette. J. M., 270a 

Gilliss, J. M., 813. 

Gihmm. C. P., 1776. 

L. C. 1705. 

Gilmore. G. L.. 1386, 18i)3. 

Qilmour. Allan. 2979. 

Ginvrd. Stephen. 1862. 

Glrard college. 1862. 

Girling. K. P.. 2737. 

Gist, Mordec;\i. 1863. 

Gladstone's views on British colonial policy. 2877. 

Ghiss. Mary. 1267. 

Ghiss. Sjuulwich, 1344. 

Oleas^ni. HiUl, 1311. 

Qleaves, Albert, 1840. 

Glebe-house, Woodbur>-, Conn., 1116. 

Glen fiunily, 2115. 

Glencross, R. M., 2266. 

Glennon, J. J., 2570. 

Glenville, N. Y., 2214. 

"Globe," ship, 2484. 



Glodt, J. T.. 714. 

Glouwster, Mass., 1316, 2215. 

God, the hand of. in American history, 537. 

"God's acre." the term, 1325. 

Godcharles, F. A., 1580. 

Goddard. P. E., 285. 

Godfrey, E. S., 10"21. 

Gods, ancient Mexic:^n, 315a; Aztec, 36S. See also 
Idols. 

Godwin, J. B., t>01. 

Going. A. M.. 3089. 

Gold, fields in South Dakota, 1536; mining in e^rly 
California. lOvX); prehistoric use of, 314, 363. 

Gold family, 2iV>0. 

Gold riu^h, to California. lUX). 1104; to the Klondike, 
3136. 

Golden Age, Pliiuouth plantation and, 590. 

Goldsmith, M. O., 1437. 

Golf in 18th century America. 2525. 

Gomercy, Percy. 3136. 

Gonz;\lez. I.. F.. 3198. 

Gonzalez. Kiin^rdo. Rogelio. 3215. 

Good. J. I.. 628. 

"Good newes from New England." 579. 

Goodman. Dorothy. 22. 

Goodrich. C. F., 2284. 

Goodsell family, 2080. 

Gooiispeed, C. G. B., ISSS. 

T. W., 1791. 1885, 2017. 

Goodwin, E. L., "2631. 

W. A. R., 2631. 

Googins, jM. S.. 582. 

Goorgian. Esther. 1097. 

Gordon, A. C. 1673. 1674. 2815. 

Harry. 12t^. 

Patrick, 651. 

W. W., 1145. 

Gordy, W. F.. 511. 512. 

Gore, 5ir George. 1402. 

Gorgas, W. C. 1864. 

Gorges, Sir Ferdiujuido, 565. 

Gorman. A. P., 1293. 

Gorton, Othniel, tavern of, 1625. 

Goshenhoppen. Pa.. 2206. 

Gosnell. U. F.. 1992. 

Gosseliu. AmMfe. 2927. 

David. 2928. 

Goucher. J. F.. 2647. 

Gough. J. B.. 1776. 

Government, national. 240i^242t>: of the British 
West Indies. 3213: state and loaU. 2430-2441; 
V. S.. departments of. 240i^2411. 2414, 2415, 
2419, 2422-2426, 2428, 242*^. S<^f also National 
capitiil. jmd Politics and government. 

Government archives, ^^(f National archives. 

Governors, colonial. S<-f Colonial governors. 

Governors Island. N. Y., 1514. 

Graham. I. D.. 1871. 

J. n.. 105. 

M. W.. jr.. 943. 

Granby. Conn.. 2203. 

Grand army h;\ll and memorial association of 
Illinois. nX34. 

Grand army of the republic. 920. 

Gn^nd Portage. Minn.. 1362. 1364. 

Grandm:vison. L6onoe de. 2929. 

Grant. G. M.. 1776. 

Robert. 279S. 



INDEX 



239 



Grant, U. S., 1805-18(57; at the battle of Spotsylva- 
nia Courthouse, 844; first day's march, 846. 
Grasse, Arniral de, 777. 
Grasshopper invasion in Iowa in 187;}, 1215. 
Grassick, James, 1533. 
Grattan massacre, 1701. 
Graves, E. M., 202. 
Graveyards, Indian, 2<J00. 
Gray, Edward, 7:H, 1312. 

Mrs. William, 1312. 

Robert, 1049. 

Green, Ernest, 2903, 2994. 

Jacob, 2857. 

Green family, 2073. 
Green Bay, Wis., 1738, 2582, 2034. 
Green Bay-ChicaRO railroad, 2478. 
Greene, A. II., 18G8. 

M. T., 904. 

Nelson, 1491. 

Rufus, 1296. 

S. D., 809. 

Greenough, C. P., 468, 837, 1313. 
Greenwich (N. Y.) savings bank, 1484. 
Greenwood, Grace, 1534. 
Gregg, A. C, 054. 
Gregory, J. G., 1728, 1957. 

Great Britain, American ambassador to, 1913-1918, 
1980-1983; and the American revolution, 749; 
attempt to control the finances of the colonies, 
3208; attitude in regard to the revolt of the Span- 
ish colonies, 3183; colonial policy, Gladstone's 
views on, 2877; diplomatic relations with, in 
regard to the acquisition of California, 2320; 
diplomatic relations with, in regard to the 
Venezuela boundary dispute, 946; first overt 
act of separation from, 773; fishery disputes with, 
2330; impressment of seamen by, 2308; policy 
in the New world, 1885-1899, 2314; recognition 
of the Spanish American republics, 3183; relation 
to the separation of Brazil from Portugal, 3183; 
relations with Guiana, 3266; relations with the 
United States, 18S5-1899, 2314; relations with the 
United States, during the first decade of in- 
pendence, 2307, 2308; relations with the United 
States, from 1787 to the present, 2310; Venezuela 
boundary dispute, 946, 2314. 
Great Britain, Public record office, transcripts in 

the Library of Congress, 43a. 
Great Lakes, disasters on, 2487; discovery and 
exploration, 393, 394; French exploring expedi- 
tion, 1669-1670, 2922, 2923; navigation, 2488; 
shipping on, 3097. 
Great Nine Partners patent, 644. 
Great war. See World war. 
Greatest Americans, the seven, 1780. 
Grice, Warren, 1146. 
Griffin, Cjtus, 1779. 

G. G., 9. 

S. B., 944. 

W. L. J., 1790. 

Grffis, W. E., 629. 
Grimsley, Thornton, 1022. 
Grinnell, G. B., 257, 1113, 2851. 
Griswold, B. J., 1207. 
Grizzell, E. D., 2677. 
Groome, H. C, 1675. 
Groos, G. D., 106. 
Grosvenor, Gilbert, 1126. 



Groton, .\. V., 2261. 

Groulx, L. A., 2997. 

Lionel, 2930. 

Groveland, Mass., 2217. 

Grube, F. W., 3190. 

Gruening, Ernest, 492, 2.341. 

Guadeloupe, Island of, 3223a. 

Guam, bibliography of, 34. 

Guernsey, I. S., 495. 

Guerrilla warfare. Civil war, 9.30. 

Guiana, British, 326.5-3268; Dutch, 3269-3276; Eng- 
lish colonies in, 160/^-1668, 3268; French, 3277, 
3278; relations of Great Britain with, 3266. 

"Guiana," the name, 3207. 

Guichen, Amiral de, 777. 

Guilday, Peter, 2571, 2.572. 

Guitteau, W. B., 514. 

Gustaver, Bror, 203. 

Haas, Albert, 3235. 

Ilackensack, N. J., 1461. 

Ilackett, C. W., 1466, 3166. 

Ilaebler, Konrad, 493. 

Ilafen, L. R., 2482, 2482a. 

Ilagan, II. II., 1775. 

Ilagedorn, Hermann, 2005, 2006, 2012. 

Ilaigh family, 2071. 

Ilaight, G. I., 1023. 

Ilaileybury, first bishop of, 3056. 

Haines, C. G., 2400. 

Haiti, policy of the United States in regard to, 3225. 

Hakluyt, Richard, 47. 

Ilalbert, H. S., 25S, 1068, 1069. 

Haldimand, Sir Frederic, 2972. 

Hale, E. E., 1314, 2648. 

Katherine, .3000a. 

Philip, 1315. 

R. L., 474. 

Half Moon, military camp of the French and 

Indian war at, 551. 
Halifax currency, 3019. 
HaU, A. F., 1098. 

E.n., 1492. 

E. O., 1004. 

H. J., 602. 

L. E., 1869. 

L. J., 1535. 

Hall family, 2077. 

Halleck, R. P., 515. 

Hallett family, 2071. 

Hamilton, Alexander, 488, 811, 1782, 2370; politics 

of, 2384. 

B. G., 3091. 

J. M., 3077, 3091. 

Hamlin, A. D. F., 2745. 

L. B., 819. 

Hammond, C. E., 1438. 

J.H., 1638. 

Samuel, 1870. 

Hampton, Gen. Wade, cattle raid of, 889. 
Hampton normal and agricultural institute, 2732. 
Hampton Roads, battle of, 186S, 919, 929. 
Hancock, J. M., 2701. 

John, 741, 1301; seizure of his sloop, 795. 

Hancock house, Boston, 1301. 
Hand, S. T., 2116. 
Hand family, 2116. 
Haney, J. L., 2779. 



240 



INDEX 



Hanford, C. H., 1706. 

Hanks, L. S., 1729. 

Hanley, S. B., 1161. 

Hanna, E. J., 489. 

Mark, 1773. 

Hannum, W. T., 870. 

Hansen, A. O., 2678. 

Hanstein, Otfrid von, 328. 

Harap, Henry, 151. 

Harbord, J. G., 1871. 

Harcourt, Marguerite d', 259. 

Raoul d', 259, 329. 

Harding, W. G., 1782, 1872-1883. 

Harding family, 2081. 

Hardwick family, 2117. 

Hardy, R. E., 129. 

Hare, J. M., 1439. 

Harkness, E. S., 47. 

Harlow, R. V., 770. 

Harmonist movement in Indiana, 1195. See 
also New Harmony, Ind. 

Harper, C. A., 1162. 

Harper, publishing house of, 2560. 

Harper and brothers, 2548. 

^Harrell, J. E. R., 1565. 

Harriman, F. J. H., "Mrs. J. Borden Harriman," 
959. 

Harrington, G. W., 1246, 1247. 

Harris, B. F., 1884. 

L. T., 2361. 

M. v., 1884. 

Mrs. W. L., 2460. 

N. W., 1885. 

W. R., 260. 

Harrisburg, Pa., capitol at, 1602; Lincoln at, 1941. 

Harrison, Benjamin, 735. 

Fairfax, 681, 684. 

Randolph, 2362. 

W. H., 1621. 

Harrison family, 2118. 

Hart, A. B., 494. 

A. C, 1809. 

F. R., 3201. 

W. O., 871, 1965. 

Hart family, 2119. 

Hartford, Conn., 2022. 

Hartzell, J. C, 2609. 

Harvard college, class of 1898, 2702; early silver 
belonging to, 2705; 18th century items regard- 
ing, 2710; first instructor in Hebrew in, 610; 
in the Colonial period, 546; legacy to, 1683, 
2709; Massachusetts Hall, 2704; religious 
society at, 1719, 2706. 

Harvard University, 2696; dead in the war against 
Germany, 988; Peabody museum of archae- 
ology and ethnology, 2725. 

Harvey, D. C, 3001. 

O. J., 1581. 

Harwich, Mass., 2218. 

Hasbrouck, G. D. B., 630. 

Hasbrouck family, 2071. 

Hasenclever, Adolf, 490, 2931. 

Haskett family, 2079. 

Haskin, F. J., 2417. 

S. E., 2610. 

Hassler, F. R., 813. 

Haswell, A. M., 1.387. 

Hatch, R. W., 151. 



"Hatchet story," inventor of, 2052. 
Hathaway, C. C, 531. 
Hauck, L. P., 2483. 
Haupert, A. P., 1163. 

Havre, France, Museum of natural hisotry, 41. 
Hawaiian historical society, 2127. 
Hawaiian Islands, 3286-3291; bibliography, 
crown lands of, 3290; early relations with 



34; 
the 



Pacific Northwest, ]034; Northwest trader 

at, 1034. 
Hawes, C. B., 1316, 2484. 

G. P., 872. 

Hawikuh, N. Mex., 206. 

Hawker Reformed church, Beaver Creek, O., 1548. 

Hawkins, E. E., 5. 

Hawthorne, Hildegarde, 603. 

Nathaniel, 2777, 2787, 2803, 2804. 

R. L., 2803. 

Hay, C. L., 330. 

■ • G. D., 619. 

T. R., 873-875. 

Hayes, J. C, 1121. 

R. B., 1886; correspondence of, 833. 

Hayes' administration, 833. 
Hayley, J. W., 1414. 
Haynes, E. R., 2527. 

G. H., 2418. 

John, 599. 

Hayward, Victoria, 2900 

W. B., 3206. 

W. J., 1583. 

Haywood, M. D., 1527. 

Hazard's register of Pennsylvania, 1576. 

Health. See Epidemic, Public health service, and 

Tuberculosis prevention. 
Healy, W. J., 3118. 
Heap, J. P., 1128. 
Heartman, C. F., 10. 
Heathcote manor of Scarsdale, N. Y., 645. 
Heawood, Edward, 410. 
Hebert, Louis, 3035. 
"Hector," the ship, 3024. 
Hemmeter, J. C, 2059. 
Hempstead, N. Y., 2219-2221. 
Henderson, Archibald, 475, 1919, 2036, 2827. 

L. D., 1072. 

Henderson family, 2076. 
Hendrick, B. J., 2537. 

C. T., 2120. 

Hendrick genealogy, 2120. 

Henry, Alexander, 1005. 

"Henry, O." See Porter, W. S. 

Henry, Patrick, 1782. 

Hepburn, A. B., 1887. 

Herkimer, Fort, N. Y., 627. 

Herkimer, N. Y., 1488. 

Herkimer co., N. Y., 627, 1479, 1488, 1491, 1493, 1494, 

1503, 1511, 1515, 1518, 1519. 
Herkimer county historical society, 1493, 1494, 2461, 

2470. 
Herklotz,H.R.,1388. 
Hernandez, Francisco, 3159. 
Herndon, D. T., 1079, 1080. 
Herrick, C. A., 1862. 

F. H., 532. 

Herriot, W., 204. 

Herron, Sister Mary Eulalia, 2573. 

Hertz, Amelia, 331. 



INDEX 



241 



Hcskcth, John, 201. 

Hess, Kdith, 124S. 

Ilcssian ofFicor who settled in Canada, 20K4. 

Ilcth, Gen. Henry, papers of, 870. 

Heasser, A.H.,2f,2. 

Ilewett, K. L., 20.'), 2f).S, 332, 2033. 

Hlbernia iron furnace, 1458. 

Hickok, J. E.,f)()3,f)0«. 

Hicks, F. c, nm. 

J. D. ,2430a. 

Hidatsa music, 2,'jO. 

Uigbec, W. ¥., 1584. 

Iliggins, K. L., 1025. 

Iligginson, F. J., 771. 

High schools, California history text-books in use 
in, 148; history teaching in, 1)5, 135, 14(1; in New- 
England before 18'".5, 2()77; New York state sys- 
tem, 2070; Oregon legi.slation regarding, 2f;7'.t; 
social studies in, 150, 151. 

Higham, C. S. S., 3207, 3208. 

Highland regiments in the French and Indian war, 
555. 

Highland Scottish clans, 2065; in Quebec, 3059. 

Highways, Chicago's,.1179. See nJso Roads. 

Hill, C. E., 2121. 

D. B., 1472. 

E. C, 494a. 

Ebenezer, 2121. 

F. T., 2036a. 

n. C, 151, 1164, 2462. 

H. W., 1495, 1496, 2792. 

J. B., 2121. 

J. J., 1026, 1027, 1773. 

N. L., 1727. 

O. P., 2697. 

Hill genealogy, 2121. 

Hillman, C. T., 2013. 

Himeli, B. H., 1635. 

Himes, G. 11., 1562. 

Hind, TI. R., 3093. 

Hine mound and village site, O., 225. 

Hinko, W. J., 2216. 

Hirshlicld, David, 58, 137. 

Hirst, M. E., 2598. 

Hispanic America. See Spanish America. 

Hispanic American relations with the United 
States, 3149. 

Historian's raw materials, the American, 108. 

Historic houses. See Houses, historic. 

Historic sites, Canadian, 2910; Province of Quebec, 
3038, 3066. 

Historical association, Alaska, 1073; Canadian, 2876. 
See also American historical association, and 
Historical societies. 

Historical commission of the Territory of Hawaii 



3288. 



66, 



Historical conference, Anglo-American, 1923, 
121. 

Historical congress, international, at Brussels, 1923, 
100. 122. 

Historical convention, Minnesota state, 1923, 1377. 

Historical museums, as an educative force, 173; 
museum of the State normal school at La Crosse, 
Wis., 1748. 

Historical research, Carnegie institution depart- 
ment of, 78; in agricultural history, 116; in 
Michigan, 101; in southern history, 125; Missis- 
sippi Valley history, 77; possibilities for, in 
New Orleans, 119; state aid to and control of, 
79; University centre for. 111. 



Historical sense in elementary pupils, 81. 
Historical service during the World war, 128. 
Historical societies, ei-CO, 84, 85, 88, 113, 115, 130-132, 
154, 157, 1115, 15H5a, 3110; and genealogical re- 
search, 206-1; Conference of, 113; in Indiana, 
1207. See also Historical associations, and 
under name of i)articular society. 
Historiograi)hy, methodology, study and teaching, 

58-182. 
History, aids in teaching, 96; as a social study, 175; 
college course in, 107; college entrance require- 
ment in, 83; conference on college course in, 62; 
correlation of geography and, 143; course of 
study in, 144, 145, 151 (see also Curriculum;; 
efforts of racial groups to rewrite, 169; fact basis 
of a course in, 144, 151; geography in the 
interpretation of, 68; helping the cause of, HiO; 
in the school curriculum, 112, 121; in the state 
normal schools, 90; "new interpretation" of, 58, 
105, 746; outline course in, for college clas.ses, 140; 
present agitation in regard to the teaching of, 
177; project method of te;iching, 127; "sneer 
method" in teaching of, 174; study and teaching 
of, in the schools, 58, 59, 67, 69, 80, 90, 94-98, 102, 
103, 112, 123, 127, 129, 135, 140, 146, 159, 161-165, 
168, 171, 172, 174-177; study in America following 
the Civil war, 180; teaching in Canada, 2886; 
test movement in, 117; versus national legend, 
177; what Francis Parkman has done for, 178; 
work in Indiana, 1207. See also Text-books, 
outlines, etc. 

History conference, Indiana state, 1207; inter- 
national, see International historical conference, 
and International historical congress. 

History museums, as educative forces, 173; Arkan- 
sas state museum, 1080; Museum at Kingston, 
Ont., 3089. 

History teachers, aids for, 75, 143. 

Hite, C. B., 877. 

Hobbs, B.C., 1192. 

Hochelaga, Cartier's route to, 2906. 

Hocquart, Gilles, Intendant, 2932. 

Hodge, F. W., 206. 

Hodgkins, Samuel, 2122. 

Hodgkins family, 2122. 

Hodgson, William, 733. 

Hogendorp, Dirk van, 3255. 

Hohlfeld, Johannes, 493. 

Holand, H. R., 207. 

Holden, D. H., 1888. 

Holland, Samuel, 552. 

Holland. See Netherlands. 

Holliday, Carl, 945, 2052. 

HoUiday family, 2072. 

Hollingsworth, J. M., 1099. 

Holman, F. V., 1054. 

Holmes, D. M., 1534, 1536. 

F. R., 411, 1440, 2234. 

G. F., 2736. 

Q. K., 2450. 

O. W., 1776. 2805. 

W. H., 1972. 



Holmquist, A. C, 208. 
Holt, Henry, 2806. 

W. S., 2419. 

Holton, Kans., 1249. 

Holweck, F. G., 2574-2576. 

" Home, sweet home," the song, 1499. 



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Homeopathy in the World war, 961. 

Homer, Louise, 1778. 

— Winslow, 2759. 

Honduras, archaeological explorations in, 370. 

Honeyman, A. V., 729, 1441, 1442. 

Honolulu, early paintings of, 3289. 

Honolulu Harbor, first discovery of, 3287. 

Hooes, R. G., 1966. 

Hooper, S. H., 1497. 

W. F., 1760. 

Hopi Indians, 253. 

Hopkins, A. J., 1889. 

J. C, 2867. 

Johns, 668, 978. 

Hoppin, C. A., 2190,2196. 

Horn, Ernest, 151. 

Hornbaker, E. P., 1165. 

Home, C.F., 985. 

Horner, A. B., 1917. 

W. E., 2853. 

Horrocks, J. W., 583. 

Horses, famous, 530. 

Hort, William, 2259. 

Horticulture. See Gardens. 

Horton, L. H., 2076. 

Hoskins, H. L., 107. 

Hosmer, H. G., 1778. 

Hospital, Red Cross, in the World war, 995. 

Hostetter, A. K., 1585. 

Hostos, Adolfo de, 333, 334. 

Hough, Walter, 209, 1846. 

Houghton Mifflin company, 2550, 2560. 

House, A. v., 604. 

R. B., 2439. 

"House divided" speech, Lincoln's, 1930. 

House furnishings, 18th century, 1507; in Salem, 
Mass., in 1685, 596. 

Houses, early New England type of, 604; Indian, 

285; pioneer Wisconsin, 1733. 
Houses, historic, Boston, Mass., 1301; Connecticut, 
1116, 1117, 1119, 2750; Elizabethtown, N. J., 
1432, 1433; Maryland, 1288, 1289; Massachusetts, 
595; New Jersey, 1437, 1449, 1450; New York 
state, 1473, 1477, 1483, 1490, 1492, 1499; North 
Carolina, 1528; Philadelphia, 1593a; Province 
of Quebec, 3031; Virginia, 1668, 1672, 1680, 1681, 
1689; Washington, D. C, 1129. 
Houston, M. E., 2123. 

• Gen. Sam, 1617. 

— W. C, 631. 

Houston family, 2123. 

Hovenweep national monument, 201. 

Howard, C. A., 1563. 

McHenry, 1287, 1288. 

Howay, F. W., 412, 1028, 1029, 3130. 
Howe, J. W., 1776, 1778. 

Joseph, 3021. 

M. A. D., 988. 

O. T., 772, 1100. 

P. S., 584. 

S. G., 1776. 

Howell, E. B., 2010a. 
Howry, C. B., 879. 
Hubbard, T. H., 1890. 
Hudson, M. O., 1389. 
W. H., 495. 



Hudson Bay railway, 3117. 

Hudson River school of painting, 2747. 

Hudson's Bay company, 1013, 1704, 3087, 3113, 3114; 
attitude toward James Dickson's expedition 
to the Red River settlement, 1836, 3123; in the 
far Northwest, 3131; in the Oregon country, 
1056, 1057; post on the Pacific coast, 3127a; 
regime in the Columbia river region, 1036; 
southern boundary of the possessions of, 1042 

Hudson's voyage of 1609, 386. 

Hughes, C. E. 1907, 2342-2345. 

E.H., 2652. 

J. L., 1776. 

R. M., 12, 829, 2420. 

Hughes family, 2076. 

Huguenot society of South Carolina, 1633. 

Huguenot-Walloon New Netherland commission, 
632, 

Hugenot-Walloon New Netherland tercentenary, 
632. 

Huguenots, churches in South Carolina, 1633; 
parish of St. Peter, Purysburg, S. C, 1635; 
refugee in Virginia in 1686, 681; in South Caro- 
lina, 1635; of South Carolina, wills of, 173^- 
1736, 2260; of Virginia, 1696. See also Walloons. 

Hulbert, A. B., 516. 

Hull, Janet, 1730. 

William, 1353b. 

Hullu, J. de, 3219-3221. 

Human sacrifice, 369. 

Humane society, Washington, D. C, 1128. 

Humboldt co., Cal., 1111. 

Humorists, 2787, 2796. 

Hunsicker, C. S., 1585a. 

Hunt, R. D., 1101,2320. 

W.M., 2760-2763. 

W. P., 1006. 

Hunter, James, 1891. 

Hunting territories, Mistassini, 3072, 

Huntington, Daniel, 806. 

Jedediah, 736. 

Joshua, 736. 

Huntington papers, 736. 

Hunton, John, 1761. 

Huntoon, Bernsby, 1166. 

Hurd, Alomina, 254. 

Hurley, G. O., 1218. 

Hurmann, Lewis, 2298. 

Huron Indians, 21, 248, 2902; village in New 
France, 2910. 

Hurst, John, 1030. 

Hutchinson, E. T., 1443. 

Hutchinson-Oliver letters, 731. 

Hutt, F. W., 1317. 

Hutton, J. E., 2616. 

Hyde, A. B., 880. 

Hynson family, 2078. 

Iberville, Pierre Le Moyne d', 2962. 

Icaza, F. A. de, 3167. 

Icelandic symbols in ancient America, 214. 

Iconoclasm in American history, 2368. 

Idaho, 1150. 

Idols, prehistoric, 334. See also Gods. 

Iglehart, J. E., 1198a, 1935. 

He Percee, 3036, 3037 



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243 



Ilion, N. Y., 1511. 

Illinois, 1151-1187; biography, 183G, 1884, 1888, 1889, 
1916, 1955, 1984, 2Wi2, 2003; Cahokia niounds, 
183; Civil war Kovernor of, 20«2, 2W53; C^ongre- 
gregationaiism in Springfield, 2592; olTorts o 
Franklin to obtain a land grant in, 1852; elec- 
tion returns, 1818-IH4H, 1177; journey to, in 
1816, 481; Macon county marriages, 1861-1921, 
2225; Moravian settlement in, 2015; national 
guard in the World war, 996; Protestant Epis- 
copal church at Mount Carmel, 26.32; Putnam 
county marriages, I8SI-I844, 2246; state capitol 
grounds, 1176; World war time organization of, 
990. 

Illinois, University of, 2737; war publications and 
reports of, 989. 

Illinois country, French explorations in, 453; Mar- 
quette's explorations in, 392, 413; pioneer priest 
in, 718 See also Northwest, Old, and Northwest 
Territory. 

Illinois historical collections series, 142. 

"Illinois in the World war", v. V-VI, 989a, 990. 

Illinois Indians, 707; annihilation of, at Fort St. 
Louis, 716. 

Imboden, J. D., 881. 

Impeachment trial of Samuel Chase, 2397. 

Implements Indian. See Hows and arrows. 

Impressment of seamen, 2308. 

Incas, 338, 375; communism, 3141; social organiza- 
tion, 328. 

Indexes (cumulative) to serial publications, 36, 37. 

Indian affairs in Nueva Qalicia and Nueva Viscaya, 
1562-1597, 1466; 

Indian agency in Oklahoma, 1558b. 

Indian battle, at Fort St. Clair, O., 1792, 1550; in 
Wisconsin, 1832, 1734; of the Arikaree, 1868, 
1030; of the Little Big Horn, 1876, 1021, 1031. 

Indian captive (Mary Storer), 567. 

Indian chiefs, 235, 239, 244, 267, 291, 1005, 1317, 
1662a. 

Indian college in Virginia, 2631. 

Indian days in the Canadian Rockies, 3111. 

Indian deed, 644. 

Indian land cessions in Alabama, 1068. 

Indian massacre, at Andrustown, N. Y., 1778, 
752; at Fort Loudon, Tenn., 1760, 1644; at Lake 
Shetek, Minn., 1862, 254; in Minnesota in 1862, 
1375a, 1044; in Wyoming, 1761; of Spanish ex- 
pedition to the Missouri river region, 1720, 719. 

Indian mounds, 183, 191, 218, 224, 225, 227a, 228, 285. 

Indian policy of the republic of Texas, 1659. 

Indian relics. See Antiquities. 

Indian stories for children, 29. 

Indian treaties, affecting Alabama, 1069; of the 
Northwest Territory, 1008; Pontiac's, 1765, 1048. 

Indian wars, battle of the Little Big Horn, 1S76, 
1021; campaign in Oklahoma, 1868-1869, 1558b; 
colonial period, 82; in Massachusetts, 1722- 
. 1723, 607; in New York state (Esopus war), 
643; in Wyoming in 1865, 1762; Modoc war, 
1035a. 

Indiana, 1188-1212; archeology in, 186, 193; biog- 
raphy, 1843, 1902, 1954, 1978, 1979, 1995, 2030; 
cavalry in service in Kansas in 1865, 1243; edu- 
cational history of, 2686; first Catholic church 
in, 2588; Friends in, 2599; Harmonist movement 
in, 2443; Indian relics in, 213; influence of the 
Ohio river on the development of, 1191; La 



Porte public library, 2515; legislation in, 1901- 
1921, 2431; Lincoln family in, 1920; Lincoln's 
boyhood days in, 1207; I.,incoln's life in, 1935; 
Methodism in, 2611; paleolithic iige in, 184; 
personal politics in, ISI6-IH4O, 'ZiHl. 
Inrliana federation of clubs, 1207. 
"Indiana world war rc'Cor<ls," v. Ill, 983. 
Indianapolis, Ind., 1190; State school for the blind, 

1204. 
Indians, 234-376; agriculture of, in Wi.sconsin, 1739; 
art of. 233, 2.34; at the time of discovery, 405; bib- 
liography, 22; in Bolivia, 3240; in Brazil, 3245, 
3251, 32.52; in Canada, 2902; in central New York, 
1763-1800, 1516; in French Louisiana, 707, 708; 
in literature, 303; in New France, trade with, 
2919; in Paraguay, 3279; in the District of 
Columbia, 1135; in the state of Washington, 
1701; in Wisconsin, 1757; in Wyoming, 1759, 
176.5,1768; in Wyoming, expedition against, 
1865, 1762; influence of the settlement of Am- 
erica upon, .529; invasions of Virginia during 
the French and Indian war, .553; investigations 
of the Smithsonian institution among, 227; 
Miissachusetts' war against, 1722-1723, 607; 
mission in the Illinois country, 717; Moravian 
missions to, 2616, 2617; of New York city and 
vicinity, 625; of the Mississippi Valley region, 
477; origin of, 271a; passing of, 942; relations 
with, during the American revolution, 740; 
uprisings in Georgia and South Carolina, 1577- 
1580, 705; village sites in Ohio, 225; visit of 
Illinois Indians to France in 1725, 707, 713. 

Indies, Casa de la contratacion of, 3172, 3174; 
income received by Spain from, in 1.594, 3158; 
laws of, 3157. See also New Spain. 

Indonesia, relation to the ancient middle American 
calendar, 371. 

Industrial America in the World war, 960. 

Industrial armies, 2.508, 2.509. 

Industrial arts in New Spain, 3174. 

Industrial conditions in Kansas, early, 2.506. 

Industrial education of negroes, 2534. 

Industrial enterprises of American citizens in 
Spanish .Vmerica, 2326. 

Industrial welfare, pioneer in, 1986. 

Industries, Indian, basket, 245; prehistoric Indian, 
see Workshops, prehistoric. 

Industry, corn growing, 2451; iron, in New Jersey, 
1447; meat packing, 1164; shipping, in early 
Massachusetts, 1337. See also Commerce and 
industry. 

Infantry, 320th division, in the World war, 1000; 
339th regiment, in the World war, 1002; 
Twenty-fourth U. S., 2294. 

Ingersoll, Robert, 1776. 

Ingham co., Mich., 1345. 

Ingham county (Mich.) pioneer and historical 
society, 1345. 

Inglesi, Angelo, 2575. 

Inglis, Gordon, 3113. 

Ingraham, C. A., 633, 2670. 

D.N., 1892. 

Inman, S. G., 2321. 

Inness, George, 2747. 

Innis, H. A., 2874. 

Inscriptions. See Kensington rune stone. 

Institut du Pr6cieux-Sang, 3032. 

Institutions founded by the Pilgrims, 585. 



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INDEX 



Intellectual history of Latin America, 3165. See 
also Literary history. 

Internal improvements in early Indiana, 1212. 

Internal revenue, U. S. Bureau of, 2423. 

International congress of historical studies, at Brus- 
sels, 19-23, 100, 122. See also Anglo-American 
historical conference. 

International law. See Sea policy. 

International policy of the Unired States, 2304, 2305. 
See also Open door doctrine. 

Interstate commerce commission, 2410. 

Inter-state migration, 1050. 

Intervention, 2326. 

Intervention of the typewriter, 2461, 2470; of the 
Yale lock. 2459. 

Inventor, of the solar compass, 1803; of the Yale 
lock, 2459; reminiscenses of an, 1997. 

Inventories of estates. New York, 1507. 

Inzer, J. W., 882. 

Iowa, 1213-1238; biography, 1899, 2057; Dutch im- 
migration to, 2538; explorations of Marquette 
and Joliet in region of, 419; Food administration 
in, 992; government of special charter cities in, 
2435; infantry in the Civil war, 895, 935; journey 
to, in 1857, 483; legislation of 1923, 2432; lieuten- 
ant-governorship of, 2433; political conventions 
and platforms, 2434; sale of war bonds in, during 
the World war, 994. 

"Iowa," battleship, 2283. 

Iowa, State university of, 2715. 

"Iowa chronicle of the World war," 992, 994. 

lowans, early, 1229. 

Ipswich river, Mass., 1342. 

Ireland, John, Archbishop of St. Paul, 2020. 

Irish, family names, 2067: in colonial North Caro- 
lina, 697; in the World war, 964; ships trading 
with the West Indies, 1708, 3201; soldiers in 
the Revolution, 802. See also Fenian raid, and 
Scotch Irish. 

Iron division in the World war, 998. 

Iron furnace at Hibernia, N. J., 1458. 

Iron industry in New Jersey, 1447. 

Iroquois Indians, 301; book of rites, 255. See also 
Five Nations. 

Irvine, Alexander, 979. 

Isle Jesus, Que., 2944. 

Isle Royale, Mich., 198. 

Isle St. Joseph. See Christian Island. 

Ives, Chauncey, 993. 

Ivey, T. N., 2649. 

Jackling, D. C, 1893. 

Jackson, Andrew, 488, 1782, 1894-1896, 1894, 1895; 
political influence of, 2384; visit to New Eng- 
land, 1833, 826. 

Cordeha, 1129. 

E. B., 1676. 

Joseph, 542, 1586. 

L. P., 2680. 

W. n., 1167. 

Jackson campaign of 1824, 2382a. 

Jackson county (Kans.), court house, 1249. 

Jackson party, 2381. 

Jacob, C. F., 2816. 

Jacobs, H. E., 2603, 2606. 

Jacobus, D. L., 563, 2066, 2235. 

Jade, Indian and Eskimo use of, 197. 

Jamaica, Moravian missions in, 2616. 



James, A. A. S., 2661. 

A. P., 883, 1587. 

H. G., 3145. 

Henry, 946. 

J. A., 517. 

Jesse, 1773. 

M. A., 1731, 1732. 

Marquis, 966. 

James river, Va., cros.sing of, 186/f, 870. 

James river garden club, Richmond, 1677. 

Jameson, J. F., 9, 78, 108-111, 543, 725, 812, 1466, 
3166. 

Japanese, agitation against, 2312. 

Jarvis, William, 3094. 

Jasper, John, 2650. 

Jasper co.. Mo., 1394. 

Jay's treaty, 2307. 

Jayhawkers in Missouri, 1388. 

Jeancon, J. A., 210, 211. 

Jefferson, Thomas, 488, 1772, 1779, 1782; correspond- 
ence with Volney, 808. 

Jefferson co., Ind., 193. 

Jefferson co., Ky., 2222. 

Jefferson medical college and hospital, 995. 

Jefferys, C. P. B., 655. 

Jemez (N. Mex.) archaeological expedition, 187. 

Jencks family, 2124. 

Jenison, M. E., 989a, 990. 

Jenkins, C. F., 3209, 3210. 

John, 1897. 

P. B., 1733. 

Jenks, W. L., 1353a, 1353b. 

Jenness, Diamond, 265. 

Jennings, Alice, 2077. 

Jennings family, 2077, 2080, 2125, 

Jerkins, A. T., 1527. 

Jesuit Huron relation of 1648-1649, 21. 

Jesuits, in St. Louis, 2570; in South America, 3177; 
in the province of Paraguay, 3170; missions, 
2567; missions and missionaries in New France, 
2910, 2936. 

Jeudwine, J. W., 544, 

Jewelry, pre-Columbian, 363. 

Jewett, J. A., 2136. 

Jews in America, 2537; of Rochester, N. Y., 2543, 

Jibaro Indians, 337. 

Jillson, W. R., 1259. 

Jimenez, Jesus, 3198. 

Jipson, N. W., 266. 

Joel, Bertha, 22. 

Johnson, A. L., 1444. 

Alfred, 1838. 

C. B., 1169. 

D. D. (Mrs. C. T. Johnson), 2611. 

Guy, 1503. 

H.B., 1498. 

J. G., 700-702. 

M. C, 2643. 

M. E., 37. 

Merle, 496. 

R. U., 2781, 2807. 

Thomas, 1898. 

W. F., 335, 1446, 1879. 

Wilham, 1445. 

Sir WiUiam, 633, 1503. 

Johnston, Christopher, 2078. 

Florence, 1762. 

I. L., 884. 



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Johnston, T. A., 1975. 

T. T., 1817. 

W. J., 1170. 

Johnstone, Edward, 1899. 

Jolict, Louis, 385, 419; discovery of the Mississlp[)i 

river, 448. 
Jolictte, Biirth61emy, 3058a. 
Jones, CD., 1447-1449. 

E. A., 1792. 

E.S.. 1114. 

Elias, 2128. 

Howard, 1552. 

N. L., 1984. 

P. M., 285. 

P. R., 885. 

P. W. L., 114. 

K. M., 2596, 2598. 

T. C, 1102. 

T. F., 1318. 

Jones family, 207. 

Jordan, D. S., 1784a, l7HC>c, 1900, 2733. 

J. W., 1588, 1589. 

Jouott, Jack, 1901. 

Journalism, history of, 2780: in Medford, Mass., 

1321; in Missouri, 1397: of northwest Iowa, 1213. 

See also Newspapers. 
Jouy, Brillon de, 1854a. 
Judd, r. II., 151. 

N. M., 227. 

Judd family, 2120, 2127. 

Judge, French Canadian, 3003: of the province of 

Manitoba, 3119. 
Judicial administration in the colonies, 5-19. 
Judicial control over legislation, 2361. 
Judiciary, federal, 2406. See also Courts, and 

Supreme court. 
Judiciary act of 1789, 2406. 
Juet, Robert, 386. 
Julian, G. W., 1193. 
Justice, administration of, in .the colonies, 549; 

court of, in New France, 2944. 
Justices of the Supreme court of Wisconsin, 1729. 
Juvenile biography of Roosevelt, 2011. 
Juvenile history, American history stories, 491: 

discovery and exploration, 406-408; Indian and 

pioneer stories, 29; stories of great men, 1777; 

stories of the Pacific Northwest, 1007; story of 

our country, 505; text-books, 524, 527; Virginia, 

1691. 

Kalaw, M. M., 3294. 

Kamehameha I, 3291. 

Kaministiquia river, Ont., 3087, 3093. 

Kansas, 1239, 1254: biography, 1868, 1871: guerrilla 
warfare in, during the Civil war, 930; state 
regulation of woman and child labor in, 2506. 

Kansas border warfare, 1S58-1863, 138S. 

Kansas City, Kans., 1240. 

Kansas department of the American legion, 968. 

Kansas state historical society, newspapers in, 13; 
23d biennial report, 115. 

Kansas struggle, 840. 

Karsten, Rafael, 337. 

Kassel, Charles, 1798a, 1985a, 2052a. 

Kauffman, Cyrus, 1499. 

Elizabeth, 1499. 

R. W., 1590. 

Kearny, Lawrence, 1903. 



Keating, \V. H., ia'J7. 

Keaync, Robert, 613. 

Keeler, L. E., 1886. 

Keen, I). E., 1171. 

— — E. J., 26.32. 

Kecne family, 2128. 

Kooner family, 2129. 

Keith, A. L., 2117. 

James, 1904. 

K. I., 1904. 

Sir William, 6.51. 

Kellen, W. V., 1794. 

Keller, A. G., 24.54. 

Helen, 1778. 

Kellogg, L. P., 391, 1734. 

Mark, 1031. 

Kelly, C. T., 2509. 

Kelly's industrial army, 2.509. 

Kelsey, R. W., 116. 

Kemp. W. T., 2401. 

Kemper, C. E., 553, 685, 686, 1591, 1678, 1679. 
G. W. 11., 1201. 

Kompton, C. 11., 1289. 

Kendall, Augustine, 991. 

C. N., 526. 

J. S., 1895. 

Kennebunk, Me., 1274a. 
Kennedy, A. L., 1003. 

Mrs. S. D., 168. 

R. M., 6. 

W. P. M., 2875. 

Kenney, J. F., 2876. 
Kennon family of Virginia, 1695. 
Kenrick, Bishop F. P., 2584. 
Kensington rune stone, 207, 441. 
Kent, H. W., 1116. 

James, 1905-1910. 

Kentucky, 1255-1262; history text-book in use in, 
165; Jefferson county marriage records, 1800- 
1S26, 2222; Morgan's last raid into, 864; neu- 
trality in 1861, 924. 
Kentucky, University of, 2703. 
Kepner, F. L., 117. 
Keppel, S. M., 2269. 
Kerallain, Ren6 de, 2934. 
Kerr, W. M., 2298. 
"Kcshkauko," Indian chief, 291. 
Kesler, C. K., 3222. 

Keystone division in the World war, 998. 
Keystone view company, 518. 
Kidd, W. J., 14.50. 
Killits, J. M., 1553. 
Kimball, Fiske, 2749. 

M. B., 1467. 

Kimber, S. A., 2130. 
Kimber family, 2130. 
Kimmel, W. C, 118. 
Kimpcn, Emil, 497. 
Kindred, C. F., 1360. 
King, Charles, 1009. 

F.D., 1911. 

F. R., 267. 

Grace, 1912. 

T. W., 2286. 

W. L. M., 3002. 

King George III and the American revolution, 779. 
King William co., Va., 2223. 
"King's girls," 2912. 



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King's Mountain, N. C, battle of, 1780, 793. 

Kingston, C. S., 1032. 

Kingston, Ont., 3089, 

Kinley, David, 2326. 

Kino, E. F., 715. 

Kiper, Roscoe, 1207. 

Kirby, William, 3005. 

Kirkpatrick, J. E., 546. 

Kirkwood, S. J., 1232. 

Kitchen gardening, earliest American book on, 2452. 

Kitchens, early New England, 1051. 

Kleiweg de Zwaan, J. P., 14. 

Klickitat co.. Wash., 1701. 

Klingberg, F. J., 1896. 

Klinge, Norma, 15. 

Klingelsmith, M. C, 1961. 

Klondike, gold rush to, 3136. 

Kloos, G. I., 2322. 

Knaplund, Paul, 2877. 

Knaufl, T. C, 2520. 

Knight, L. L., 104. 
W. H., 476. 

" Knights of the Horseshoe," 689. 

Knosp, Gaston, 268. 

Knot record, Peruvian, 345. 

Knowles, Joshua, 2131. 

Knox, P. C, 1913. 

Koch, Julie, 119. 

Koch-Grunberg, Theodor, 3245. 

Koebel, W. H., 3236. 

Kohlmier, A. L., 830. 

Kohlsaat, H. H., 947, 1867. 

Kohne, C. J., 413. 

Koopman, H. L., 1854. 

Korea, early American policy in, 2315. 

Kornerup, Ebbe, 338. 

Konscak, Ferdinand, 1103. 

Kovar, D. R., 1592. 

Kreichgauer, Damian, 339. 

Krickeberg, Walter, 340. 

Kriebel, H. W., 1593. 

Reuben, 1571. 

Kriegh, M. W., 967. 
Krmpotic, M. D., 1103. 
Kroeber, A. L., 269, 270, 285. 
Krone, C. A., 1914. 
Krout, J. A., 523, 1500. 
Krug, Ferdinand von, 585. 
Krum, G. B., 120. 
Kruse, Hans, 3190. 
Kuhn, B. M., 1405. 
Kuykendall, R. S., 1034. 
Kyes, H. M., 2111. 
Kyes family, 2111. 

La Barre, Lefebvre de, 2925. 

Labor, 2505-2509: American federation of, 1587; 
woman and child, regulation of, in Kansas, 
1248. See also Chicago strike, and Working- 
men's party. 

Labor board, railroad, 2411. 

Labrador, Moravian missions in, 2616. 

Labrador peninsula, 3072. 

La Branche, E. E., 997. 

La Briere, Yves de, 2935. 

La Gaze, Pierre, 2019. 

La Crosse, Wis., 1717, 1748, 1755. 

Ladd, William, 1915 



"Lady Elgin," Great Lakes steamer, 1053. 

Lafayette Parish, La., 1269. 

Lafferty, W. T., 2703. 

Lafond, Georges, 327. 

La Fontaine, Sir L. H., 2973. 

Lago y Gonzalez, Manuel, 413a 

Laidlaw, G. E., 271. 

Lake Erie, discovery of, 394, 2922, 2923. 

Lake Michigan disasters, 2487. 

Lake Mohonk, N. Y., 630. 

Lake Shetek massacre, 254. 

La Laurencie, Lionel de, 1854a. 

Lallemant, Jerome, 2936. 

Lambert, WilUam, 813. 

Lamoni, la., 2620. 

Lamphear, F. P., 2140. 

Lanark, Ont., 3101. 

Lancaster, Joseph, 1134. 

Lancaster, Oxford and southern railway, 1596. 

Lancaster, Pa., 1585, 1588, 1589, 1616. 

Lancaster co.. Pa., 1586, 1575, 1576, 1578, 1585, 1.588, 

1589, 1591, 1595, 1596, 1598, 1616, 1621. 
Lancasterian schools, 1134. 

Land, cessions in Alabama, Indian, 1068; claims 
in Kentucky, 1261, 1262; court in Kentucky, 
first, 1262; early western Pennsylvania titles, 
653; Indian, in Kansas, 1254; law of Virginia, 
1705, 688; operations of George Croghan in cen- 
tral New York, 1763-1800, 1516; pohcy and 
system in early Pennsylvania, 654; public, in 
Kentucky and Virginia, 1261, 1262; systems of 
Mexico, 3191; tenure in colonial Virginia, 688; 
tenure in Hawaii, 3290; tenure (see also Quit 
rents); Yazoo land fraud, 1140. 
Land grants. Gorges grant of Maine, 565; grant of 
Mount Desert to Sir Francis Bernard, 566; in 
Vermont, Massachusetts and, 594. 
Land oflSce, United States, 2415. 
LandafE, N. H., 1426. 
Landis, C. K., 1451. 

E.B., 1173. 

Mrs. C.E., 886. 

Landmarks, of New York City, 1481. See also His- 
toric sites. 
Landon, Fred, 838, 887. 
Lane, W. C, 2704-2706. 
Langford, N. P., 1035. 
Langlois, Louis, 414. 
Languages, Indian, bibliography of, 22. See also 

Foreign language newspaper. 
Langworthy, Edward, 1149. 
Lanier, Sidney, 2808. 
Lanman, Charles, 2622. 
Lansden, J. M., 1916. 
Lansing, R. H., 1501. 
Lansing, Mich., 2627a. 
Lansing, N. Y., 2261. 
Lapalice, O. M. H., 2937-2939r 
La Porte, Ind., 2515. 
Lara, Oruno, 3223a. 
Laramie, Wyo., 1758. 
Laramie, Fort, Wyo., 1760. 
Large, Mrs. James, 1593a. 
La Ronciere, Charles de, 634. 
Larson, L. M., 415. 
La.Salleco., 111., 1180. 
Lask, O.H.H., 799. 
Las Salinas, war of, 1538, 3153. 



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247 



Lathrop, O, C, i:«4. 

S. E., 1735. 

Latimer, George, 841, 1327. 

Latin America, colonial period, IB.W-ISIO, 3157-3177 
discovery and conquest, I4f)2-15.50, 31 53-3150 
evolution of law in, 3152; general, 3138-3152 
regional, 3185-3284; rei)ublics of, 3145; revolu- 
tionary period, 3178-3184. See also Spanish 
America. 

Latin American history in the high school, 92. 

Latorrc, Oerm.1n, 416. 

La Tourette, Eugene, 1437. 

Latter Day saints, 2G19, 2G24, 2625. 

Latulipe, M(jr., 3056. 

Laurens, Henry, 1636. 

Laut, A. C, 3114. 

Lauvriere, Emile, 3020. 

Laval, Otto, 213. 

Laval do Montmorency, Fran?ois dc, 2907, 2909, 
2911, 2912, 2928, 2930, 2935, 2940, 2953, 2954, 2966. 

Law, 2396-2408; constitutional, 2352-2.370; in Latin 
America, evolution of, 3152; James Kent's con- 
tributions to, 1908; Massachusetts colonial ofTice 
of attorney-general, 612. See also Bar, Courts, 
and Legislation. 

Law college, University of Kentucky, 2703. 

Law court, a Kansas, 1249; in Canada, first, 2988. 

Law libraries, Michigan, 2514. 
Lawrence, H. W.,;r., 605. 

Bishop William, 2651. 

Lawrence family, 2224. 

Laws of the Indies, 3157. 

Lawsuit, Lincoln's most interesting, 1950. 

Lawton, A. R., 2402. 

D.T., 1469. 

Lawyers, great American, 1775; in American history, 
position and influence of, 2403; Kentucky, 1255; 
North Carolina, in the World war, 1525. 
Lea, H. J., 936. 

^M.C, 2858. 

Leach, F. W., 656. 

G.E., 980. 

Leacock, Stephen, 3003. 

Lean-to houses, 604. 

Le Clerc de la Herverie, B., 326, 342. 

Leclercq, Jules, 3246a. 

Lecompte, Edouard, 3042,3119. 

Le Conte, Ren6, 547, 657. 

Lee, Charles, 1917. 

F. H., 1319. 

J. A. I., 884. 

J. M., 2780. 

R. E., 1918, 1919; headquarters records and 

papers, 38. 

T. A., 968, 1988. 

— T. O., 839. 

W. M., 2564. 

Lee family of Virginia, 1681. 

Leeward Islands, 3207. 

Leffmann, Henry, 773. 

Legal constitution of the Pilgrim state, 584. 

Legal history. See Law. 

Legal institutions, master builder of, 1907. 

Legal tender cases, 2365. 

Le Qallienne, Richard, 2781. 

Legend, national, history versus, 177. 



Legislation, discarded by Maine lei?islatures since 
1820, 1281; Iowa, 1923, 2432; Kansas labor, 250fi; 
Oregon, in regard to high .schools, 1.06.3; regard- 
ing the practice of medicine, 2396. 

Legislative assembly, in Lower Canada, first, 3071; 
of the Northwest Territories of Canada, 3116. 
See also Congre^ss, and Parliaments. 

Legislative power in .North Carolina, 2439a. 

Lehmann, F. W., 1391. 



Walter. 343. 



Leidy, Joseph, 28.52. 

Leighton, M. M., 183. 

Leisler, Jacob, 635. 

Lejeune, J. A., 2287. 

Leland, W. G., 41, 121, 122, 128. 

Lemly, II. U., 3179. 

Lenormand, Intendant, 711. 

Lenox library, N. Y., 2516. 

Leon, Carlos, 3146. 

Leonard, A. A., 1202. 

C. E., 2112. 

— ■ F. E., 3095. 

S. A., 123. 

T.II., 14.52. 

W. E., 1736. 

Leroux, Emmanuel, 2782. 

Lesley, L. B. K., 42. 

Lester, C. F., 2213, 2263. 

Lesueur collection of American sketches, 41. 

Letardif, Olivier, 2927. 

Levene, Ricardo, 3182. 

Lewin, Evans, 2983, 3211. 

Lewis, E. S., 2143. 

— Hcnry% 477. 

Samuel, 3199. 

Sinclair, 1371. 

W. S., 1036, 1057, 2652. 

Lewis, Scotland, 3059. 

Lexington, Mass., 2002; battle of, 7775, 781, 782. 

Liberia college, 2667. 

"Liberty," John Hancock's sloop, 795. 

Liberty. See Freedom. 

Liberty bonds. See War bonds of the World war. 

Libraries, 2510-2517; early Indiana, 1203; high school, 
as aids for history teachers, 75; Michigan, 1354, 

Library association. La Porte (Ind.), reading-room 
and, 1203. 

Library of American history, William L. Clements, 
73, 74, 82. - 

Library of Congress, accessions of manuscripts, 
broadsides and British transcripts, 43, 43a; 
Americana in, 28; manuscripts relating to 
American history in, 28. 

Life and manners, 2525-2529; French Canadian, 
3049; in a New England village in the sixties, 
1315; in early Iowa, 1222; Indian, see Civiliza- 
tion, Culture, and Customs, Indian. See also 
Pioneer life, and Sports. 

Lilly, J. W., 2132. 

Lilly family, 2132. 

Lima-Barbosa, Mario de, 3247. 

Lincoln, Abraham, 488, 1772, 1782, 1920-1952; and 
Ohio, 1555; and the progress of nationality in 
the North, 927; application of veto power by, 
906; assassination of, 851; boyhood days in 
Indiana, 1207; election of, 1615; " House divided" 
speech, 1930; political ideals of, 2787. 



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INDEX 



Lincoln, Waldo, 2133. 

Lincoln, Neb., 1410. 

Lincoln CO., Ont., 2993. 

Lincoln family, 2133. 

Lincoln memorial at Washington, 1125, 1136. 

Lindblom, K. G., 271a. 

Linderman, H. R., 1953. 

^ J. J., 1953. 

Lindlej', Harlow, 2599. 

Lindquist, G. E. E., 272. 

Lindsay, Vachel, 2838. 

Ling Roth, H., 273. 

Lintum, C. te, 498. 

Linville, Va., 2565. 

Lippincott, H. M., 1594. 

Lithography, early American, 2752. 

Literary and historical society of Quebec, archival 
publications of, 3043. 

Literary club in Rochester, N. Y., 1504. 

Literary history, Alabama, 7; Canada, 3006; Latin 
America, during the colonial period, 3165; South 
Carolina, 1640. 

Literature, biographical and critical, 2794-2842; 
Canadian, "makers" of, 2989, 2999, 3000a, 
3003, 3003a, 3005, 3011, 3020; general, 2776-2790; 
Indians in, 303; of Buffalo, N. Y., 1495; of pion- 
eer life- in Iowa, 1225; regional, 2791-2793; Vir- 
ginian writers of fugitive verse, 1674. 
Litre, E., 344. 

Little, Brown and company, 2560. 
Little Big Horn, battle of, 1876, 1021, 1031. 
"Little Dog," Piegan chief, 1401. 
Little Falls, N. Y., 795a, 1502. 
Litz, F. A., 2833. 
Liverpool, Eng., 2979, 2987. 

Livestock industry, 2456. See also Cattle industry. 
Livingston, J. H., 636. 

P. v., 1490. 

— William, 46. 

Livingston family, 2134. 

Livius, Peter, 569. 

Lobdell family, 2135. 

Local government, 2430, 2441; in Iowa, 1230. See 

also State and local government. 
Local history, 1004-1769; bibliography, 1; research 
and study of, 126; Texas, Caldwell prize in, 1661, 
Locke, G. H., 2878. 

L. L., 345. 

Lockhart, James, 1954, 
Lockley, Fred, 1035a, 1564, 1565. 
Lodge, H. C, 124, 564, 2346. 

Lodge, French, in Philadelphia, 810. See also Free- 
masons. 
Loeb, Jacques, 2849. 
Loewenthal, John, 214. 
Log cabin days in Indiana, 1189. 
Logan, J. D., 3002, 3021. 

James, 658, 1551, 1552. 

Mrs. John A., 1955. 

R. R., 658. 

William, 820. 

Logan elm, 1551, 1552. 

Lohmann, Martin, 659. 

Lollis, C. de, 418. 

London, H. M., 986. 

London merchants on the Stamp act repeal, 737. 

Long, C. W., 2847. 

J. D., 956, 1956. 



Long, R. C. E., 346-348. 

S. H., 1365; expedition into the Upper Mis- 
sissippi region, 1037. 

W. J., 519. 

Long Island, N. Y., 2247; cemetery inscriptions, 

2224. 
Longfellow, H. W., 1745, 1776, 2809, 2810. 
Longstreet's attack at Gettysburg, 1863, 912. 
Lonn, Ella, 125, 1203. 
Loomis, CD., 2653. 

Henry, 2653. 

Lopez, A., 3168. 

Lord, Arthur, 606. 

Los Angeles, Cal., Fort Moore, 1108. 

Los Angeles co., Cal., 1106. 

Lothrop, S. K., 349, 350. 

Lotteries in Pennsylvania prior to 1833, 1597. 

Loughry family, 2136. 

Louis XIV, letter to the governor of Quebec, 1683, 

2925. 
Louisbourg, expedition against, 1745, 560. 
Louisiana, 1263-1273; battalion at the battle of 
Secessionville, 1864, 936; biography, 1795, 1869, 
1911, 1912, 1965, 1996, 2053; campaign of General 
Jackson in, 1814-1815, 822; chief justices of, 
1965, 1996; governor of, 1904-1908, 1795; governor 
of, 1912-1916, 1869. 
Louisiana, French period, 707-712, 719; episodes of 
life in, 1264: French colonization of, 708; his- 
tory of, from 1717 to 1752, 712; inauguration of 
Governor De Vaudreuil, 709; Natchez Indians 
in, in 1730, 237; records of the Superior council 
of, 1738-1739, 49; session of the Superior coun- 
cil, in 1744, 711; visit of Indians from, to Paris 
in 1725, 707, 713. 
Louisiana, Spanish period, journey in, in 1766, 
1268; judicial records of, index to, 40; legal 
document of, 1266. 
Louisiana historical society, 1912. 
Louisiana purchase, boundary evolution of the 

states included in, 1025. 
Louisiana-Texas frontier during the Burr con- 
spiracy, 809. 
Love, W. A., 888. 
Love affairs, of Lincoln, 1937, 1944; of Washington, 

1944; stories of famous Virginians, 1779. 
Lowell. Amy, 2811. 

A. L., 2835, 2879. 

J. H., 1249. 

J. R., 2777; on Lincoln, 1941. 

Lower Canada, first Assembly in, 3071; medicine 
in, under the French regime, 3035. See also 
Quebec, Province of. 
Lowie, R. H., 274, 285. 
Loyalists in Ontario, 3083, 3084, 
Lucas, Sir Charles, 3012. 

F. C, 3120. 

H. S., 2538. 

Lucas CO., O., 1553. 

Lundy's Lane historical society, 2994. 

Lutheran church, 2602-2606; at Newport News, 

Va., 1685; educational institutions of, 2604. 
Lutheran orphans' and old folks' home, at Toledo, 

2531. 
Lutz, J. A., 2574. 
Luyster family, 2224. 
Lydenberg, H. M., 2516. 
Lyford, J. O., 1416. 



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249 



Lyman, C. S., 1104. 

E. A., 2137. 

Lyman family, 2137. 
Lynch, W. O., 1830. 

Maar, (Miarlns, fiSfia. 
Maas, Otto, 1408. 
MacAdam, Gcorgo, 2828. 
Mc Arthur, Peter, 2999, 3003. 
McBride, C. E., 2403. 
Ma(;I3ri(le, Dorothy, 1833. 
McBride, (}. M., 3191. 

T. A., 2404. 

McCall, Alexander, 3090. 

McCamant, Wallace, 2037. 

McCann, Sister Mary Agnes, 2578. 

McCanna, F. L, 1620. 

McCannell, James, 3097. 

McC'arthy, Charles, 1957. 

McCarty, I.U., 1204. 

McClellan, E. N., 774, 775, 800, 834, 1105, 2288-2293 

McClumpha, C. F., 1503. 

McClure, C. R., 120. 

McConnell, B. M., 215. 

MacCorkle, W. A., 2347. 

McCormick, S. B., 2734. 

MacCracken, If. M., 2734. 

J. H., 2734. 

McCracken, J. S., 1180. 

McCready, J. E. B., 3020. 

McCulloch vs. state of Maryland, 2305. 

McCullough, Henry, 697. 

Macdonald, J. F., 3003a. 

MacDonald, Ranald, 3131. 

McDonald, W. N., 889. 

MacDonald, William, 499. 

Macdonell, George, 2991. * 

Mrs. R. W., 2040. 

McDonough co.. 111., 1153. 
MacDowell, C. H., 770. 
McDowell, C. J., 2120. 

Malcolm, 305. 

McEIroy, Robert, 1812. 

M'Farland, Baxter, 890. 

McGee, T. D., 3001. 

McGill university, 3008. 

McGovern, P. A., 1764. 

McOowan's South Carolina brigade, 850. 

McGrath, Sir P. T., 3012. 

McGroarty, J. S., 1100. 

W. B., 1682. 

McGuire, C. E., 489. 

Machine gun battalion in the World war, 105th, 

1001. 
Mackall, Leonard, 1149. 
MacKay, I. E., 3132. 
McKee, A. B., 2030. 
McKenzie, Alexander, 1074. 
Mackenzie, William, 2880. 
McKern, W. C, 285. 
McKiiiley, William, 947, 2020. 
McKinney, J. C, 2654. 
Mackintosh, W. A., 2881. 
Mcllvaine, J. H., 1973. 
McEwain, C. H., 748. 
Mcllwaine, H. R., 1696a. 
Maclntyre, W. I., 1148. 

54381—26 18 



.Mclver, H. 11., 2171. 
McLaughlin, A. C, 520. 
MacLean, D. A., 3115. 
Maclean, J. K., 459. 
Macleod, Ada, 3027. 
McCord family, 2072. 
McManus, James, 1737. 

•Mc.Millin, P2merson, 19.58. 

Mac.Mullan, C. E., 505. 

.Mc.Murrich, J. P., 2882. 

McMurry, D. L.. 127, 2.508, 2.509. 

McNair, J. B., 2138. 

M. W., 16. 

McNair family, 2138. 

McNally, S. J., 2790. 

McNees, W. S., 2027b. 

.McNeill, Hector, 723. 

Macomber, II. E., 1777. 

Macon, Ga., 1143. 

Macon CO., 111., 1152, 2225. 

Macoun, John, 3007. 

McQuiston, Raymer, 2801. 

McSpadden, J. W., 4.59, 2011. 

McSweeney, E. F., 1903, 25.39. 

Macy, W. F., 1320. 

Madison, James, 488, 1779, 19.59. 

Bishop James, 2031. 

Madison, Wis., 1720. 

MagtUhaes de Azerdo, Carlos, 3247a. 

Magee, D. F., 1595, 1590. 

Magellan, Ferdinand, 381; expedition of, Bretons 
in, 384; voyage around the world, 435. 

Magellan, Strait of, 454. 

Mahan, B. E., 419, 891, 1219-1223. 

Mahu, Jakob, 454. 

Maidu Indians, 285. 

Mail service. See Pony express, and Postal sys- 
tem. 

Maine, 1274-1282; Arnold's march through, in 1775, 
783; biography, 1800, 1915, 2054; colonial history, 
565-567; Gorges grant of, 1622, 565; natives of, 
who have served in Congress, 1781; Red Paint 
Indians of, 280. 

Maize, agricultural history of, 2447. 

Maku Indians, 3252. 

Malaspina, Alejandro, 3160. 

Malbone, Godfrey, 623. 

Malcolm, G. A., 3294. 

James, 2383a. 

Mal-Hado survivors, 429. 

Maliu, J. C, 840. 

Mallet, Pierre, 706. 

Malone, Dumas, 811, 1823. 

Man, prehistoric, origin of, 271a. 

Manasquan, N. J., 1435. 

Mandan music, 250. 

Manfroni, Camillo, 420. 421. 

Manhattan Island, 2743; first settlement of, 640a 

Manila, P. I., surrender of, 1S98, 957. 

Manitoba, 3117-3125. 

Mann, Horace, 2735. 

M. W., 1321-1324. 

Manners and customs. See Life and manners. 

Manors, French-Canadian, 3031; New York colo 
nial, 630, 045. 

Mansfield, La., battle of, 920. 

Manuscript collections, 38-57. See aho Archives. 



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INDEX 



Manuscripts, early Mexican, 322, 365; of Gov. 
Jonathan Trumbull, 564; Maya, 365; relating 
to American history, in the Library of Congress, 
28. See also Codex, and Sources and docu- 
ments. 

Manzi, Michel, 422. 

Maps, Canadian, 2898; Cantino world map, 451; 
early world maps, 380, 414; hitherto unknown 
world map of 1506, 410; made by Oronce Fine, 
in 1531 and 1536, 414; map of San Domingo, 
1516, 404; map of the Amazon region, early, 
3177. 

Marblehead, Mass., 600, 3200. 

Marbury vs. Madison, 2365. 

Margry, Pierre, 141. 

Maricourt, Andre de, 777. 

Marie de I'lncarnation, la mere, 2958. 

Marigny, Bernard, 822. 

Marine band, U. S., 2289. 

Marine biological school at Woods Hole, Mass., 
1784b. 

Marine corps, 2287-2291; in the Revolution, 774; 
oflScers of the American revolution, 800. 

Marine engineering, Franklin's experiments in, 
1858. 

Marion, Seraphin, 2908, 2941. 

Maritime association of the port of New York, 2476. 

Maritime history, of Salem, Mass., 1331. See also 
Piracy, Privateers, Sea journals. Ship casualties 
of the World war, and Ships. 

Maritime law. See Sea policy. 

Maritime power, in its relation to America, 487. 

Maritime Provinces, Can., college union in, 3016. 

Maritime trade, of Boston on the eve of the Revo- 
lution, 778; of Medford, Mass., to 1812, 1311; 
on the Northwest coast, 1028, 1034; with the 
West Indies, 3200, 3201; with the West Indies, 
struggle to regain, 1815-1830, 2309. See also 
Merchant marine, and Overseas commerce. 

"Mark rock," 195. 

Markham, Sir Clements, 3153. 

William, 656. 

Markley, M. E., 2604. 

Marne, second battle of the, 974, 978. 

Marquette, Jacques, 413, 448, 1156; description of 
the " Piasa rock," 400; explorations of, 419, 4271 
journeys to the Illinois country, 392. 

Marquis, G. E., 3044. 

S. S. ,1847a. 

Marriage customs, French Canadian, 3049. 

Marriage records, Rockingham and Augusta coun- 
ties, Va., 1678. See also Vital records. 

Marryat, Frederick, 1744. 

Marseille, France, 3277. 

Marsh, O. C, 2851. 

Marshall, B. T., 1116a, 2707. 

John, 488, 1779, 1782, 1960, 2352, 2355; con- 
stitutional decisions of, 2369. 
L. C, 102, 151. 



Marshall, Va., 1669. 

Marshall co., Ind., 1209. 

"Martha Washington's reception,' 

titled, 806. 
Marthas Vineyard, Mass., 1329. 
Martimercurian company, 2710. 
Martin, A. E., 1597. 

C. II., 1598. 

Chester, 3004. 



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Martin,D. B., 1738. 

Edward, 998. 

H. M., 2846. 

Lawrence, 1037. 

Luther, 1775. 

P. A., 3145. 

Santford, 2439. 

Martin family, 2076. 

Martin-Granizo, Leon, 17. 

Martineau, Harriet, 1355. 

Martire d'Anghiero, Pietro, 404. 

Martyr, Peter, 404. 

Martyrdom of Franciscan priests in 1680, 1469. 

Martyrs for the faith, in Florida, 1597, 714. 

Marvin, J. G., 1961. 

Marye, G. T., jr., 1107. 

Maryland, 1284-1293; biography, 1798, 1898, 1987, 
1991; British invasion of, 1777, 1898; Church of 
England in, 2633; colonial history, 664-670; con- 
stitutional convention of, 1867, 2436; economic 
history of, late 18th century, 1039; first governor 
of the state, 1898; first parishes in the Province 
of, 2633; genealogy, vital records, etc., 2204; 
General assembly, proceedings and acts, 1740- 
17U, 667; list of early settlers of, 1634-1682, 2225a; 
religious situation in, in the 17th century, 2633; 
work of the Sisters of Mercy in, 2573. 

Maryland campaign of 1862, 898. 

Maryville, Tenn., 2227. 

Masks, Indian, 279. 

Mason, George, 1779. 

• Gregory, 351. 

Masonic fund society, 2523. 

Massachusetts, 1294-1344; biography, 1783, 1784, 
1793, 1794, 1797, 1810, 1822, 1824, 1838, 1841, 1861, 
1956, 1964, 1988, 1998, 2002, 2003, 2641, 2642, 2648, 
2651; colonial history, 556-564, 570-614; emigrant 
companies from, to California, 1849-1850, 1100; 
genealogy, vital records, etc., 2198, 2199a-2201, 
2205, 2215, 2217, 2218, 2228, 2237, 2238, 2241, 2242, 
2253, 2254; governor of, 1880-1882, 1956; Harvard 
college during the colonial period, 2704-2706, 
2709, 2710; history teaching in the schools of, 
135; House of representatives, journals, 1722- 
1733, 607; Jackson's visit to, 1833, 826; method of 
raising troops in the Revolution, 788; state poli- 
tics, 1880-1919, 944. 

Massachusetts Bay colony, 82, 592a, 606a, 606b, 
607a, 612a; controversies between royal governors 
and assemblies, 540; Franklin's accounts against, 
731; governors of, 599, 601; Indians of, 309; pro- 
posed expedition from New France against, 1700, 
2962. 

Massachusetts colonization society, 2667. 

Massachusetts Hall, Harvard college, 2704. 

Massachusetts historical society, 606, 1340; Amer- 
icana series, 388, 417, 449, 452, 592a, 606a, 606b, 
612a, 635, 638, 651, 677, 678, 2936, 3243, 3278; nu- 
mismatics in, 1336; papers of William Livingston 
in, 46; return of the Trumbull papers to the state 
of Connecticut, 564. 
Massachusetts medical society, 2848. 
Massacres, Indian. See Indian massacres. 
Massasoit, 1317. 
Massee, M. G., 2708. 
Massicotte, E. J., 2883. 

E. Z., 2942-2946, 2984, 2985, 3045-3052. 

Massie, Joseph, 738. 



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Masson, Marjorie, 812. 
Mather, F. J., 2772. 

Increase, G09. 

Mathews, George, 1962. 

Matthews, Albert, COS, 009, 037, 132r), 2042, 2709, 
2710. 

Brander, 2783, 2812. 

Mauclair, Camille, 2821b. 

Maudslay collection of Maya sculptures, 310. 

Maurault, Olivier, 3053, 3054. 

Maurice, A. B., 2829. 

Maurits, Johan, 3242. 

Maury, M. F., 1963. 

Maximilian's travels in North America, 18S2-18S4, 

465. 
Mayan research, pioneers of, 335. 
Mayas, 359-361; chief's ritual of, 304; chronology 
of, 346-348; manuscripts, 305; ruins of Yucatan, 
351. 
Mayfield, Ky., 1257. 

"Mayflower," ownership of, 583; women of, 582. 
Mayo, L. S., 569, 956, 1038, 1956. 
Mays, S. E., 892, 893. 
Means, P. A., 44. 
Meany, E. S., 1707, 1708. 
Mearns, Scotland, 2979. 
Meat packing industry, 2456, 2462. 
Mechlin, Leila, 1637. 
Medals, given to children of Boston by Franklin, 

1335; war, 2277. See also Numismatics. 
Medford, Mass., 1298, 1311, 1321-1324. 
Mediation in Spanish American affairs, 2326. 
Medical biography, 1864, 2022, 2059, 2297, 2298. 
Medical corps, of the Navy, 2297; Revolutionary, 

753. 
Medical practice, early legislation regarding, 2396; 

in Michigan, 1353. 
Medical school, Transylvania university, 2697. 
Medical science, homeopathy in the World war, 

961; pioneer in, 2022, 2059. 
Medical service, community, in the colonies, 548; 
Revolutionary war, 1991; World war, 976, 
(See also Red Cross base hospital). 
Medical society, Allegheny county, 985; Massa- 

chussets, 2848. 
Medicine, history of, in Quebec, 3030; in Lower 
Canada under the French regime, 3035; Indian, 
sec Porno doctors; work of Oliver Wendell 
Ilolmes in, 2805. See also Disease. 
Meech, S. B., 2175. 
Meegan, B. V., 894. 
Meek, C. P., 1765. 

Meeting house, the 18th century, 1043. 
Melgarejo, Pedro, 3173. 
Meltzer, C. H., 2773. 
Melville, C. II., 3121. 
Melyn patroonship of Staten Island, 631. 
Memorial commemorating the DoUier-Galin^e ex- 
pedition, 2922, 2923. 
^Memorials, at Valley Forge, Pa., 755, 762; the 
David Thompson fort, 3132. See also Lincoln 
Memorial, and Monuments. 
Mendenhall, T. C, 1554, 1958. 
Mendizabal, M. 0., 352. 
Men§ndez de Avil6s, Pedro, 1138. 
Mennonites, 1605. 
Menomini Indians, 300. 
Menotomy, Mass., battle at, 1775, 782. 



Menzies, Archibald, 3133. 
Mercud6, Halva, 353. 
.Morcedarians, 3171. 
-Merch&n, H. M.,3215. 

Merchant marine, 2472, 2474; convoying of, 984; 
of old Salem, 2404; old American, 2485; old time 
clipper shii)S, 2475a. 
Merenoss, N. I)., 45, 128. 
Merino y Alvarez, Abelardo, 424-426. 
Merriam, ('. H., 478,479. 
Merrifleld, Webster, 2692. 
Merrill, R. E., 285. 
" Mcrrimac," battle with the " Monitor," 1862, 869. 

919. 
Merritt, Elizabeth, 1038. 

Percival, 1326, 2554. 

Mesa Verde national park, 227. 
Metallurgy, pre-Columbian, 313, 303. 
Mctcalf, F. J., 1816. 

H. H.,2438. 

J. C, 2817. 

Methodism in Indiana, 1200. 

Methodist Episcopal church, 2C07-2614; mission in 

Oregon, 1004, 1020, 1040; missionary training 

school at Herkimer, N. Y., 1488; schism in, in 

1844, 2613. 

Mexican manuscript of 1534, 322. 

Mexican war, 834; conquest of California, 1089, 

1099, 1105, 1108. 
Mexico, 3185-3197; aboriginal period, 313, 314, 316- 
332, 335, 341-344, 346-352, 359-361, 364-369, 372, 
374-376; ancient art of, 343; antiquities, 313, 
350, 365, 372, 374, 376; Aztec and Toltec civiliza- 
tions of, 344; conquest of, 443; Franciscan mis- 
sionary in, 3173; issues between the United 
States and, in 1853, 828; prehistoric civilization 
of, 220; second archbishop of, 3194a; Shelby's 
expedition to, 1865, 863. 
Mexico City, cabildo of, 1524-15S4, 3164. 
Meyers, C. L., 18. 
Miama country, 1779-1794, 1549. 
Michelson, Truman, 227. 

Michigan, 1345-1359; biography, 1803; first Terri- 
torial governor of, 1353b; historical work in , 
101; Indian chief in, 291; libraries of, 2514; pre- 
historic mines of, 198; Presbyterian church in 
Lansing, 2627a. 
Michigan, University of, 2712; Clements library of 

American history, 73, 74, 82. 
Michigan geological and biological survey, 2846. 
Mickle, Samuel, 1452a. 
Middaugh, R.B.,427. 
Middle West. See West, Middle. 
Middleborough, Mass., 2228. 
Middle ton, J. E., 3098. 

W. S., 2852, 2853. 

Middletown, Conn., 2074. 

Migration of population, inter-state, 1050. 

MikcU, W. E., 2023. 

Milestones, 24S0. 

Military academy. West Point, 2303. 

Military college at Kingston, Ont., 3089. 

Military department of the State university of 

Iowa, 2715. 
Military encroachment upon Civil power, 1763- 

1775,760. 
Military engineering, crossing of the James river, 
1864, 870. 



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Military expedition to quell Mormon disturbances 
in Utah, 1859, 486. 

Military history, 2275-2303; conscription, 2281; 
historical material regarding, 76; relation of the 
schools to, 168. 

Military office in America, 1763-1775, 760. 

Military organizations. See Military units, World 
war, and Regimental histories, Civil war. 

Military policy of the United States, 2278. 

Military regiments, Canadian, 3013, 3014, 3129; in 
New France, see Carignan regiment. 

Military road, from Florida to Alabama, 2475; 
in the far West, 1699, 1703. 

Military service, Canadian, 2869. 

Military settlements in Ontario, 3101. 

Military strategy, 2278; Civil war, 883. 

Military units in the World war, 995-1002. 

Militia, Canadian, 2998; Massachusetts Revolu- 
tionary, 789; Pennsylvania, 998. See also Coal- 
port home guards, and National guard. 

Miller, Francis, 2139. 

Joaquin, 2813, 

Warner, 2528. 

Miller family, 2071, 2139-2141. 

Millet, Frank, 2739. 

Milligan, J. L., 2822. 

Millington, John, 2736. 

Milwaukee, Wis., 1728. 

Mimbres Valley, N. Mex., prehistoric pottery 
from, 199, 200. 

Mims, Edwin, 1982. 

Mines, prehistoric, in Michigan, 198, 221; South 
Dakota state school of, 2711. 

Mining claims in Alaska, 1074. 

Mining history of Mexico, 3186, 3190. 

Minisink Indian trail, 1456. 

Minneapolis, Minn., 1376. 

Minnesota, 1380-1379; Indian massacre in, 1862, 254, 
1044. 

Minnesota historical society, annual meeting, 1923, 
130; 22d biennial report, 131. 

Minor, J. B., 2142. 

Minor family, 2142. 

Minuit, Peter, 628. 

Miramichi river, N. B., 2979. 

Mirriam, I. C, 2038. 

Missionaries, Franciscan, 3173; in California, early, 
1103, 2577; in New France, 2910, 2913, 2936; in 
Oregon in 1839, 1004; in Oregon, 1844 to 1847. 
1020; in Spanish America, 3170, 3171; Jesuit, 
2936. 

Missionary training school, Folts', 1488. 

Missions, California, 1095, 1096, 1109, 1112; Catho- 
lic, 2580; French, 717, 1278; in Arizona, under 
Spain, 715; in Georgia, destruction of, 1597, 702; 
in New Mexico, 1468; in South America, 3169, 
3170, 3177; in the Illinois country, 717; in the 
Oregon country, 1020, 1040; in the Southwest, 
715; Indian, 293; Jesuit, 2567, 3177; Methodist, 
1020, 1040, 2610; Moravian, 2616, 2617; on Mt. 
Desert Island, Me., 1278; Spanish, 715, 1468, 
1095, 1096. 

Mississippi regiment, at Gettysburg, 890; in the 
Civil war, 937. 

Mississippi river, 477, discovery of, 398, 445, 446; 
transportation around the Des Moines Rapids, 
1237. 



Mississippi valley, concentration of Confederate 
forces in, in 1862, 883; explorations of Mar- 
quette and Joliet in, 419; exploration of the 
Driftless area of, 1037; French explorations in, 
453; history of, research in, 77; Indian affairs in, 
in 1765, 1048; Lesueur's sketches, 1816-1837, 41; 
rivalry for the commerce of, 2469. See also 
Illinois country, and West, middle. 

Mississippi Valley historical association, 16th an- 
nual meeting, 157. 

Missouri, 1380-1399; baptisms in, 1764-1768, 2229; 
biography, 1837, 1870, 1893, 1914, 1975; Catholic 
church in, 2584, 2585; coming of the Jesuits to, 
2570; commerce of, 2469; first native bom Catho- 
lic priest of, 2586; genealogical records, 2229; guer- 
rilla warfare in, during the Civil war, 930; 
historical articles relating to, 11; new journalism 
in, 2555; normal school system, 1787; regiment 
in the Civil war, 938; study of state history in 
schools of, 176; work of the Sisters of Mercy in, 
2573. 

Missouri, State historical society of, 132. 

Missouri Pacific railroad, 2490. 

Missouri river, fur trade on, 1403. 

Missourian, the, 1396. 

Mistassini hunting territories, 3072. 

Mitchell, Maria, 1778, 1964. 

Zerviah, 1317. 

Mitla, prehistoric ruins of, 366. 

Mixcoatl, Mexican god, 315a. 

Mobile, siege of, 1865, 900. 

Mobile Bay, Ala., 2280. 

Modoc Indian war, 1035a. 

Mohawk and Hudson railroad, 2473. 

Mohawk Valley, N. Y., 1491, 1493, 1518. 

Mohegan Indians, 312. 

Mokler, A. J., 1766. 

Moluccas, Spanish and Portuguese rivalry for 
possession of, 416. 

Monarchical tendencies in the United States, 1776 
to 1801, 807. 

Mondell, F. W., 1767. 

Money, 2497-2504; in Rhode Island in 1649, 621; 
paper, in Maryland, 1727-1789, 664. See also 
Currency. 

Monis, Judah, 610. 

"Monitor," at sea and in battle, 869; fight with the 
"Merrimac," 1862, 919, 929. 

Monk, G. H., 1374. 

Monmouth co., N. J., 1145. 

Monnette, O. E., 1108. 

Monongahela river, 1600. 

Monongalia co., W. Va., 2230. 

Monroe, F. A., 1965. 

James, 1782, 1966, 1967, 2143, 2340; house in 

which he died, 1492. 

Monroe family, 2143. 

Monroe doctrine, 2326, 2333-2351, 3145, 3183. 

Monson, Me., 1282. 

Montavo de Jarama, Mateo, 3169. 

Montana, 1400-1406; battle of the Little Big Horn, 
1876, 1021, 1031; Catholic missions in, 2580; ex 
ploring expedition in, 1006; Indians in, 239-244; 
Roosevelt in, 2010a. 

Monteiro, Mario, 428. 

Montesquiou, Robert de, 2775. 
Montevideo, Uruguay, 3176, 3234. 

Montgomery co.. 111., 1185. 



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253 



Montgomery cc, Pa., ISS.'ia, 1593. 
Montmorency, J. E. O. de, 2323. 
Montreal, Can., 3055; coroners of, 1761,-1023, 3040; 
Ecole i)oIytechni(iue, 3053; Knulish journalist 
in, 1822-1824, 2978; fencing in, 30-JS; fire of 
1852, 3045; first grant of land in, 2940; letters 
from, 1700-1701, 2907; letters from, 1770-1777, 
2971; photography in, 3047; protJionotaries of, 
1794-192S, 3051; Saint-Jacques church and 
parish, 3054; Scotch faction in, 1822-1824, 2978; 
shorilTs of, 1763-1923, 3052; Sisterhood in, 3(Xil; 
streets and localities, 3050. 
Montreal, University of, 3053. 
Montrose, la., 1238. 

Montserrat, treasurer's accounts of, 1672-1681, 3208. 
Montufar, Alonso de, 3194a. 

Monuments and memorials. Cook's Mills (Ont.) 
battlefield, 2994; New York state monument 
on the battlefield of Antietam, 898; Province 
of Quebec, 3038, 3000; to Columbus, proposed 
Pan American, 439; to Illinois dead of the 
World war, 1100; to Leif Ericson, 447; World 
war battles, 971. See. also Memorials. 
Moodie, 11. L., 275, 355. 
Moon, H. T., 2001. 
Moon, ancient pyramid of, 327. 
Moore, C. B., 224. 

Charles, 1130, 1131, 2039^2042. 

G. F., 610. 

J. T., 1046a. 

P. G., 1207. 

R. D., 1778. 

R. W., 1902. 

Moore family, 2071, 2145, 2224. 
Moore, Fort, Cal., 1108. 
Moorehead, W. K., 183. 
Moosmueller, Oswald, 2055. 
Moravian diaries at Bethlehem, Pa., 1588. 
Moravian historical society, 293. 
Moravians, 2615-2618; missions, 293; settlement in 
Illinois, 1163; settlements In America, early, 660. 
Mordecai family, 1695. 
Morehouse, Frances, 134. 

G. P., 1251. 

Morel-Fatio, Monsieur, 322. 
Moreno, Mariano, 3182. 
Morgan, J. de, 216. 

J. H., 864, 878. 

J. S., 895. 

James, 2784. 

L. n., 1968-1974. 

Morgan's raid into Kentucky, 1S64, 864; into Ohio, 

878. 
Moriarty, G. A., 2079, 2191. 
Morin, Victor, 3055. 
Morison, Frank, 3013. 

S. E., 740, 778, 1810, 2348, 2485, 2641. 

Morley, S. G., 217. 

Mormons, 2619-2625; disturbances in Utah, in 1859, 

486. 
Morrill tariff, 1570. 
Morris, A. W., 1627. 

Gouverneur, 777. 

M. B., 1132. 

W. A., 64. 

Morris county (N. J.) court house, 1453, 1457. 
Morrison, E. W., 2869. 
Morrison family, 2144. 



at Cahokia, III., 183, 227a;' 
224; in California, 285; in 



Morristown, N. J., 1453, 1457. 

Morrow, D. W., 2384. 

E. L., 2885. 

Morse, A. D., 2384. 

E. 8., 1784b. 

Morton, Joy, 1179. 

O. F., 1683. 

Moseley, G. C, 981. 

Mo.ss, J. A., 5.33. 

Moss family, 2077. 

Moton, K. K., 2732. 

Mott, D. C, 1224. 

F. L., 122.'i. 

Mounds, prehistoric, 
in Alabama, 218, 
Ohio, 22.5; in Wi.sconsin, 191, 228. 

Moundville, Ala., 218, 224. 

Mount, W. S., 2764. 

Mt. Airy, Pa., 1613. 

Mount Carmel, 111., 1172. 

Mount Desert Island, Me., 1279; grant to Sir Fran- 
cis Bernard, 566; mission of Saint Sauveur, 1278 

Mount Vernon, Va., master of, 2034; Washington 
and, 2041, 2044. 

Mowat, II. M., 2869. 

Mower, W. L., 2145. 

Mower family, 2145. 

Mowry, A. M., 521. 

W. A., 521. 

Moyer, F. E., 129. 

Muckleroy, Anna, 1659. 

Mudge, I. G., 19. 

Muir, Thomas, 812. 

Mullan, John, 1699. 

Mullan road, 1699, 1703. 

Muller, W. C, 25. 

W. G., 2294. 

Mulvey, James, 1174. 

Mumby, F. A., 779. 

Munford, R. B., 2349. 

Munroe, J. P., 2032. 

Mura Indians, 3251. 

Murakami, Naojiro, 1036. 

Murder trial in Louisiana, 1780, 1267. 

Murdock, Harold, 780-782. 

Murfreesboro, battle of, 1862, 885. 

Murphy, J. M., 135. 

John, 1558b. 

Pleasants, 1684. 

Murray, W. C.,3016. 

Muscatine, la., 1219, 1228. 

Mus6e de La Plata, 315. 

Museum of natural history at the University of 
Alabama, 1059. 

Museums, Arkansas state history musuem, 1080; 
at Charleston, S. C, 2522; educational, 1207; 
first American museum, 2522; historical, as an 
educative force, 173; historical, at Kingston, 
Ont., 3089; Museum of New Mexico, 205; Pea- 
body museum of archaeology and ethnology, 
2725. 
Music, 2843-2845; in Rochester, N. Y., 1501; Indian, 
247, 250, 259, 268; military, see Bands of the 
Continental army, and Marine band; of the 
Incas, 375. Sec also Bethlehem Bach choir. 
Musical life in a New England village in the sixties, 

1315. 
Mutiny aboard the whaler " Globe, " 1822, 2484. 



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INDEX 



Muzzey, D. S., 83, 522. 
Myers, H. L., 1975. 

— Henry, 896. 

J. W., 2540. 

Mythology, Indian, 252; Ojibwa, 271; Seneca, 282. 

Nagle, T. M., 897. 
Nahuan chronology, 352. 
Nahuatl manuscript, 322. 

Names, family, of Scotch origin, 2065; family and 
personal, in early New England, 563; geographi- 
cal, in Alabama, 1061-1063; geographical, in 
Washington state, 1708; of Canadian cities, 2871; 
Wisconsin Valley towns, 1749. 
Nantucket, Mass., 1320. 
Napa, Cal., 1090. 

Narragansett Bay, inscribed rocks of, 195. 
Narragansett trail, 559. 
Narvaez, Panfilo de, expedition of, 1527-1528, 383, 

429. 
Nasca, Peru, 365. 
Nash, Abner, 1975. 

Frank, 1976. 

Mrs. M. B., 1768. 

Nashua, N. H., 2074. 

Nashville, Teun., 2231. 

Nasmith, G. G., 3099. 

Nassau, Grave van, 3242. 

Natchez Indians, 237, 708. 

Natchez trace, 1010. 

Nation, Massachusetts 's position in the life of, 1303. 

National archives, condition of, 53; material for the 

history of the states in, 45. 
National association of state war history organi- 
zations, 113. 
National board for historical service, 128. 
National capital, agitation for removal to the West, 

953. 
National cash register company, 1986. 
National cemetery, Arlington, 531. 
National council for the social studies, 91. 
National emblem, eagle as a, 532. 
National government and administration, 2409-2429. 
National guard in the World war, Illinois, 996; 

Pennsylvania, 998. 
National institutions founded by the Pilgrims, 585. 
National legend, history versus, 177. 
National observatory, early movements for, 813. 
National parks, 33; Mesa Verde, 227; Yellowstone, 

1015, 1035. 
Nationality, progress of, in the North, 927. 
Natroma co., Wy., 1766. 
Nauvoo, 111., 2622. 

Navajo Indians, 1467; sand paintings, 276. 
Naval architecture, Franklin's experiments in, 1858; 

of the Confederacy, 858. 
Naval battles and campaigns. Civil war, 869, 919, 

929; our early, 2279; Revolutionary war, 771, 

772; Santiago de Cuba, 1898, 954; War of 1812, 

824. 
Naval expedition against Louisbourg, 1H5, 560. 
Naval history, 2275-2303; forgotten chapter in, 1892; 

impressment of seamen by Great Britain, 2308; 

study course in, 528; World war, 972, 984. See 

also Privateering. 
Naval history society, historical collection of, 76. 
Naval institute. United States, 2300. 
Naval warfare, of the Confederacy, 858. 



Navarrete, Martin Fernandez de, 402. 

Navigation, in Wisconsin, 1741. 

Navigation acts, English, 550. 

Navy, Confederate, 896, 902. 

Navy, U. S., at the battles of Trenton and Prince- 
ton, 775; biography of an admiral in, 1840; how 
Cleveland and Whitney made the new, 951; in 
the Spanish-American war, 956; life in, a hun- 
dred years ago, 2295; medical officers of, 2297, 
2299; Secretary of, 1897-1902, 1956; slogans of, 
2301. 

Navy department, U. S., 2293. 

Nebraska, 1407-1411; genealogical records, 2232; 
journey to, in 1857, 466. 

Nebraska Indians, 713. 

Negroes, bibliography, 15; biography, 114; college 
for, in Africa, 2667; colonization in Africa, 
1826, 2667; economic development of, 2536; 
education of, 2534, 2536, 2667; educational 
efforts for, 1862-1872, 2680; freeing of, 942; in 
domestic service, 2527; in the United States, 
2542; in Virginia, education and economic 
development of, 1667; infantry regiment, 2294; 
Methodism and, 2609; movement from the 
east to the Gulf states, 1830 to 1850, 842; pioneer 
newspaper, 2546; preacher, 2650; school for, in 
Indiana. 2686; school for negro girls in Con- 
necticut, 18S3, 2730; servitude, in the United 
States, 836; significant facts in the history of, 
2535; slavery, 835-843; soldiers of the World 
war, 973; teaching the history of, 71. 

Nelson, Knute, 1360. 

W. H., 2813. 

Netherlandish association for emigration to the 
United States, 2538. 

Netherlands, first treaty with the United States, 
2332; trade relations with the United States, 
1814-1914, 2322. 

Neutral rights, World war, 943. 

Neutrality, of Kentucky, in 1861, 924. See also 
Alabama claims. 

Nevada, earliest crossing of the desert of, 478; life 
of a pioneer in, 1412. 

Nevin, John, 1599. 

Nevins, Allan, 480, 2384a. 

New Bedford, Mass., 1295. 

New Canaan, Conn., 2233. 

New England, ancestral heads of families, 1620-1700, 
2234; antiquities, 194, 195; colonial history, 82, 
556-624; diaries, 1602-1800, 8; Dominion of, 558; 
ecclesiastical history of, 587; Federalist party 
leaders in, 2049; high schools in, before 1865, 
2677; Jackson's visit to, 1833, 826; kitchens of, 
in 1825, 1051; meeting house and church in, 
1043; memories of, 1016; pirates of the New Eng- 
land coast, 1630-1730, 562; religious matters, 82; 
Revolutionary period, 1691-1776, 556; signi- 
ficance of the early years of the history of, 564; 
ujiexplored region in the history of, 557; vessels 
in the expedition against Louisbourg, 1745, 560. 

New Englanders. See Yankees. 

New France, 2903-2970; expedition to capture 
Boston proposed, 1700, 2962; first bishop of, 
see Laval de Montmorency; Jesuit missionary 
in, 2936; medical practice in, 3035; postal system 
of, 2932; slaves in, 2952. 

New Glarus, Wis., 1725. 

New Granada, Kingdom of, 3168. 



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255 



New Hampshire, 1413-1426; Christian chun.-h in, 
2590; coast forts in, 508; colonial history, 568, 
509; political administration in, 2438; Revolu- 
tionary ofliccr and legislator of, 20fiO; Revolu- 
tionary pensioners of, 798. 
New Hampshire historical society, 2521. 
New Harmony, Ind., 1198, 1979. 
New Haven, Conn., 1119, 223.'-). 
New Jersey, 1427-1403; aboriginal inhabitants of, 
284; biography, 1804, 1953, 1985; colonial history, 
040-050; commissions, civil and military, 17S6~ 
17.31, 048; controversies between royal governors 
and their assemblies, 540; early newspaper of, 
2551; e.xtracts from American newspapers re- 
lating to, 1775, 729; genealogy, vital records, 
etc., 2243, 2204, 2205, 2272; in the year 1098, 049; 
Indians of, 308; movements of Revolutionary 
troops in, 757; paper currency, 1709-1786, 646; 
papers of Governor William Livingston, 1776- 
1790, 40; Presbyterian church in Chatham, 
2620; public school system of, 2084; Revolution- 
ary soldiers of, 797; settlers in Georgia from 
1145; Siloam cemetery inscriptions, 2255;, 
teaching of the Constitution in, 130. 
New Jersey historical society'library, genealogical 

inde.x to, 37. 
New London co., Conn., 1110a. 
New Mexico, 1404-1471; antiquities, 187, 189, 192, 
199, 200, 205, 206, 208-210, 227, 229, 230; Canadian 
expedition to, 1739, 700; founding of, 1580-1600, 
1400; historical documents relating to, to 1773, 
3166. 
Now Mexico, Historical society of, 1993, 1994. 
New Mills, Mass., 1337. 
New Netherland, Walloon emigration to, 027a, 

632, 640. 

New Orange, how New York became, 039. 

New Orleans, La., 1273; and her trade with the 

West, 1272; "battle of the handkerchiefs," 

1863, 800; historian of, 1912; in 1700, 1268; in 

1867, 1263; possibilities for historical research in, 

119. 

New Spain, antiquities of, 3159; conquerors and 

settlers of, 3167; explorers and conquerors of, 

3166; industrial arts of, 3174; Kino's missionary 

work and exploration in, 715; Spanish colonial 

administration in, 1466. See also Spanish 

America, colonial period. 

New York city, celebration of the 25th anniversary 

of the greater city, 1505; Common council of, 

minutes, 1675-1776, 57; early abolition days in, 

2384a; famous men and places in the history of, 

1509; Greenwich savings bank, 1484; history 

and geography of, text-book, 1510; history 

text-books used in schools of, 58, 137; how it 

became New Orange, 639; Indians of, 625; 

landmarks of, 1481; literary folks of, 2781; 

Maritime association of the port of New York, 

2476; memories of old, 1508; Monroe house, 

1492; of the seventies, 1487; views and prints of, 

1633-1878, 1517. 

New York historical society, 57. 

New York public library, 2516; manuscripts in, 47. 

New York (state), 1472-1520; a builder of, 1838a; 

canals of, 2486, 2492a; colonial history, 540, 

625-645; controversies between royal governors 

and their aseemblies, 540; Council of appoint- 



ment, minutes of, 1778-1779, 739; early temper- 
ance movement in, l.OOO; genealogy, vital re- 
cords, etc., 2199, 2202, 2210, 2213, 2214, 2219-2221, 
2224, 22:iC, 2244, 2245, 2247-2250, 2252, 2261-220.3; 
high school system of, 2070; Indians of, ZMi, 310; 
infantry, 1st regt., ln/,6-tHi6, 1099; infantry in 
the C:ivil war, 897; Jews in Rochest»'r. 2.''>43; litera- 
ture of BulTalo, 2792; monument on the battle- 
flcld of .\ntietam, 898; northern boundary of, 
1038; Odd Fellows in the district of Schnectady, 
2524; organization of counties, 1475; political 
history of, 18H2-um, 1472; Presbyterian church 
in Penn Yan, 2025b; Revolutionary soldiers 
and sailors of, 799; social studios in, 103; trade 
and trade routes of the northern part, 1482; 
tuberculosis prevention in, 1474. 
New York university, 2734. 
"New York age," newspaix;r, 2.540. 
Newark, N. J., 1450. 
Newburgh on-the-Ohio, Ind., 1205. 
Newbury, Mass., 2237. 
Newcastle, Wy., 1707. 

Newcastle pai)ors in the British museum, 538. 
Newcomb, B. M., 2146. 
Newcomb family, 2146. 
Newcombe, C. F., 3133. 
Newfoundland, in the Great war, 3012; Sir Francis 

Bacon's influence in the founding of, 3015. 
Newfoundland fishery dispute, 23.30. 
•Newmarket, Va., battle of, 186^, 801. 
Newport, R. I., 620, 102;}, 1027, 1629; Revolutionary 

defences of, 785; stamp act riot, 7.34. 
Newport News, Va., 1685. 
Newspaper service, auxiliary, 2558. 
Newspapers, bibliography of American, 1690-1820* 
3; Boston, 1792-1793, 2.5.54; early American, 82; 
early Oregon, 2549; Elizabethtown, N. J., 1443; 
first bilingual in America, 539; Franklin's 
German newspaper, 1751-1752, 539; French, 
2554; Missouri, 1386: North Carolina, prior to 
1800, 138; received by the Kansas state historical 
society, 13; value as historical sources, 153a, 
153b; Washington Territory, 25,53; Wilkesbarre, 
Pa., 1581. See also Boston Globe, Journalism, 
and Springfield Republican. 
Newton, A. P., 899. 

Stanley, 1355a. 

Niagara Falls, reunion of New York and Virginia 

regiments at, in 1883, 9.39. 
Niagara frontier, 1506. 
Niagara frontier society of New York, 1506. 
Nicaragua, Moravian missions in, 2616. 
Nichol, Robert, 3081. 
Nicholas, R. C, 741. 
NichoUs family, 1271. 
Nichols, C. J., 783. 

C. L., 46. 

E. P., 2147. 

J. T., 1900. 

N. R., 2148. 

R. T., 523, 23S5. 2.386. 

Nichols genealogy, 2147, 2148. 
Nichols homestead, 1450. 
Nicholson, P. C, 1628, 1630. 
Nicklin, J. B., 2141. 
Nickolls, R. B., 1326. 
Nida, W. L., 524. 
Niles, Edward, 639. 



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INDEX 



Nine Partners patent, 644. 

Ninigret's daughter, 309. 

Nisbett, Alexander, 1639. 

Nixon, H. C, 1226. 

NizquaUy, Fort, Wash., 1704. 

Noble, R. E., 1864. 

Nomenclature, early New England, 563. See also 
Names. 

Noreross, G. H., 841, 1327. 

Nordenskiold, Erland, 3240. 

Norfolk CO., Mass., 2238. 

Norfolk CO., Ont., 2992. 

Normal schools, 90; first in America, 2720; idea in 
Indiana, 1787; system in Missouri, 1787. 

Normandale, Ont., 3095, 3096. 

Norris, J. M., 1600. 

Norse discovery of America, 441, 447, 456. See also 
Vinland voyages. 

Norse settlement in Canada, 3000. 

North, Asahel, 481. 

Marcus, 481. 

Roger, 3243. 

North Carolina, 1521-1530; bibliography, 6; county 
records, 138; governor of, / 779-/ 78/, 1976; in the 
World war, 986; lawyers in the World war, 
1525; legislative power in, 2439a; newspapers 
prior to 1800, 138; public letters and papers of 
governor of, 1917-1921, 2439; Scotch-Irish settle- 
ment in, 697; troops at Gettysburg, 856. 

North Carolina historical commission, 138. 

North Dakota, 1531-1545; Chippewa Indians in, 
261; pioneers in education in, 2685. 

North Dakota, University of, 2692, 2693, 2700, 2701, 
2708, 2719. 

North Dakota state historical society, 88. 

North Pole, 460-462. 

Northampton, Mass., 1315. 

Northfield, Mass., 1328. 

Northwest, expansion towards, 1803-1867, 503; fur 
trade in, 1056, 1057. See also Great Lakes re- 
gion. 

Northwest, Old, commerce and Union sentiment 
in, in 1860, 830; description and travel, in 1785, 
472; description of settlements in, in 1788, 468; 
Draper collection of manuscripts relating to, 51; 
early settlement of, 1170; French expansion in, 
721; historical collection relating to, 120; source 
material for the history of, 1813-1814, 819. See 
also Illinois country. Northwest Territory, and 
Ohio country. 

Northwest, Pacific, bibliography, 24; early relations 
with the Hawaiian Islands, 1034; Hudson's Bay 
company's post in, 3127a; Hudson's Bay com- 
pany regime, 3131; introduction of cattle into, 
1032; stories of, for children, 1007. See also 
Oregon country, and Pacific coast. 

Northwest coast, Hudson's Bay company post on, 
3127a; maritime fur trade on, 1028; second voy- 
age of the Columbia to, 1029. 
Northwest company of Canada, 1374, 2973a; 2983, 

3087. 
Northwest states, constitutions of, 2430a. 

Northwest Territories of Canada, contest between 

governor and assembly, 1888-1893, 3116. 
Northwest Territory, Indian relations of, from 1813 
to 1831, 1008. 

Norton, H. F., 1329. 
J. A., 1087. 



Norwegian folk society in Minnesota, 1367. 
" Norwegians, in Minnesota, 1370; in North Dakota, 
1532. 

Norwood, J. N., 2613. 

Robert, 3011. 

Notre Dame, Ind., 2588. 

Nott, G. W., 2832. 

Nova Scotia, 3017-3025; superintendent of educa- 
tion in, 1850-1855, 3008. 

Novel of democracy, 2778. 

Noyes, G. W., 2656. 

J. H., 2656. 

Nueva Galicia, 3166. 

Nueva Umbria, 3169. 

Nueva Viscaya, 3166. 

Numismatics of Massachusetts, 1336. See also 
Medals. 

Niinez Cabeza de Vaca, Alvar, 406. 

Nuriez de Balboa, Vasco, 401. 

Nursey, W. R., 823. 

Nute, G. L., 1039, 1373-1375. 

Nutting, Wallace, 1118, 1330, 1417. 

Nye, E. W. (Bill), 1758. 

Obregon, Alvaro, 31^. 

O'Brien, H. V., 1175. 

M. A., 2657. 

M. J., 802, 1601. 

"Observator," 609. ■• 

Observatory, national, 813. 

O'Callaghan, E. B., 57. 

Ocampo, Juan de, 3169. 

Octoraro Creek, Pa., 1595. 

O'Daniel, V. F., 2657. 

Odd fellows, Independent order of, 2524. 

O'Farrell, C. O., 2067. 

Officers, Revolutionary. See Revolutionary ofla- 
cers. 

Ogden, P. S., 1054. 

Ogg, F. A., 2421. 

Oglethorpe, J. E., 704. 

O'Hara, C. C, 2711. 

O'Hara's Point, Que., 2951. 

Ohio, 1546-1557; antiquities, 225; biography, 2016; 
German language press in the campaign of 1920,. 
2394; historicalinterestsof the state, 79; Lincoln 
and, 1555; Lutheran orphans' and old folks*' 
home at Toledo, 2531; Methodist church in, 
1812-1826, 2612; militia companies, 1797-1817, 
1024; militia companies, 181S-18U, 819; Mor- 
gan's raid into, 878; pioneer life in Cleveland, 
98; prehistoric mounds in, 225; Sisters of Char- 
ity in, 2578; Sisters of Mercy in, 2573; state aid 
and control of historical work in, 79. 

Ohio country, Lesueur's sketches, 1816-1837, 41; 
pioneer settlements of, 1549. -See also North- 
west, Old. 

Ohio valley, early educational leadership in, 2678; 
French expansion in, 721. 

Ohio river, 1191. 

Ojibwa myths, 271. 

Oklahoma, 1558, 1559; constitutional convention of > 
2440. 

Old folks' home at Toledo, O., 2531. 

Old Lyme, Conn., 2239. 

Old Northwest. See Northwest, Old. 

Old Ute Ford of the Colorado river, 1017. 



INDEX 



257 



Old world, pre-Columbian relationshij) of the New 
world and, 216. See also Europe. 

Oldham, W. ¥., 200.3. 

Oliver, J. W., 1601a. 

Olivier, E. II., 3116. 

Ollantay, 375. 

Ollivier, F. O., 784. 

Olnoy, Richard, 945. 

Omaha, Nebr., 1411. 

Oneida community, 2656. 

Onondaga CO., N. Y., 799. 

Ontario, Province of, 3073, 3110; aboriginal agri- 
culture in, 204; Al^onfiuin Indians of, 277; in 
the war of 1812, 2992-2995; Indians of, 2902; Pro- 
vincial museum, 33rd archaeological report of, 
2902. 

Ontario historical society, 3082. 

Open door doctrine, 2:K)0. 

Orangcburgh township, S. C, 698. 

Orderly books. New England, 1602-1800, 8; Revolu- 
tionary, 726. 

Oregon, 1560-1566; bar, 2404; first newspapers of, 
2549; incidents of the early fifties at Portland, 
1090. 

Oregon country, account of, in 1849, 469; armed ex- 
pedition to take possession of, proposal for, 
I84I, 1022; British and American struggle for 
the maritime fur trade, 1028; ColonelGrimsley's 
proposed expedition to, in 1841, 1022; first 
printing press in, 1004; first settlers in, 1046; 
Hudson's Bay company in, 1013, 1056, 1057; 
introduction of cattle into, 1032; Methodist 
missionary in, 1020; operations against the 
Indians in, 18^7, 1013; Ranald MacDonald's 
narrative of life in, 1036; visit of a missionary to, 
in 1839, 1004. See also Astorians, Northwest 
(Pacific), and Pacific coast. 

Oregon trail, 1401. 

Orient. See China, Japan, and Korea. 

Orleans, Island of, Que., 2958. 

Orleans, Mass., 2205. 

Orme-Webb, R. O., 3134. 

Ormeaux, Sieur des, 2908a. 

Ornament, architectural, 2745. 

Orphan railroad, 1706. 

Orphanage, Tennessee Confederate, 932; Toledo, 
O., 2531. 

Orr, J. G., 2149. 

J. P., 2149. 

R. B., 2902. 

Orton, J. J., 1728. 

Osgoode Hall, Toronto, 3103. 

Osman, E. G., 716. 

Osterhout, G. H., 699. 

Oswego, N. Y., defence of, in 1756, 551. 

Outlaw band in Iowa, in the 1880's, 1234. 

Outlines. See Text-books, outlines, etc. 

Overland journey, from Astoria to St. Louis in 1812, 
1014; to California in the fifties, 473, 476, 1085; 
to Oregon, early, 1565. 

Overland mail, Butterfield's, 2482. See also Pony 
express. 

Overseas commerce, in Anglo-American diplomatic 
history, 2307. See also Maritime trade, and 
Merchant marine. 

Oviedo y Valdfiz, G. F. de, 429, 429a. 

Owen, Robert, 1978, 1979. 



Pace, K. B., 2785. 

Pacheco, Felix, 1880. 

Pacific coast, description and travel, 1849, 4fi9; 
maritime fur trade on, 1028; material in Ixin- 
don archives relating to the hi.story of, 42; 
Vancouver's voyage along, 1792, 423. See alto 
Northwest (Pacific), and Oregon country. 

Pacific coast branch of the American historical 
association, 15th annual meeting, 19!9, 64. 

Pacific fur company, 10(XJ, 1046. 

Pacific Islands, 328.'>-3296. 

Pacific Northwest. See Northwest (Pacific), 
and Oregon country. 

Pacific Ocean, di.scovery of, 401; expansion on, 
1845-1898, 5a3; history, 3285; whale fishery, 1036. 

Pacifique, Jtfv. Pere, 2947, 2948, 3023. 

Packard, B. E., 1860. 

Packer, B. G., 1739. 

Paetow, L. J., 139. 

Page, F. E., 3100. 

Rosewell, 2818. 

Capt. Samuel, 2494. 

T. J., 2295. 

T. N., 1133, 2815. 

W. II., 1980-1983. 

Page family of Virginia, 1668. 

Pageantry, historical, 87; for Iowa communities, 
1218; question of, 1207. 

Paine, A. P., 2152. 

R. D., 1331. 

Thomas, 1771. 

Paine family, 2150-2152. 

Painting, Hudson River school of, 2747. See also 
Fine arts, and Portraiture. 

Paintings, by Paul Revere, 2002; famous, 806; 
Navajo sand, 276. See also Portraits. 

Palais-Bourbon, Paris, 326. 

"Palatine ship," the real, 615. 

Palau y Dulcet, Antonio, 20. 

Palisades interstate park, 1440. 

Palm, F. C, 140. 

Palma, Ricardo, 3281. 

Palmer, A. F., 1778. 

E. S., 1508. 

G. T., 2393. 

J. M., 1984, 2062, 2393. 

Palmyra, 111., 1171. 

Paltsits, V. H., 21, 47, 2296. 

Pamphleteers of the Revolution, 82. 

Panama canal, 3199; bibliography, 34; treaties, 
1899-1901, 2314. 

Pan American conferences, 2321. 

Pan American union, 3151; bust of General San- 
tander presented to, 3260, 3261, 3263. 

Pan Americanism, 2304, 2305, 2326. 

Panhandle-plains historical society, 65. 

Pan Hispanism, 3150. 

Panic, financial, 1857, 466. 

Papago Indians, 264. 

Pape, T., 2192. 

Paper money, Maryland, 1727-1789, 664; New Jer- 
sey^ 1709-1786, 646. 

Papineau, L. J., 2973. 

Paraguay, 3279, 3280; Jesuits in, 3170; Portuguese 
discoveror of, 3280. 

Parallel, forty-fifth, as boundary line, 1038; forty- 
ninth, as boundary line, 1042. 



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INDEX 



Pardee, W. S., 1119. 

Parham, W. E., 1647. 

Parish education in colonial Virginia, 696. 

Parish of the Province of Maryland, first, 669. 

Park, Lawrence, 611, 2755. 

Park and Parks family, 2152a-2153a. 

Parker, A. C, 281, 282, 1974, 2902. 

A. D. (Mrs. Alton Brooks), 586. 

C. W., 1453. 

G. F., 949-951. 

H. T., 1941. 

James, 1985. 

M., 1041. 

P. A., 900. 

Quanah, 235a. 

Theodore, 1985a; library of, 2517. 

W. T., 2156. 

Parker family, 2156. 
Parkhurst, C. H., 2658. 

Clint, 901. 

Parkman, Francis, 60, 99, 124, 141, 153, 178, 178a, 

181, 182. 
Parks, F. S., 2153, 2154, 2253. 

W. M., 902. 

Parks, Palisades interstate park, 1440; Turkey Run 

state park, Ind., 1199. See also National parks. 



of Upper 
Legislative 



219. 



Parliament, of Manitoba, first, 3124; 

Canada, 1792-1841, 3106. See also 

assembly. 
Parra-Perez, C, 3180. 
Parris Island, S. C, 699. 
Parsons, F. H., 219. 

Parsons collection of Alabama pottery, 
Parties, political. See Political parties. 
Paso y Troncoso, Francisco del, 326. 
Pastells, Pablo, 3170. 
Paterson, R. G., 1538. 
Patriotism, history teaching and, 148, 161; religious 

aspects of, 1854; text-books in, 527. 
Pattee, F. L., 2786. 
Patterson, G., 3024. 

J. H., 1986. 

S. W., 1509, 1510. 

Pattie, J. O., 1027. 
Patwin houses, 285. 
Paullin, C. O., 813, 1042. 
Paxson, F. L., 526. 

H. P., 2081. 

Paxson family, 2081. 

Paxton, Charles, 745. 

Paxton, Mass., 1300. 

Payne, J. H., homestead of, 1499. 

Peabody, S. H., 2737. 

Peabody museum of archaelogy and ethnology, 

2725. 
Peace conference, 1918-1919, 1003. 
Peach Bottom railway company, 1596. 
Peale, C. W., 2765, 2766. 
Pearce, J. A., 1987. 
Pearson, E. L., 1830. 
Pease, T. C, 142, 989a, 990, 1177, 2387. 
Peckham, E.L.,483. 
Pecorini, Alberto, 500. 
Pedro II, Emperor of Brazil, 3247a. 
Peirson, C. L., 1988. 
Pelzer, Louis, 143. 
Pemberton family, 2157. 
Penacook, N. II., 2590. 



Pendleton, Charles, 144. 

Penn family, 654. 

Pennamite-Yankee war, 1580. 

Pennington, J., 432. 

Pennsylvania, 1567-1621; agriculture in, prior to 
1800, 2449; archaeology and early history of the 
Allegheny river, 196; biography, 1913; Catholic 
pioneers in western, 2568; colonial history, 651- 
662; genealogy, vital records, etc., 2206, 2212, 
2216, 2240; German settlement in, 659; Highland 
regiments in, during the French and Indian 
war, 555; land titles in western part, 653; Luth- 
eran church in, 2602. 2603; Methodist church 
in Pittsburg, 2614; militia, history of, 998; na- 
tional guard in the World war, 998; newspapers 
of, 1690-1820, 3; prehistoric quarries and work- 
shops in, 227; Presbyterian churches in, 2625a, 
2627, 2627b, 2628; Quaker experiment in coloni- 
zation, 2596; Quakers in, 2598, 2600, 2601; sol- 
diers of the Revolution, 803; treaty with the 
Five Nations, 1721, 283. 

Pennsylvania Germans, 1605; church records of, 
2216. See also Schwenkfelders. 

Penn Yan, N. Y., 2625b. 

Pensioners, Revolutionary, 1591, 1678. 

Pensions, U. S. Bureau of, 2428. 

Pentecost, E, H., 562. 

Percee, Pile, 3036, 3037. 

Percy, Earl, retreat from Lexington to Boston, 781. 

Pereyra, Carlos, 433, 3248. 

Perez, Juan, expedition of, 1774, 412. 

P. N., 3171. 

P6rez Bustamente, Ciriaco, 434. 

Perham, A. S., 903. 

Periodicals, checklist of American, 1741-1800, 2. 

Perkins, Dexter, 3181. 

Perlman, P. B., 2436. 

Perrier, Philippe, 3056. 

Perrine, H. D., 2197. 

Perrot, Nicholas, 1730. 

Perry, A. L., 1989. 

Carroll, 1989. 

W. J., 220. 

Persius, Captain von L., 957. 

Perth, Ont., 3101. 

Peru, 3281-3283; civil wars in, 16th century, 3153; 
conquest of, 1522-1548, 3153, 3156; early chronicle 
of, 44; Incas of, 338; Jesuits in, 3170. 

Peruvian knot record, 345. 

Peruvians, diseases of the ancient, 355. 

Peters, Samuel, 3094. 

Petersburg, Va., 680, 2608. 

Peterson, A. E., 1481. 

O. W., 2590. 

Petriconi, H., 3156. 

Petroglyphs, of Colombia, 373. See also Kensington 
rune stone, and Rocks, inscribed. 

Pewter, early use of, 597. 

Phelps, W. L., 1938, 1939, 2787. 

Philadelphia, Pa., 2240; early architects and en- 
gineers of, 1586; early scientists of, 1607; French 
refugees from Santo Domingo in, 810; Monthly 
meeting of Friends, minutes of, 1738-1742, 652; 
newspapers of, 1690-1820, 3; philanthropic 
society established at, 2520 Presbyterian; 
churches of, 1613; Quakers in, 1594; St. Peter's 
church, 655; Society of the sons of Saint George 
established at, 2520; springs of, 1606; West 
Green street Presbyterian church, 1577; 
Wistar house, 1593a. 



INDEX 



259 



Philadelphia city cavalry, 1574. 
Philanthrophy, 25:J0-2.')33; an endeavor in, 2007; 
Oeorgia as an elTort of, 70:1; society established 
at Philadelphia in 1772, 2520. 
Philemon, James, 37f5. 
Philhower, C. A., 284, 1454-1450. 
Philippine Lslands, 3292-'5290; America's economic 
policy toward, 2441; bibliography, 34; govern- 
ment of, 3294; progress under American rule, 
3293. 
Philips, Edith, 814. 
Phillips, C. II., 1539. 

G. B., 221. 

P. C, 1057. 

S. W., 3289. 

Phillips Exeter academy, 2095. 
Philosopher, the American, 2787. 
Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity, 2073. 
Phoebe Apperson Hearst memorial volume, 285. 
Phyfe, Duncan, 19W. 

Physicians, early Maryland, 1798; in the Revolu- 
tion, 753; North Dakota pioneer, 1533. 
Physiological research, 2855a. 
Piasa rock, 400. 
Picard, J. L., 1740. 
Pickett, S. E., 2532. 
Pickett's charge at Gettysburg, 884. 
Pictographs, Indian, 400. Sec also Kensington rune 

stone, Petroglyphs, and Rocks, inscribed. 
Pictures, American history lantern slides and 

stereographs, 518. See also Piuntiugs. 
Piedmont, battle of, 1864, 881. 
Piegan Indians, 1401. 
Pierson family, 2158. 
Pieters, A. J., 1350. 
Pigafctta, Antonio, 435. 
Pike family, 2080. 
Pilgrim spirit, 591. 
Pilgrims, 82; historic shrines of, 580; institutions 

founded by, 585; origin and influence of, 580. 
Pilots, early Spanish, 438. 
Pima Indians, 245. 

Pimeria Alta, missions and e.xplorations in, 715. 
Pinckney, Thomas, 230S. 
Pindar, P. A., 2751. 
Pindell, Richard, 1991. 
Pifieiro Requejo, Constantino, 430. 
Pinkney, William, 1775. 

Pioneer life, in Illinois, 1152, 1154, 1109, 1181; in Indi- 
ana, 1189, 1190, 1200; in Iowa, 1214, 1222, 1225, 1231; 
in Kansas, 1239, 1253; in Michigan, 1357, 1358; 
in Missouri, 1381; in North Dakota, 1531, 1533, 
1540-1542; in Oregon, 1500, 1564, 1505; in Wis- 
consin, 1714, 1754; in Wyoming, 1700, 
Pioneers, Minnesota, 1300. 
Piper, J. H., 1178. 
Piracy, in the colonial period, 543; in the West 

Indies, 3200. 
Pirates of the New England coast, 16S0-1730, 501, 

502. See also Buccaneers. 
Pitcairn, John, 2002. 
Pitt, William, bust of, 1603. 

Pittsburgh, Pa., bust of William Pitt presented to, 
1003; Methodist church in, 2614; newspapers of, 
attitude toward the Kansas-Nebraska bill, 1592. 
Pitzman, Julius, 904. 
Pius IX, United States at the court of, 2329. 



Pizarro, Francisco, 4f)8. 
Place, C. A., 1043. 
" Plain Speaker," newspaper, 30S8. 
Plainflcld, N. J., 1442. 
Plains of Abraham, battle of, 2969, 2970. 
Plantation life in Texas, 16M. 
Plants used in Indian basketry, 28.5. 
Piatt, T. C, 1472, 1992. 
Platteville (Wis.) academy, 1740. 
Playter, G. F., 3101. 
Pleadwell, F. L., 2297, 2298. 
Pleasant Hill, la., 1222. 
Plischke, Hans, 437. 
Plumas CO., Cal., 1094. 
Plumb, R. G., 2487-2489. 
Plurner, William, 815. 
Plyler, M. T., 2649. 

Plymouth, Mass., 592; church records, 16S0-I869, 

587; deed to the church at, 1664, 574; Pilgrim 

tercentenary celebration at, 19S1, 571; vital 

records, 1754-1769, 2241. 

Plymouth colony,. 82, 570-591; deeds, 573, 574, 576, 

577; freemen, 1675, 581. 
Plympton, Mass., 2242. 
Pocahontas's last resting place, 083. 
Pocumtucks, 309. 
Poe, E. A., 282l-2821b; shrine at Richmond, Va., 

1689. 
Poetry, recent American, 2790; Virginian writers 

of, 1674. 
Polar exploration, 459-463. 
Polish pioneer in Wisconsin, 1714. 
Polish "Story of America," 500. 
Political affairs, 1876-1881, 833; campaign of 1800, 
811, 1206; diary of the period from 1803 to 1807, 
815; early North Dakota, 1545; Illinois, from 
1818 to 1848, 1177; Indiana, 1202, 1206, 2431; Iowa, 
2057, 2434; Maryland, 1831-1862, 1987; Minne- 
sota in the early eighties, 1300; New Hamp- 
shire, 2438; New York state, 1882-1905, 1472; 
Revolutionary period, 1784. 
Political biography, 1784, 1812, 1992; the middle 

19th century, 1829; South Carolina. 1038. 
Political campaigns, 811, 1206. See also Presiden- 
tial campaigns. 
Political conventions in Iowa, 2434. 
Political geography, trans-Mississippi, 1025. 
Political history of the United States, outline of. 

502a. 
Political ideals of Abraham Lincoln, 1939. 
Political institutions founded by the Pilgrims, 585. 
Political parties, 2374, 2370, 2384; in Iowa, 1224, 1226; 
leaders of, 2384; revolution of 1800, 2384; system, 
2374; Workingmen's party in Massachusetts, 
183S-18S4, 1304. See also under name of indi- 
vidual party. 
Political platforms, influence on legislation in 

Indiana. 2431; Iowa, 2434. 
Political science, bibliography of, 35. 
Political systems, place of party in, 2384. See also 

Two-party system. 
Political tendencies in the United States, 1776 to 

1801, 807. 
Political theory of Theodore Roosevelt, 2008. 
Politics, 2371-2395; national, glimpses of, from 

1880 to 1919, 944. 
Politics, government and law, 2304-2441. 



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Politics and government, colonial period, 540, 549; 
Maryland, colonial period, 667; monarchical 
tendencies in the United States from 1776 to 
1801, 807; of Canada, 2863-2865, 2888,2889, 2972, 
2973, 2975, 3004, 3010, 3071, 3082. See also Politi- 
cal affairs. 
Polk, G. W., 1648. 
Polk family, 2159. 
Pollock, I. L., 992. 

Pollock, Gilmour and Co., firm of, 2979, 2987. 
Poma de Ayala, F. G., 44. 
Porno, doctors and poisoners, 285; lands on clear 

Lake, CaL, 285. 
Pompton Plains, N. J., 2243. 
Pons, Antoinette de, 1278. 
Pony express, 2479, 2482a, 2483, 2492, 2494a. 
Poole, Elizabeth, 1317, 
Pope, S. T., 222. 
Population, westward movement of, 1050, 1652. 

See also Emigration. 
Population and race elements, 2534-2543; in colonial 
Pennsylvania, 657, 659, 661; in Minnesota, 
1367, 1370; in Wisconsin, 1750. See also under 
individual race. 
Populist movement, in Georgia, 1141; in Iowa, 1226; 

Kelly's army, 2509. 
Port Byron, N. Y., 2244. 
Port Dover, Ont., 2922, 2923. 
Port Richmond, N. Y., 2245. 
Port Royal, Nova Scotia, key of, 606. 
Port Ryerse, Ont., 3107, 
Porter, Horace, 905. 

William Sydney, 2825-2831. 

Portland Poynt. N. J., 1452. 

Porto Rico, 3226; bibliography, 34; our quarter 

century in, 3226. 
Portrait painters, early, 2754, 2755, 2758, 2768. 
Portraits by Gilbert Stuart, 2035. 
Portraiture, early American, 2738. 
Portsmouth, N, H., 1418, 1420, 1421; savings bank, 

1416. 
Portugal, separation of Brazil from, 3183. 
Portuguese, colonial system, 3145; colonization in 
Brazil, 3244, 3248; discovery of Brazil, 3246a; 
discovery of Paraguay and Bolivia, 3239. 
Posey CO., Ind., 186. 
Postage stamps, Canadian, 2887. 
Postal system in New France, 2932. See also Mail. 
Postell, John, 2260. 
Potomac company, 1039. 

Potomac river, opening up of navigation of, 1039. 
Pottawattomie chief, 235. 
Pottery, ancient Mexican, 318, 319; prehistoric, 199, 

200, 219, 366; Sarcee, 292, 297. 
Pousette-Dart, Nathaniel, 2771. 
Powder river expedition, 1866, 1762. 
Powel, H. W. H., 785. 

M. E., 1629. 

Powell, Maud, 1778. 

T. R., 1908. 

W. A., 588. 

Wilfred, 755. 

Power commission. Federal, 2414. 
Pragmatism, 2782, 2789. 
Prather, S. V.,287. 
Pratte, Henri, 2586. 

Pre-Columbian communication between America 
and Africa, 455. 



Pre-Columbian period. See Aboriginal America. 

Prenter, Anna, 906. 

Prentiss, Sergeant, 1775. 

Presbyterian church, 2626-2628; Philadelphia, Pa., 
1577, 1613. 

"Present du roi," the term, 2961. 

President, U. S., relations with the Senate, 2418. 

Presidential campaign, first Republican, 2386; of 
1800, 811; of 1824, 2383a; of 1860, 1615, 2391; 
of 1876, 833; of 1916, 2376; of 1920, 2376, 2394. 

Presidents of the United States, lives of, 1774; per- 
sonal recollections of, 947; visits to Newport 
R. I., 1629. 

Press, freedom of, during the Civil war, 853; in Que- 
bec, 3058. 

Press. See Printing press. 

Preston, H. W., 623. 

Preston geneology, 2160. 

Preuss, K. T., 356, 357, 3262. 

Price, R. R., 2712. 

Prichard, Walter, 146. 

Priestley, H. I., 3192. 

Joseph, 2859. 

Prince, L. B., 1469, 1993, 1994. 

William, 1995. 

Prince Edward Island, 3026-3029; Cartier at, 2948. 

Prince George co., Va., 1693a. 

Princess Patricia's Canadian light infantry, 3014. 

Princeton, battle of, 775. 

Princeton university, class of 1898, 2713. 

Printing and publishing, 2544-2560. See also Book 
trade, Journalism, and Press. 

Printing press, first in Illinois, 1186; first in the 
Oregon country, 1004. 

Prisoners of war. War of 1812, 816. 

Prisons, Civil war, 865. 

Private schools, 1194. 

Privateering in the colonial period, 543. 

Privateers, Bermuda, 1739-1748, 3204; in the Ameri- 
can revolution, of Beverly, Mass., 772. 

Prize cases, 1789-1918, 2313, 

Probate records, of Westmoreland, Pa., 1608. See 
also Deeds and Wills. 

Procter, A. G., 1934. 

Proctor, Henry, 1353a. 

J. C, 1134. 

Prohibition, in Kansas, 1244, 1246. See also Tem- 
perance movement. 

Propaganda in history textbooks, 80. 

Prosch, T. W., 1709. 

Prost, Joseph, 2582, 

Protestant Episcopal church, 2629-2633; Mount 
Carmel, 111., 1172; St. John's, near Columbia, 
Tenn., 1648. 

Protestant propaganda in Spanish America, 3140. 

Proudfit, S. v., 223, 1135. 

Providence, R. I., marriage records, 2074. 

Providence, Va., 1690. 

Provosty, O. O., 1996. 

Prowell, G. R., 1604. 

Prud 'homme, L. A., 3124, 

Prussia and the American revolution, 787. 

Public documents, 30-35. 

Public health service, U. S., 2422. 

Public lands, Kentucky and Virginia, 1261, 1262. 
See also Land. 

Public schools, Boston, Mass., 2675; system of New 
Jersey, 2684. 



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Public works. See Intornal improvements. 

Publisher, biography of an Amc^rican, 1827, )H28. 

PublishinK, 2M4-2r)fK). 

Puckett, K. P., 1272. 

Pueblo nonito, N. Mex., 227. 

Pueblo Indians. 203, 290; revolution of 1080, H09. 

Puget Sound. 3i:«. 

Pugct Sound agricultural company, 1704. 

Pulido Rubio, Jos6, 4.38. 

Pulliam, W. E., 439. 

"Pundit club," 1504. 

Pupin, Michael, 1997. 

"Pure history law," 110. 

Purifoy, John, 907-914. 

Puritanism, 2787, 2789. 

Purysburg. S. C, 1035. 

Putnam, A. P., 1.3.33. 

Edmund, 1,334. 

Gen. Israel, 1307. 

G. H.,915, 1998. 

Herbert, 28, 43. 

Israel, 1998. 

Samuel. 2004. 

Putnam, publishing house of, 2560. 

Putnam co.. 111., 1183,2246. 

Putnam family, 2101. 

Pyle, Howard, 490. 

Pyramid, ancient Mexican, 370. 

Quaife, M. M., 1005, 1040, 1179, 1834. 
Quakerism on Prince Edward Island in 1774, 3028. 
Quakers, colony in the British West Indies, 3209, 
3210; education in the colony and state of New 
Jersey, 050; in Germantown, Pa., 1594; in the 
colonies, 2598; missionary endeavors of George 
Fox in America, 1670-1675, 541. 

Quantrill's guerrilla warfare, 1861-1865, 930. 

Quebec (city), American prisoners of war at, during 
the War of 1812, 810; bishops consecrated at, 
1772-1911, 3002; during the French period, 2904, 
2965; early days in, 2968; earthquake of 1003, 
2964; fall of, see Plains of Abraham, battle of; 
fire of 1866, 3065; fortifications of, 3044; hospital 
at, 2965; letters written from, 1776-1777, 2971; 
place where the surrender was signed, 1759, 
2960; tercentenary celebration of Archibishop 
Laval, 2954. 

Quebec, Province of, 3030-3072; colonization of, 
1760-1792, 2976; first assembly of, 3071; first 
registry offices of, 3069; freedom of the press in, 
3058; medicine in, under the French regime, 
3035; report of the Archivist for 1922-1923, 2950. 

Quebec expedition of 1775. See Arnold's march 
through Maine. 

Queens co., N. Y., 2247. 

Quiches, 375. 

Quickert, Carl, 1742. 

Quillwork, Indian, 273. 

Quimby family, 2162. 

Quinby, H. C, 1999, 2162. 

Quincy, 111., 1181. 

Quinn, A. H., 2788. 

Quipu, the ancient, 345. 

Quit rents in colonial New Jersey, 647. 

Race elements, 2534-2543. See also Population. 
Racial groups, contribution to American history, 
169, 2539; effort to rewrite American history. 



RadclifTft, E. W. V., 2164. 

Radical party in Now England, pre-RevoIutionary 

5.V]. 
Radin, Paul, 288. 
Ragatz, J. H., 26.VJ. 

L. J., 1718. 

Ragueneau's Relation of 164H-1G49, 21. 
Railroarl, Canadian Pacific, 2S74; Chicago, Rock 
Island and Pacific, 2477; Hudson Ray, 3117; 
Mohawk and Hudson, 2473; Mi.ssouri Pacific, 
2490; Orphan, 1706; Peach Hotlom. 1596; 
Union Pacific, 2495; Walla Walla and Columbia 
river, 2471. 
Railroad company, Spokane, Portland and Seattle, 

1705. 
Railroad labor board, 2411. 

Railroads, early trans-Mississippi, 2490, 2491; first 
pa.ssenger railroad in the United States, 2473; 
first transcontinental, 2482a; in Illinois, effect 
upon the economic and social life. 1 162; in Penn- 
sylvania, 1.590; in Washington state, 1705, 1706; 
progress of, 2496; transportation from the At- 
lantic states to the Mississippi river, 2469. 
Rainbow division, A. E. F., 980, 983. 
Rainsbarger family, 1234. 
Rainy Lakes Indians, 289. 
Raleigh, E. M., 1205. 
Ramage, C. J., 2026. 
Ramsburgh, E. R., 2107, 2134. 
Ranch, the W-bar, 1405. 
Ranch cattle industry, 1558. 
Ranch life, western, 1009. 
Rand, E. K., 590. 
Randall, D. R., 668. 
Randall genealogy, 2163. 
Randolph, A. M., 2660. 

John, 1771, 1779, 2000, 2001, 25.57. 

Richard, 1687. 

Randolph, Mass., 1294. 

Raney, W. F., 916. 

Rangers of the forest, in New France, 2931. 

Rankin. John. 2987. 

Rapalje. Sarah, 636a. 

Rapine, Daniel, 1122. 

Rappahannock company, 1688. 

Rappahannock river, navigation of, 1688. 

Rascoe, Burton. 1559. 

Ratcliff. John, 602. 

Rawdon, C. L., 795a. 

Rawlins, Gershom, 608. 

Ray, P. O., 2421. 

Rea, P. M., 2.522. 

Read, Charles. 1449. 

Readers, old time school, 2670. 

"Readers' guide to periodical literature," 22. 

Reading, Pa., 1569. 

Ready, John, 3029. 

Reagan, A. B., 289. 

R6al. Daniel, 358. 

Rebekah lodges, 2524. 

Rebellion of 1837 in Canada, 2973, 2980. 

Reconstruction, 945; in Arkansas, 952. 

Records of the past, value of, 564. 

Recruiting in Canada for the Union forces, 916. 

Red Cross, National society, 2532; base hospital no. 

38, 995. 
Red Paint Indians, of Maine, 280; burial in Ontario, 
280. 



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Red River expedition, of 1857, 3093; of 1869, 3121. 
Red River settlement, Man., 1223, 1373, 3118. 
Reed, Alma, 359-361. 

Reference books, American history, 19; genea- 
logical, 2068. 
Reformed chiu-ch, 2634; in Beaver Creek, O., 1548. 
Regents questions in American history, 147. 
Regiment, Carignan. See Carignan regiment. 
Regimental histories. Civil war, 935-940; Twenty- 
fourth infantry, 2294; World war, see Military 
units. 
Regional genealogy, vital records, etc., 2198-2274. 
Regional (local) history, 1004-1769. 
Relics, Revolutionary, 786. 

Religion, ancient Mexican, 365, 368, 369; Indian, 
236, 248, 265, 272, 339, 356 {see also Ancestor 
worship, Idols, Iroquois book of rites, and 
INIythology); of the negro slave, 843; primitive, 
growth of, 270. 
Religious books, 18th century, 637. 
Religious constitution of the Pilgi'im state, 584. 
Religious freedom, in provincial Maryland, 670. 

See also Free chiu-ch. 
Religious history, biography, 2035-2666; Canada, 
2903, 2940, 3028; early North Dakota, 1539; 
general, 2561, 2562; George Fox's mission to 
America, 1671-1673, 541; Illinois, 1172, 1178; 
Iowa, 1228; IMaryland, colonial period, 669, 
670; New England, colonial period, 82; New 
France, 2903, 2940; particular denominations, 
2563-2634; Philadelphia, 655; Plymouth, Mass., 
church records, 587. See also Churches. 
Religious orders, Catholic, 3032, 3062. See also 

Mercedarians, and Sisters. 
Religious society at Harvard college, 1719, 2706. 
Rembert, Madelaine. 2260. 
Remington, Frederic, 2739. 
Remington company at Ilion, N. Y., 1511. 
Renault, Raoul, 2887. 
Renehan, A. B., 290. 
Rensselaer co., N. Y., 2248. 

Rensselaerswyck, deed of patroonship of, 1680, 47. 
Rent rolls, Virginia, 1704, 695. 
Rents, quit, in colonial New Jersey, 647. 
Renville, Victor, 1044. 

"Republican court," the picture entitled, 806. 
Republican party, 2384; first presidential campaign, 

2386. 
"Rescue," steamer, 3097. 

Research, genealogical. See Genealogical research. 
Research, historical. See Historical research. 
Resorts, health. See Spas. 
Retana, W. E., 3294a. 
Renter, B. A., 2057. 
Revere, Paul, 2002; ride of, 1310. 
Revolution, American, 82; bibliographj-, 10; British 
invasion of Maryland, 1777, 1898; church in 
Virginia during, 2631; constitutional interpre- 
tation of, 748; Frederick the Great's influence 
on, 2328; general, 746-750; Gen. Tarleton's 
army in Virginia in 1781, 1901; James ]Monroe's 
part in, 1966; movement of troops in New 
Jersey, 1431; " new school " of historians of, 746; 
Paul Revere's ride, 1310; political ideas of, 749; 
promoter of, 770; roots of the economic and 
political struggle which caused, 557; sources 
and documents, 722-745, 1458; special, 751- 
795; surgeon of, 1991; treatment of, in history 
textbooks, 177; Van Tyne's history of the 
causes of, 105; warship of, 723. 



Revolution, Cuban, 1868, 3214; in Santo Domingo, 
3227; in the French West Indies, 1789-1793, 
3224. 
Revolutionary army, Washington's headquarters, 

1483, 1490. 
Revolutionary New England, 1691-1776, 556. 
Revolutionary officers and soldiers, 796-805, 1897; 

of the ship "Boston," 723. 
Revolutionary pensioners, 1591; Virginia, 1678. 
Revolutionary days, in Somerset, N. J., 1460; New 

Jersey side-lights on, 1430. 
Revolutionary diaries, 27. 

Revolutionary period, Spanish America, 3178-3184. 
Revolutionary sentiment in New England, growth 

of, 1691-1776, 556. 
Revolutionary societies, 795b. 
Reyes, Alfonso, 3193. 

J. S., 2441,3295. 

Reynolds, G. E., 2614. 

H. W., 1909. 

J. F., 2082. 

Reynolds family, 20S2. 
Rhiuelander, Wis., 1751. 
Rhinelander family, 2075. 

Rhode Island, 1622-1631; battle of, 1778, 785; 
colonial histor3^ 615-622; Constitution day in 
the schools of, 149; courts of, 2405; in 1780, 
1631; in 1784, 1630; part in making America, 
1622; prehistoric inscribed rocks of, 194, 195. 
Rhode Island campaign, 1778, 726, 785. 
Rial, W. H., 183Sa. 
Ribaut, Jean, 699. 
Ricard, Robert, 3173, 3249, 3250. 
Rice family, 1282, 2071. 
Rich, George, 1277. 
Richard, Father Gabriel, 1352. 
Richards, E. H., 1778. 
Richardson, Edward, 2003. 

• F. L., 917. 

John, 2989, 3071. 

WUlis, 150. 

Richardson genealogy, 2003, 2164. 
Richet, Etienne, 1077. 
Richland City, Wis., 1737. 
Richman, I. B., 1228. 
Richmond, F. J., 2951. 
Richmond, N. Y., 2249, 2250. 
Richmond, Ont., 3101. 

Richmond, Va., battles around, 1862, 845; how a 
woman helped to save, in 1864, 852; its people 
and its story, 1694; obituary notices, I8O4-I8S8, 
1696a; oldest house in, 1689. 
Richmond co., Va., 2251. 
Richmond co.. Wis., 1723. 
Richter, M. C, 1743-1747. 
Riddell, W. R., 2888, 2952, 2988, 2989, 3005, 3102- 

3106. 
Ride, Jack Jouett's, 1901; Paul Revere's, 1310, 
Ridings, J. W., 1392. 
Ridley, H.M., 2839. 
Riegel, R. E., 2490, 2491. 
Riel, Louis, 3125. 
Riker family, 2224. 
Riley, B. F., 1070. 

Woodbridge, 2789. 

Rio de la Plata, 3279. 

Rippy, J. F., 831. 

El Rito de los Frijoles, 188. 



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Rivard, Adjutor, 3058. 

Rives family, 2073. 

Rivet, Paul, 23, 313, 314, 302, 303. 

Rizal, Jo.sC', 3290. 

Road, military, from Florida to Alabama, 247.'>; 

in the state of Washington, 1090, 1703. See also 

Trails. 
Robbins, S. N., 1785. 

W. A., 2031. 

Robertnicr, L. J. I J. S., 1031. 
Roberts, F. II. II., 211. 

R. A., 703. 

R. L., 2624. 

Robertson, M. 13. S., 918. 

W. S., 2326. 

Robeson, G. F., 1229, 1230. 
Robidoux, Miguel, 1027. 
Robins, S. N., 1689, 1779, 1901. 
Robinson, A. V., 2269. 

C. R., 2010, 2013. 

J. n., 1780. 

L. E., 1839, 1942. 

O. W., 1357. 

Robitaille, Georges, 3058a. 
Roichambeau's army, 1631. 
Rochester, N. Y., 1486, 1497, 1501, 1504; biography, 

2018; Jews of, 1520. 
Rochester, University of, 1971. 
"Rock shelter" people, prehistoric, 215. 
Rockingham co., Va., 1678. 
Rocky Mountains, Canadian, 3111. 
Rocks, inscribed, 194, 195. See also Kensington 

rune stone. 
Rockwood, A. C, 2715. 

E. R.,24. 

Roddis, L. II., 442. 
Rodgcrs, Cleveland, 2840. 
Rodman, L. T., 1528. 
Rodriguez, E. B., 3296. 
Rogers, Elcazer, 2165. 

M. C, 1418. 

Mrs. Harry, 648. 

W. E., 919. 

Rogers genealogy, 2165. 

Rohdc, E. S., 704. 

Rolfe, Christopher, 1856. 

Rolph, John, 2973. 

Roman balance, use by the Indians, 362. 

Romero de Terreros, M., 3174. 

Rondeau, Clovis, 3126. 

Ronze, Raymond, 3182. 

Rood, H. W., 920. 

Roosevelt, Theodore, 947, 1472, 1782, 2004-2015,2020. 

Root, Elihu, 948. 

Rosa Blanca, mission of, 3169. 

Rosati, Bishop Joseph, 2583, 2589. 

Rosenbergcr, J. L., 1605. 

Rosenberger family, 1605. , 

Rosenberry, M. B., 2363. 

Rosewell, Va., 1668. 

Ross, Alexander, 1046. 

E. D., 2389. 

Margaret, 3059. 

Mary, 705. 

Rossville, N. Y., 2252. 
Rothensteiner, John, 2584. 
Rouch, Jules, 460-462. 
RouUet, Rfgis du, 306. 



Rouquctte, Adrion, 2H32. 

Rous«eau, B. G., 1108a. 

Roux-Para.ssac, Kmlle, 534. 

Rowe, L. S., 3203. 

Rowell, X. W., 2H89. 

Rowland. Dunbar, 921, 922, 1W5. 

Rowntrce, Hiram, 1185. 

Roxbury, Mass., marriage records, 2074. 

Roy, Caniillc, 2953, 2954. 

Egide, 3000. 

P. G., 2890, 2950, 2955-2903, 2970, 2990, 3006, 

3061-3070. 
Royal, Joseph, 3116. 
Royal governors, commissions and instructions to, 

1740, 538; controversies with their assemblies, 

540. See also Colonial governors. 
" Royal James," ship, 078. 
Royal military college at Kingston, Ont., 30S9. 
Royal society of Canada, 2882. 
Roys, R. L., 364. 
Roz, Firmin, 040, 909. 
Rubio y Moreno, Luis, 50. 
Rugg, A. P., 012. 

Earle, 129, 151. 

H. O., 102. 

Ruins, prehistoric, in Colorado, 212; in Hovenweep 

national park, 201; in Mexico, 351, 300, 372, 374, 

376. See also Antiquities, and Archaeological 

explorations. 
Rummcll, H. D., 535. 
Rune stone, Kensington, 441. 
Russ, C. II., 474. 
Russel, France, 152. 
Russell, Benjamin, 153. 

C. E., 3296. 

S. T., 1511. 

T. H., 1881. 

Russell, Mass., 2253. 

Russia, and the Spanish colonics, 1817-1818, 3l8l 

Rutgers family, 2083. 

Rutherford, M. L., 1047. 

Rutland, Vt., 1665. 

Ryan, C. F., 2158. 

D. J., 1555, 2016. 

Rye, N. Y., 993. 
Ryerse. G. J.. 3107. 

Sacramento, Cal., 1090. 

Sacrifice, human, 369. 

Safford, E. S., 2166. 

Safford family, 2166. 

Sailors, of Salem, Mass., 1331; Revolutionary, 799. 

Saint-C6saire, Que., 3041a. 

St. Christopher, West Indies. See St. Kitts. 

St. Clair, Fort, O., 1550. 

St. Cosme, Franfois-Buisson de, 717. 

St. Denis, Louis de, 1660. 

Saint Ferdinand, Mo., 1385. 

St. Ignace II, Huron village and mission, 2910. 

St. Joseph CO., Ind., 120S. 

Saint Joseph of Carondelet, congregation of, 2585. 

St. JuMen, Damaris de, 2260. 

St. Julien. battle of, 1915, 3013. 

St. Kitts, tercentenary of, 3211. 

St. Louis, Mo., Catholic cathedral at, 25S7; Catholic 
church in, 2584. 2587; commerce of, 2409; coming 
of the Jesuits to, 2570; early Catholic priest in, 
2574, 2576; Huron village of, 2910; Sisters of 
Mercy in, 2573. 



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St. Louis manual training school, 2694. 

St. Louis university, 2699. ♦ 

Saint-Maurice, Faucher de, 3064. 

St. Paul, Minn., 1363. 

St. Paul's Bay, Que., epidemic at, 1778, 3035. 

Saint-Real, J. R. Valliere de, 3068. 

Saint Sauveur, Mount Desert mission of, 1278. 

St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, 3229. 

Saint-Vallier, Mgr. de, 2965. 

Sale, E. T., 1677. 

Salem, Mass., 1312, 1338; and the War of 1812, 817 
Corwin house, 595, 596; early diarist of, 1793; 
forty years ago in, 1319; housefurnishings in, in 
1685, 596; shipping, 3200; ships and sailors of, 
1331; witch panic in, 603. 

Salley, A. S., jr., 167. 

Salmon, L. M., 153a, 153b. 

Saltonstall, Brayton, 291. 

Samoa, bibliography of, 34. 

San Bernardino valley, Calif., 1084. 

San Domingo, map of, 1516, 404; policy of the 
United States in regard to, 2311. 

San Francisco, Calif., 2399; in the early fifties, 
1090; Sisters of Mercy in, 2573. 

San Jacinto campaign, 1655. 

San Juan basin of Colorado, archaeology of, 211. 

San Juan de las Galdonas, mission of, 3169. 

San Pasquale, battle of, I846, 1108. 

Sand paintings, Navajo, 276. 

Sanders, J. U., 1406. 

Sandham, W. R., 1180. 

Sandwich, Mass., glass industry of, 1344. 

Sandwich Island mission press, 3286. 

Sandy Hook, N. J., 1452. 

Sanford, A. H., 517, 1748. 

E. C, 2716. 

Santa Barbara, Calif., 1097; mission, 1095, 1096. 

Santa F§, N. Mex., 1471. 

Santa Fe de Bogota, Audiencia de, 3174a. • 

Santander, Francisco de Paula, 3260, 3261, 3263. 

Santiago, naval battle at, 1898, 954. 

Santo Domingo, 3227, 3228; French in, 3227; French 
refugees from, 810. 

Sapir, Edward, 292. 

Sarcee pottery, 292, 297. 

Sargent, C. S., 2167. 

E. W., 2167. 

Sargent genealogy, 2167. 

Saskatchewan, Can., 3126; Catholic schools in, 3115. 

Satterlee, M. P., 1375a. 

Satterthwaite, T. E., 2083. 

Satterthwaite family, 2083. 

Saurel, Pierre de, 2920. 

Saurel, seigniory of, 2920. 

Sauers, C. G., 1199. 

Sauk Indians, 298, 299, 1734. 

Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., 1355a. 

Saunders, H. S., 2841. 

Savage, Sister Mary Lucida, 2585. 

Savannah, Ga., 1142, 1144. 

Savings bank, Greenwich, N. Y., 1484; New Bed- 
ford, Mass., 1295; New Hampshire, 1416. 

Sawtelle, W. O., 566, 1278, 1279. 

Sayles family, 2168. 

Scales, John, 1419, 2100. 

Scammon, J. Y., 2017. 

Scarsdale Manor, N. Y., 645. 

Schaaf, I. M., 2229, 2586. 



Schafer, Joseph, 51, 154, 155, 1749, 1750. 

Schafl, Morris, 915. 

Schaffalisky, Baron, 2984. 

Schalker, W. J. P. J., 25. 

Schenectady, N. Y., 2524. 

Schieber, C. E., 2327. 

Schlesinger, A. M., 62. 

Sigmund, 1030. 

Schmeckebier, L. F., 2422, 2423. 

Schmidt, J. C. L., 3190. 

L. B., 26, 2451. 

Schock, Hiram, 2523. 

Schoell, F. L., 2542. 

School books, old-time, 2670. 

School histories,. See Textbooks. 

School of American research, Santa Fe, 205. 

School system, French Canadian, 3060; of Water- 
town, Wis., 1756. 

Schools, Boston public, 2675; Catholic, 3115; free, 
in the colony of Maryland, 668; free, in the 
colony of Virginia, 678; Indiana, 1194, 1211; 
Iowa, county superintendent of, 1233; Lancas- 
terian, of the District of Columbia, 1134; Meth- 
odist missionary training school at Herkimer, 
N. Y., 1488; New England, 2677; New Jersey, 
2684; New York state, 2676; Oregon legislation, 
regarding, 1563; school for negro girls at Can- 
terbury, Conn., 2730; study and teaching of 
American history in, 58, 59, 67, 69, 80, 90, 94-98, 
102, 103, 112, 123, 127, 129, 135, 140, 146, 159, 161- 
165, 168, 171, 172, 174-177; western Canada, 3115. 

Schrader, F. F., 787. 

Schrantz, W. L., 1394. 

SchuUer, Rudolph, 442. 

Schultze, Ernest, 2467. 

Schuyler, R. L., 749, 2364. 

Schwarze, Edmund, 293. 

W. N., 660. 

Schwenkfelders, 1571. 

Schweppe, Emma, 151. 

Science, 2846-2861. See also Medicine, and Na- 
tional observatory. 

Scientific expedition to Spanish America, 2326, 3160. 

Scientists, 1784a, 1784b, 1786a-1786c, 1968-1974; 
early Philadelphia, 1607. 

Scisco, L. D., 2135. 

Scotch, clans and families represented in America, 
2065; faction in Montreal, 1822-1824, 1978; 
firm of ship-owners in Canada, 2979, 2987; in 
early Iowa, 1223; settlement in Nova Scotia, 
3024; settlers in Quebec, 3059. See also High- 
land regiments. 

Scotch Grove trail, 1223. 

Scotch-Irish, in colonial North Carolina, 697; in 
western Pennsylvania, 1579, 1601, 1614. 

Scotch-Irish theory, 1601. 

Scotch Plains, N. J., 1439. 

Scotland village, Pa., 1567. 

Scott, Dred, 839. 

H. A., 2966. 

H. E., 2029. 

J. B., 1786. 

J. W., 1540. 

L. M., 1056. 

R. M., 1048. 

Thomas, 3105. 

W. W., 689. 



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Scotto, C. C, 444, 

Scribner, publishing house of, 2560. 

Scribner's maKazinc, editor of, 2797, 2798. 

Sculpture, ancient Mexican, 321; Maya, 310; pre- 
historic, 333. 

Sea journals. New England, 1603-1800, 8. 

Sea policy, Hritish, 2323. 

Sea struggles, our early, 2279. 

Seabright, J. M., 2492. 

Seamen's union. International, 2505. 

Sears, L. M., 1979, 2391. 

Seattle, Wash., 1700. 

S6billot, P. Y., 970. 

Sebor family, 21G9. 

Secession, Alabama's convention, 1861, 882; causes 
of, 894, 2384; movement of 1850, 827; part played 
by the Democratic party in, 2385. 

Secessionville, S. C, battle of, 186/,, 936. 

Secrest, A. T., 2174. 

Secret society, Aztec, 307. 

Sedition, threatened prosecution of Hamilton for, 
811. 

See, A. P., 1818. 

Scelye, L. C, 2717. 

Seitz, D. C, 1120. 

Selby, M. J. S. (Mrs. Paul Selby), 1181, 1187. 

Seler, Edward, 357, 305, 300. 

Seler-Sachs, Caecilie, 305. 

Selkirk's Red River settlement, 1223. 
Selraa, Ala., siege and fall of, 1865, 886. 

Seminary, Andover theological, 2561; Protestant 
Episcopal theological, Alexandria, Va., 2629, 
2631. 
Senate, U. S., proceedings in, 180S-1807, 815; rela- 
tions between the President and, 2418. 
Seneca myths and folk tales, 282. 
Sergeant, E. S., 1470. 
Serrano, Luciano, 3194a. 
Seven years' war, 544. See also French and Indian 

war. 
Sewall, Frank, 2661. 

Henry, 2855a. 

Samuel, 605. 

Seward, W. F., 1512. 

Sewell, M. D., 1776. 

"Shabbona," Pottawattoraie chief, 235. 

ShafTer, J. M., 1899. 

Shambaugh, B. F., 150, 157, 992, 994, 1207, 1230. 

B. M. H., 1231, 1232. 

Shannon, M. A. S., 2703. 

"Shannon," capture of the "Chesapeake," 1813, 

824. 
Sharpies, James, 2707. 
Shattuck, F. C, 52. 
Shaw, C. R., 2718. 

E. R., 1944. 

J. H., 1280. 

James, 1889, 1940. 

L. M., 1857. 

W. B., 1751, 2492a. 

Shawnee Indian lands in Kansas, 1254. 

Sheafe family, 2083. 

Sheffield family, 2079. 

Sheffield scientific school, 2727. 

Shelburne co., N. S., 3017. 

Shelby, C. C, 1060. 

Shelby's expedition to Mexico, 1865, 803. 

Sheldon, A. E., 719. 



Shelton, K. H., 1006. 

William, 294. 

Shenandoah co., Va., 2267. 

Shenandoah valley, Civil war in, 868. 

Khepard, Charles, 2068, 2248. 

Shepherd, A. K., 1124. 

Shei)herdstown, battle of, 1862, 898. 

Sheppcrd, J. H., IMl. 

Sherburne lyccurn, 1320. 

Sherman, F. F., 2002, 2769. 

J. J., 12.33. 

William, 2170. 

Sherman, New York, 1513. 

Sherman genealogy, 2170. 

Sherrill, S. H., 982. 

Sherwood, E. J., 22. 

II. N., 1820. 

I. R., 92:i. 

Shetek, Lake, massacre at, 254. 

Shetrone, il. C, 225. 

Shiloh, battle of, 1862, 880. 

Shimer, II. D., 2524. 

Ship casualties of the World war, 972. 

Ship building, in Canada, 2979, 2*>87; of Medford, 
Mass., 1311. 

Shipping, of Dauvers, Ma.ss., 2494; on the Great 
Lakes, 3097. 

Ships, Es.sex co., Mass., captured by foreign powers, 
1793-1813, 1308; foreign, at Newport, R. I., 
17U-i745, 620; New England, in the expedition 
against Louisbourg, 1745, ■'iOO; of Danvers, 
Mass., 1337; of Medford, Mass., 1311; of old 
Salem, 1331; old-time clipper, 2475a. 

Shipwrecks, off Block Island, 173S, 615; on Lake 
Michigan, 2487; on the Great Lakes, in 1800, 
1053. 

Shoemaker, F. C, 132, 158, 1395. 
H. W., 555. 

Short, L. M., 2424. 
William, 1959. 

Short story, development of, 2786. 

Shortridge, W. P., 924. 
Shortt, Adam, 2891. 
Shoshonean Indians, 285. 
Shot well, W. G., 925. 
Shrewsbury, Mass., 2254. 
Shrines, Pilgrims, 586. 
Shryock, R. H., 159. 
Shuler, N. R., 2377. 
Shutter, M. D., 1376. 
Sibley, H. W., 2018. 

Hiram, 2018. 

Sierra Nevada, first crossing of, 479. 

Sihler, E. G., 2734. 

Siloam, N. J., 2255. 

Silver, D. M., 295. 

Simcoe, Lt. Gor. J. G., 3095; correspondence of, 

3082. 
Sirapich, Frederick, 1395. 
Simpson, W. O., 1776. 
Sims, Thomas, 837. 
Simsbury, Conn.. 2203. 
Sioussat, St. G. L., 160. 
Sioux City, la., 101. 
Sioux Indians, 241, 254, 290, 302; in Wyoming, 1765; 

outbreak of 1802, 1044. 
Sisterhood, in Quebec, 3032. 



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Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati, O., 2578. 
Sisters of Mercy in the United States, 2573. 
Sites. See Historic sites. 
Skinner, Alanson, 296-299. 
Skirven, P. G., 669. 
Slave, fugitive, seized in Boston, 1327. 
Slave trade, 3200. 

Slavery, 835-843; and the Kansas struggle, 1250; Em- 
erson's attitude toward, 2801 ; in New France, 
2952; in Upper Canada, 3104; Methodist church 
and, 2613. See also Fugitive slave law, and 
Kansas-Nebraska bill. 
Sliger, J. E., 926. 
Slogans of the navy, 2301. 
Smedberg family, 2171. 
Smibert, John, 2768. 
Smillie, E. E., 2892. 
Smith, C. A., 2830. 

C. H. E.,3108. 

C. J., 1690. 

C. L., 2468. 

C. W., 1709. 

D. E.H., 1639. 

D. H., 2425, 2426. 

E. B., 162, 1514. 

E. E., 1691. 

E. F., 1607. 

E. P., 163. 

E. U., 2172. 

F. E., 1049. 

F. D., 2024, 2365, 2366. 

H. A., 2427. 

H. H., 300, 2650. 

H. I., 225, 226. 

J. S., 478,479. 

Jonathan, 788. 

L. M., 2619. 

P. T., 1206. 

R. C, 2300. 

W. A., 1529. 

W. L., 3109. 

W. W., 2625. 

Smith college, 2717. 
Smith family, 2078, 2172. 

Smithsonian institution, archaeological explora- 
tions of, 227. 
Smithville, Ont., 3100. 
Smyth, S. G., 2186. 
Snake river region, 1057. 
Suavely, T. R., 2028. 
Snedaker, Mabel, 151. 
Snider, C. H. J., 824. 
Snohomish Indians, 294. 
Snow, Elliot, 1858. 

L. P., 1420. 

Snyder, H. P., 536. 

Social and economic history: agriculture, forestry 
and land, 2445-2452; commerce and industry, 
2453-2470; communication, transportation and 
public works, 2471-2496; finance and money, 
2497-2504; general, 2442-2444; labor, 2505-2509; 
libraries, societies and institutions, 2510-2524; 
life and manners, 2525-2529; of Iowa, 1226; of 
Tennessee, 1645; philanthropy and social wel- 
fare, 2530-2533; population and race elements, 
2534-2543; printing and publishing, 2544-2560. 
See also Harmonist movement, and Industrial 
welfare. 



Social history, American, as recorded by British 

travellers, 480. 
Social science teachers' association of southern 

California, 164. 
Social sciences, instruction in, 67, 93. 
Social studies, 94, 102, 103, 112, 175; in California 
schools, 164; in elementary and secondary 
schools, 150, 151; in New York state, 163; in the 
schools of Colorado, 162. 
Social studies. National council for, 91. 
Social welfare, 2530-2533. 
Societies, historical. See Historical societies. 
Societies and institutions, 2518-2524; American 
antiquarian society, 1793; an Iowa dramatic 
association, 1221; Massachusetts medical society, 
1299. 
Society, American, from Washington's day to 

Harding's, 480. See also Life and Manners. 
Society for the propagation of the gospel in foreign 

parts, 43a. 
Society of the Cincinnati, 795b. 
Society of the Holy Child Jesus, 2644. 
Society of the sons of Saint George, 2520. 
Soissons, battle of, 1918, 977. 
Solar compass, inventor of, 1803. 
Soldiers, Revolutionary. See Revolutionary sol- 
diers. 
Solis de Meras, Qonzalo, 1138. 
Somers Islands, descriptive and historical account 

of, 3206; tobacco trade, 3205. 
Somerset academy, 1693. 
Somerset co., N. J., 1460. 
Sompayrac, P. A., 1795. 
Songs, Indian, 247. See also Music. 
Sonoma, Cal., 1112. 
Sonora, Spanish missions of, 715. 
Sons of the American revolution, Kentucky so- 
ciety, 165. 
Sontag, R. J., 166. 
Sorenson, Alfred, 1411. 
Soule, Benjamin, 2173. 
Soulg, Pierre, 2019. 
Soule geneology, 2173. 

Sources and documents, 1763-178S, 722-745; British, 
of the Canadian war of 1812, 2996; early history 
of New York state, 643; French period in Can- 
ada, 2950; history of the Old Northwest, 819, 
1024; New York colonial history, 626; Ontario, 
1789-1793, 3082; relating to New Spain, 3166; 
relating to the Philippines, 1524-1529, 3292; 
Revolutionary, 27, 722-745. See also Diaries, 
Manuscripts, and Records of the past. 
South, place in history, 1047; Washington's tour 
in, 1791, 475; work for a united, 1828 to 1860, 
1638. See also Confederate states of America. 
South America, 3230-3284; aboriginal period, 314, 
315, 328, 338, 345, 353, 355, 356, 362, 363, 365, 
373. 
South American independence, centennial of, 3141 . 
See also Spanish America, Revolutionary period. 
South Bristol, Me., 1275. 

South Carolina, 1632-1641; bibliography, 6: brigade 
in the battle of Gettysburg, 850: colonial history, 
82, 698-701, 705; Court of ordinary, records, 
1764-1771, 2257; educational efforts of th^Freed- 
men's bureau of, 1862-1872, 2680; French in- 
trusions in, 1577-1580, 705; genealogy, vital 
records, etc., 2256-22